Session 3
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After you have completed session 3, you should be able to:

  • List the five outcomes identified in Every Child Matters.
  • Identify good practice in providing a hygienic environment for children.
  • Explain the importance of a healthy diet for children.
(0) glossary >

Glossary for Session 3           some difficult words from today’s session

 

word

definition

example

1

Legislation

Laws.

There is new legislation regarding childcare.

2

Circumstances

A fact or condition.

The children have done well given  their home circumstances.

3

Economic

relating to economics or the economy

The teachers have to be very economic with the resources and make them last all week.

4

Thrive

To grow or develop well

The child was thriving on his new diet.

5

Engaged

Busy or occupied

The children were completely engaged in the game.

6

Peers

A person who is the same age group or circumstances.

The child had developed as well as his peers had.

7

Committed

Very interested or believes in a certain thing

The government is committed to the Every Child Matters policy.

8

Tripled

Three times the quantity, quality or strength.

The levels of obesity have tripled in the last ten years.

9

Rapid

Very fast.

The progress of the class was rapid.

10

Prone

Likely or liable to do something.

The boy is prone to causing trouble in class.

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Sequencing

In a particular order that related things come in .

The games in the class were sequenced to develop particular skills.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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(1) Every Child Matters >
(2) food groups >
(3) healthy eating >
(4) how much is 'five a day' >
(5) stay safe >
(6) hygiene >
(7) hand washing >
(8) stages of eating development >
(9) snack time >
(10) spell >
(11) word wall >
(12) evaluation >
 
Stephen Woulds Sep 2010 Leeds City College.

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