Child Development Snapshot Mrs. VanHoose



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Child Development Snapshot

Mrs. VanHoose

Day

Date

M-F

Daily Learning Target

Agenda –

Congruent Tasks

Formative Assessment


1

8/13

W

I can summarize topics studied in Child Development 7-Adolescence.

Class Syllabus

Letter to Parents

Hall Passes

Student Info Card



BR: What are three things you are hoping to learn about in this course?

2

8/14

T

I can summarize topics studied in Child Development 7-Adolescence.

Get to Know You Activity

Syllabus Review Activity

#3 Letter to Mrs. VanHoose


BR: What supplies do you need for this course? When are your class supplies due?


3

8/15

F

I can summarize topics studied in Child Development 7-Adolescence.


Expectation Quiz

KOSSA Tracking Sheet

*Parent Letter Due!


BR: What is the benefit and purpose of writing goals?


Unit 1: Preschoolers

4

8/18

M

I can examine and analyze how preschoolers develop physically.

Funny 4 Year Old Video - Alex

Working with Children Journal

#1 Physical Development of Preschoolers PPT & Guided Notes

#2 Peter and Abel’s Growth – Math Activity

Vocabulary Matrix

Work on Developmental Matrix



BR: What did you learn from our toddler panel?
Developmental Matrix

5

8/19

T

I can examine and analyze how preschoolers develop intellectually.

#3 Intellectual Development of Preschoolers & Guided Notes

Thinking Further (on PPT)- Turn in as Exit Slip

Bilingual Preschool Video – ONLY SHOW FIRST 2 MINUTES

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8LWHM6QiJE

Bilingual Development Plan



BR: Which organ is the slowest in maturation?
Chapter 15 Questions

6

8/20


W

I can design an activity plan to enable preschool bilingualism.

Bilingual Development Plan




7

8/21

T

I can design an activity plan to enable preschool bilingualism.

Bilingual Development Plan




8

8/22

F

I can examine and analyze how preschoolers develop socially and emotionally.

#4 Social Emotional Development of Preschoolers

Pre-School Test For You & Discussion

#5 Early Education Article & Reading Assessment


BR: What is egocentrism?
Article Assessment

9

8/25

M

I can compare effective guidelines for effective parent discipline.







10

8/26

T

I can determine how play impacts learning and development.

#6 Story Time PPT & Guided Notes

Children’s Book Evaluation (the end of PPT)

Public Librarian Guest Speaker?

#7 Reading is Fun Project – Computer Lab/Library


BR: Describe Erikson’s “Initiative vs. Guilt” concept.
Children’s Book Evaluation

11

8/27

W

I can plan developmentally appropriate learning activities for preschoolers.

#7 Reading is Fun Project – Computer Lab/Library

BR: What are the three effective story-telling techniques?

Participation/Discussion



12

8/28

T

I can plan developmentally appropriate learning activities for preschoolers.

#7 Reading is Fun Project - Presentations & Peer Assessment

BR: What are the five categories of traditional literature?

Reading is Fun Project Presentation



13

8/29

F

I can determine how play impacts learning and development.

#7 Reading is Fun Project – Presentations & Peer Assessment

Guiding Play PPT & Personal Notes



BR: Explain what you think it means to “guide play”

Why do you think guided play would be important to a child?



14

9/2

T

I can thoroughly explain topics studied in Child Development 0-6 years.


Wrap Up

#8 Preschoolers Review Questions




BR: What is the difference between Modern Fantasy and Realistic Fiction?

Unit #4 Review



15

9/3

W










Unit 2: School-Age Children

16

9/4

T

I can examine and analyze how school-age children develop physically.

#1 School-Age Children PPT (1-11) w/

Guided Notes

#2 School Age Physical Development Chart

#3 Give a Pep Talk Activity



BR: What ages do you think “school-age” refers to? List 3 changes that children face during these years.

17

9/5

F

I can examine and analyze how school-age children develop intellectually.

#1 School-Age Children PPT (12-30)

#4 Planning Intellectually Appropriate Activities As students present their activities to class, compile a list on board and discuss why they would be appropriate/successful activities or not.

#5 School Age Intellectual Development Exit Slip


BR: What are the first permanent teeth that come in called?

Why are muscles easily injured during 7-12 years of age?



18

9/8

M

I can examine and analyze how school-age children develop emotionally.

#1 School-Age Children PPT (31-39)

#6 Keys to Communication

#7 Developmental Areas of School Age Children Pamphlet

#8 Self-Concept Poster Information Teacher Reference



BR: Define concrete. Explain the concept of formal operations.

19

9/9

T

I can examine and analyze how school-age children develop socially.

#7 Developmental Areas of School Age Children Pamphlet

BR: Explain Erikson’s fourth stage of development.

20

9/10

W

I can analyze and apply the Kentucky School Readiness Indicators when preparing children for the transition to school

#9 First Day of School PPT w/ Guided Notes

#10 KY School Readiness Indicators

Review document as a class and hold discussion

#11 School Readiness Planning Activity

BR: What are three purposes that peer groups serve?


21

9/11

T

I can compare effective guidance techniques for school-age children.

#12 Developing Guidance Skills PPT & Personal Notes

Guidance Questions & Skit Activity (on PPT)



BR: What are three things that parents and caregivers can do to help their children transition in to successful students?

22

9/12

F

I can outline guidelines for effective parent discipline.

#13 Positive Guidance and Discipline PPT & Guided Notes

#14 School Age Lesson Planning Activity



BR: What are three outcomes that teachers and parents can hope to achieve from effective guidance?

23

9/15

M

I can plan developmentally appropriate learning activities for school-age children.

#14 School Age Lesson Planning Activity

BR: Explain the differences between natural consequences and logical consequences.

24

9/16

T

I can summarize topics studied in Unit 2 of CD 7-Adolescence.


Unit 2 Study Guide




25

9/17

W




Unit 2 Test

No Bellringer –Use this time to review!

Unit #3 Health and Safety

26

9/18

T




Get to Know You

Review Material

Binder Expectations


BR: What are two activities you have really enjoyed thus? Explain one concept you feel that you have a good understanding of because of this class.

27

9/19

F




Unit 2 Test

BR: What are two things you are hoping to learn this semester?

28

9/23

T

I can assess the effects of abuse and neglect on children and families.

#1 Child Abuse Pre-Quiz

#2 Child Abuse PPT & Guided Notes

#3 Child Advocacy Project





29

9/24

W

I can assess the effects of abuse and neglect on children and families.

#3 Child Advocacy Project

#4 Child Abuse Article & Reflection

** Extra Credit – Child Abuse Articles





30

9/25

T

I can discuss how to prepare for the possibility of a fire.

Fire Department Guest Speaker

#5 Fire Safety Plan






31

9/26

F

I can discuss effective ways to care for and comfort a sick child.

#6 Identifying and Treating Disease PPT w/ Chart

Illness Activity on PPT

#7 Illness Quiz





32

9/29

M

I can identify rescue techniques to use in life-threatening situations.

Rescue Techniques w/ CPR Video – Prezi

Discuss difference b/t child & infant CPR

#8 Section Review



33


9/30

T

I can outline causes, symptoms, and treatment of childhood allergies and asthma.

#9 Asthma Discussion/Personal Notes

#10 Allergy Investigation & Discussion – Lab






34

10/1

W

I can outline the steps to follow in an emergency situation.

#11 Guidelines for Fast Action PPT w/ Chart

Review Questions (on PPT)



Accident Report (on PPT)




35

10/2

T

I can summarize topics studied in Unit 3 of CD 7- Adolescence.

Unit 3 Review Game




36

10/3

F

I can summarize topics studied in Unit 3 of CD 7- Adolescence.

Review Unit #3




37

10/6


M

I can summarize topics studied in Unit 3 of CD 7- Adolescence.

Unit #3 Test




Unit #4The Exceptional Child

38

10/7

T

I can describe methods of identifying exceptional children.

Dyslexia




39

10/8

W

I can compare different types of disabilities.

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome




40

10/9

T

I can explain current approaches to education for children with special needs.

Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder




41

10/10

F

I can identify traits typically exhibited gifted children.

Speech and Language Impairment


42


10/20

M

I can develop appropriate techniques for interacting with exceptional children.

Mental retardation




43

10/21

T

I can recommend ways to help children and adolescents cope with family challenges.

Serious Emotional Disturbances




44

10/22

W

I can summarize what types of help are available to families raising children with special needs.

Autism




45

10/23

T




Hearing and Visual Impairment




46

10/24

F




Physical Disability and Down Syndrome




47

10/27


M

I can summarize topics studied in Unit 4 of CD 7- Adolescence.

Unit Review




48

10/28

T

I can summarize topics studied in Unit 4 of CD 7- Adolescence.

Unit Test




Unit #5 Careers – Child Care Facilities

49

10/29

W

I can investigate careers found within the Early Childhood Education Career Major.







50

10/30

T

I can investigate careers found within the Early Childhood Education Career Major.







51

10/31

F

I can evaluate various methods of gathering information about careers.





52

11/3

M

I can assess which career skills are needed for success in any workplace.







53

11/5

W

I can comparedifferent levels of jobs and the education and training required for each.

Review for Final




54

11/6

T

I can compare different ways to find job openings.

Final




55

11/7

F

I can explain the Commonwealth Child Care Credential and CDA opportunities.

Final







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