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P1,M1.D1-Early reading and writing experiences that support

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Transcript of P1,M1.D1-Early reading and writing experiences that support

Fine and Gross motor skills
Which of the activities that you have identified support the development of fine or/and gross motor skills?
Fine/Gross motor skills
Fine motor skills-
Control of the smaller muscles - such as fingers

Gross motor skills-
Control of the larger muscles- such as arms and legs
Story Stack
Continue with the creation of your Story Sack.
Further research
Phonemes
Grapheme
Synthetic phonics
Analytical phonics
Whole Language/apprenticship
P1,M1.D1-Early reading and writing experiences that support literacy development
Doreen Clark
Activities that support reading skills
Activities that support writing skills
Complete spider graphs for each
Green highlighter for for fine motor skills
Blue highlighter for gross motor skills
Choose one of the activities from your spider graph and describe the features of it.
Now evaluate how effective the activity is in supporting children's early literacy skills
(reading and writing)
Feedback to your peers
Include in your evaluation:
How it supports a language rich environment
How it supports phonic awareness ( linking sounds and letters)
How it supports mark making
How it supports recognising and understanding of simple sentences
How it engages children's interest and curiosity in books and written materials.
How it links to the EYFS and Early Years Outcomes ( supporting childrens learning and development )
Present to your peers with an evaluation of its effectiveness of:
How it supports a language rich environment
How it supports phonic awareness ( linking sounds and letters)
How it supports mark making
How it supports recognising and understanding of simple sentences
How it engages children's interest and curiosity in books and written materials.
How it links to the EYFS and Early Years Outcomes ( supporting childrens learning and development )
Give a description and example for each
Aim
Understand children's literacy development
Objectives
P1-
Describe experiences and activities that support early reading and writing skills
M1
-Discuss the role of early reading and writing experiences in children literacy development, using examples
D1
-Evaluate the effectiveness of a range of early reading and writing experiences in meeting childrens literacy development
You will be videotaped as evidence for your assingment
Aim
Understand children's literacy development
Objectives
P1-
Describe experiences and activities that support early reading and writing skills
M1
-Discuss the role of early reading and writing experiences in children literacy development, using examples
D1
-Evaluate the effectiveness of a range of early reading and writing experiences in meeting childrens literacy development
Preparing for your assingment
You must produce a PowerPoint with detailed development notes as evidence for your assignment
Ensure you include:
Examples of experiences and activities that support children's early reading and writing skills
( Activities, methods of supporting literacy skills, language-rich environment)
Reference to the EYFS prime area of literacy learning and the Early Learning goals for Literacy.
Dont forget to also use your example of the Story Sack activity that you created and presented

Remember to take note of the BTEC assessment terms.
P1- Describe
M1- Discuss
D1- Evaluate
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