Plagiarism

Anonymous
timer Asked: Nov 7th, 2017
account_balance_wallet $15

Question description

In a paragraph, define "plagiarism" (10 points), and discuss two (2) ways to avoid plagiarism in your writing (10 points each). (Possible total of 30 point for #11)

Running head: CAREERS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Heather Sparks AC1706354 Assignment 8_08 E01.V.6.1 Careers in Early Childhood Education 1 CAREERS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 2 Careers in Early Childhood Education Part A: Core Knowledge Core Knowledge is one of the fundamental aspects of learning for the children in the kindergarten. To make the children knowledgeable on various areas, there must be objectives set for the process. The objectives include understanding of the environment, naming and identification of objects and people, and understanding the uses of things. I would make various adaptations on the curriculum and the environment to reach the goal of instilling knowledge in the children. Some of the adaptations will include taking practical walk in the surrounding while asking the children to name the items they see and to identify things from their names. This will take the form of asking the children what they can see in the given environment and asking them to identify something from a particular description or name. The children will be required to give brief responses on what they perceive of the things on the given environment (Lillard, 1972). Further modification will take the form of bringing actual items to the class room for the students to identify or name them, state their uses and how they are used. This will enable the children to have a practical understanding of the items they use and to trigger thinking by the use of ordinary things they see and encounter in their daily lives. I would also bring competitive sessions where the children would demonstrate their knowledge of the issues discussed in class. This is meant to encourage the children to know more about the issues discussed and to be free to use their knowledge whenever it is required. I would carry out the learning session in stages. The first stage will be getting out of the class room to the nearby environs for the naming and identification process. The second stage will be stating the uses of the things considered in the naming and identification process taken, the children will also be required to explain the uses of the things considered. The last stage will involve a competitive reminder session where the children will be required to demonstrate what they have learnt and understood from the prior sessions. They will engage in a competitive answering of questions and explanation based on what they have been taken through in the former sessions. CAREERS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 3 Part B Technology helps students to understand the idea of a system. In a learning environment, I will organize three sessions aimed at making the children understand the idea of a system. These sessions will be aimed at making the children understand that certain things interrelated and operate as an integral whole. The students will be made to understand the need to have certain things put together for them to work properly and efficiently. Student learning will be prepared by organizing practical sessions aimed at demonstrating to the students the need to have things put together. The students will be made to appreciate the need to complement each other just as the objects used in illustrating the idea of a system. The session will involve use of objects and materials for purposes of practical demonstration. The session will also involve active participation of the students by engaging them in giving examples of things that must be together to work properly for the demonstration of the idea of a system. Other illustrations not done by objects will be practical life situations and the human body. That will engage in a session of practical combination of objects to make them work. This part of the session will be done by the use of Lincoln logs. The students will be required to use the Lincoln logs to come up with structures and objects (Torrence, 1993). They will be required to write down the number of logs used to come up with the strictures. This can be done before the actual construction. They will further be required to remove certain key pillars of the structures made by them and observe what happens to the structures they made. The students will be asked to give reasons as to why the structure gets broken down or collapses when certain logs are removed from it. Another illustration will be done by the human body. This will take the form of asking the students questions on the functions of various parts of the human body and what could probably happen when the specific parts of the body do not perform the functions as identified by the students/children. Understanding of the key concepts will be assessed by asking questions to the students on the issues discussed. Questions will be asked as presentations are made. Much of the presentation CAREERS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 4 will be done by asking the students to answer questions on the issue at hand (Torrence, 1993). The session will also involve the student’s active participation as much as possible. This will take the form of creative constructions using the Lincoln logs among others. At the end of the session, that will test orally on the issues covered in the completed sessions. Part C Manual and Damien Case Damien is upset by the fact that his shovel has been taken by Manual. He is annoyed but does not know how to react or solve the problem. I would use the give word to feelings strategy to help Damien overcome the situation; this will take the form of asking him a question on what he feels and what needs to be done if the shovel is returned to him. I would return the shovel to him and give Manuel another shovel. After that, I would ask Damien how he feels after his shovel has been returned to him. I would encourage Damien to pursue his healthy way of coping to issues like the one he is disturbed with. This will be encouraging him to take part in another better game that does not involve a shovel. This will enable him to understand that he can cope without the shovel even, if it was taken by Manuel. Latoya’s Case Latoya is suffering from lack of confidence. She is timid and shy. I would use the strategy of giving word to feelings and the strategy of finding emotional triggers to make her speak out what’s troubling her and what she wants. I would let her suggest the way in which she can be made comfortable and ask her to pursue it. I would also use the strategy of encouragement to pursue her personal way of coping. This will be meant to make her participate in activities she likes. Tommy’s case Tommy is suffering from indecisiveness. In Tommy’s case, I would ask him to compare both options and choose the one that appears the safest for him, the one that develops him CAREERS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 5 further. I would ask him questions on how he feels about both options and his interest in both. I will then provide simple guidance on the benefits of each of the options. Part D Core values, ideals, and principles of an educator Some of the core values of a person of a tutor for taking preschool programs and in early childhood education include: appreciation of childhood as an essential stage of development, enhancement of the parental bond with the , promotion of societal influence for development of the , appreciation of the unique qualities of members of the family, promotion of trust, and respect for the exploitation of personal abilities. A tutor for early childhood programs is required to be of certain ideals. These include: familiarity with childhood care and education, initiate programs aimed at improving child education and development, appreciate the need to offer support to the and consider their special uniqueness, create an environment conducive for child development, and encourage the use of appropriate assessment techniques, work alongside families to enhance the development of the (NAYEC). The principles of an educator include: never to deny parents access to the class rooms of their children except in exceptional circumstances, offering explanations to parents on the learning programs and mode of delivery, involving parents in policy issues, inform the parents the nature and importance of the programs, involve the families in critical decisions and consider the special information families give about their . CAREERS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION References Lillard, P. (1972). Montessori, a modern approach. New York: Schocken. The National Association for the Education of Young (NAEYC) Code of Ethical Conduct. Retrieved from: (http://www.naeyc.org/files/naeyc/file/positions/PSETH05.pdf Torrence, M. (1993). "From percept to concept: The sensorial path to knowledge." Montessori LIFE. 6
Running head: CAREERS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Heather Sparks AC1706354 Assignment 8_08 E01.V.6.1 Careers in Early Childhood Education 1 CAREERS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 2 Careers in Early Childhood Education Part A: Core Knowledge Core Knowledge is one of the fundamental aspects of learning for the children in the kindergarten. To make the children knowledgeable on various areas, there must be objectives set for the process. The objectives include understanding of the environment, naming and identification of objects and people, and understanding the uses of things. I would make various adaptations on the curriculum and the environment to reach the goal of instilling knowledge in the children. Some of the adaptations will include taking practical walk in the surrounding while asking the children to name the items they see and to identify things from their names. This will take the form of asking the children what they can see in the given environment and asking them to identify something from a particular description or name. The children will be required to give brief responses on what they perceive of the things on the given environment (Lillard, 1972). Further modification will take the form of bringing actual items to the class room for the students to identify or name them, state their uses and how they are used. This will enable the children to have a practical understanding of the items they use and to trigger thinking by the use of ordinary things they see and encounter in their daily lives. I would also bring competitive sessions where the children would demonstrate their knowledge of the issues discussed in class. This is meant to encourage the children to know more about the issues discussed and to be free to use their knowledge whenever it is required. I would carry out the learning session in stages. The first stage will be getting out of the class room to the nearby environs for the naming and identification process. The second stage will be stating the uses of the things considered in the naming and identification process taken, the children will also be required to explain the uses of the things considered. The last stage will involve a competitive reminder session where the children will be required to demonstrate what they have learnt and understood from the prior sessions. They will engage in a competitive answering of questions and explanation based on what they have been taken through in the former sessions. CAREERS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 3 Part B Technology helps students to understand the idea of a system. In a learning environment, I will organize three sessions aimed at making the children understand the idea of a system. These sessions will be aimed at making the children understand that certain things interrelated and operate as an integral whole. The students will be made to understand the need to have certain things put together for them to work properly and efficiently. Student learning will be prepared by organizing practical sessions aimed at demonstrating to the students the need to have things put together. The students will be made to appreciate the need to complement each other just as the objects used in illustrating the idea of a system. The session will involve use of objects and materials for purposes of practical demonstration. The session will also involve active participation of the students by engaging them in giving examples of things that must be together to work properly for the demonstration of the idea of a system. Other illustrations not done by objects will be practical life situations and the human body. That will engage in a session of practical combination of objects to make them work. This part of the session will be done by the use of Lincoln logs. The students will be required to use the Lincoln logs to come up with structures and objects (Torrence, 1993). They will be required to write down the number of logs used to come up with the strictures. This can be done before the actual construction. They will further be required to remove certain key pillars of the structures made by them and observe what happens to the structures they made. The students will be asked to give reasons as to why the structure gets broken down or collapses when certain logs are removed from it. Another illustration will be done by the human body. This will take the form of asking the students questions on the functions of various parts of the human body and what could probably happen when the specific parts of the body do not perform the functions as identified by the students/children. Understanding of the key concepts will be assessed by asking questions to the students on the issues discussed. Questions will be asked as presentations are made. Much of the presentation CAREERS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 4 will be done by asking the students to answer questions on the issue at hand (Torrence, 1993). The session will also involve the student’s active participation as much as possible. This will take the form of creative constructions using the Lincoln logs among others. At the end of the session, that will test orally on the issues covered in the completed sessions. Part C Manual and Damien Case Damien is upset by the fact that his shovel has been taken by Manual. He is annoyed but does not know how to react or solve the problem. I would use the give word to feelings strategy to help Damien overcome the situation; this will take the form of asking him a question on what he feels and what needs to be done if the shovel is returned to him. I would return the shovel to him and give Manuel another shovel. After that, I would ask Damien how he feels after his shovel has been returned to him. I would encourage Damien to pursue his healthy way of coping to issues like the one he is disturbed with. This will be encouraging him to take part in another better game that does not involve a shovel. This will enable him to understand that he can cope without the shovel even, if it was taken by Manuel. Latoya’s Case Latoya is suffering from lack of confidence. She is timid and shy. I would use the strategy of giving word to feelings and the strategy of finding emotional triggers to make her speak out what’s troubling her and what she wants. I would let her suggest the way in which she can be made comfortable and ask her to pursue it. I would also use the strategy of encouragement to pursue her personal way of coping. This will be meant to make her participate in activities she likes. Tommy’s case Tommy is suffering from indecisiveness. In Tommy’s case, I would ask him to compare both options and choose the one that appears the safest for him, the one that develops him CAREERS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 5 further. I would ask him questions on how he feels about both options and his interest in both. I will then provide simple guidance on the benefits of each of the options. Part D Core values, ideals, and principles of an educator Some of the core values of a person of a tutor for taking preschool programs and in early childhood education include: appreciation of childhood as an essential stage of development, enhancement of the parental bond with the , promotion of societal influence for development of the , appreciation of the unique qualities of members of the family, promotion of trust, and respect for the exploitation of personal abilities. A tutor for early childhood programs is required to be of certain ideals. These include: familiarity with childhood care and education, initiate programs aimed at improving child education and development, appreciate the need to offer support to the and consider their special uniqueness, create an environment conducive for child development, and encourage the use of appropriate assessment techniques, work alongside families to enhance the development of the (NAYEC). The principles of an educator include: never to deny parents access to the class rooms of their children except in exceptional circumstances, offering explanations to parents on the learning programs and mode of delivery, involving parents in policy issues, inform the parents the nature and importance of the programs, involve the families in critical decisions and consider the special information families give about their . CAREERS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION References Lillard, P. (1972). Montessori, a modern approach. New York: Schocken. The National Association for the Education of Young (NAEYC) Code of Ethical Conduct. Retrieved from: (http://www.naeyc.org/files/naeyc/file/positions/PSETH05.pdf Torrence, M. (1993). "From percept to concept: The sensorial path to knowledge." Montessori LIFE. 6

Tutor Answer

University of Virginia

hello, kindly find the attached completed work. Thank You.

Insert surname 1

Student’s name
Professor’s name
Course title
Date
Plagiarism and ways to avoid it
According to Chamon, Wallace, and Paulo EC Dantas, 2016, Plagiarism is the act of
taking someone’s else work or idea and passing it off as one's work. It involves using another
person’s production without giving it a proper source of credit. Plagiarism can be in the form of
presenting an idea or source as new while in the real sense it was derived from an existing
source. According to the law of, the expression of a new concept is considered to be an
intellectual property which is protected by patent and copyright laws just like any other modern
invention. Also, plagiarism can be in the form using videos, music, and images without rece...

flag Report DMCA
Review

Anonymous
Totally impressed with results!! :-)

Similar Questions
Hot Questions
Related Tags

Brown University





1271 Tutors

California Institute of Technology




2131 Tutors

Carnegie Mellon University




982 Tutors

Columbia University





1256 Tutors

Dartmouth University





2113 Tutors

Emory University





2279 Tutors

Harvard University





599 Tutors

Massachusetts Institute of Technology



2319 Tutors

New York University





1645 Tutors

Notre Dam University





1911 Tutors

Oklahoma University





2122 Tutors

Pennsylvania State University





932 Tutors

Princeton University





1211 Tutors

Stanford University





983 Tutors

University of California





1282 Tutors

Oxford University





123 Tutors

Yale University





2325 Tutors