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byu cooking class

byu cooking class

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School: Brigham Young University - Idaho
Department: Engineering
Course: Curriculum for Young Children
Professor: Hannah pottle
Term: Spring 2017
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Cost: 50
Name: CHILD 230 Final
Description: Copy of the actual exam we were given
Uploaded: 04/12/2017
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Why is cooking an inviting activity for the children in the classroom?




(worth 6 pts) From either the reading or class lecture what are 2 ways that teachers can help children connect with nature?




(worth 2 pts) What four categories can language arts be divided into?



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Please complete this exam and hand it in class April 5th. NO LATE WORK WILL BE  ACCEPTED. If you would like to hand it in earlier that would be great (and I would greatly  appreciate it!). As you complete the exam please type the number of the question that  you are answering and use full and complete sentences. Emailed copies will NOT be  accepted. Please hand in your exam with your I# rather than your name.  Please answer the following questions: 1. (worth 10 pts) Select three items from the following italicized list. Decide one activity  that could be done with the items and tell me (1) title for the activity, (2) what  curriculum area it fits (math, science, art, etc.), (3) activity description, (4) activity  objective (remember both parts of the objective). Playdough, tinker toys, pipe cleaners, large plastic buttons, tanagrams, small colorful  plastic animals, letter shaped beads, and plastic foods. 2. (worth 6 pts) In the lecture on MUSIC, I gave you specific ways that music is  integrative. Please list 4 of them and explain why. 3. (worth 2 pts) What four categories can language arts be divided into? 4. (worth 6 pts) From either the reading or class lecture what are 2 ways that teachers  can help children connect with nature? 5. (worth 10 pts) Please give one reason for going on a field trip, where a great place to  take preschoolers on the BYU-Idaho campus would be, and 2 considerations when  planning a field trip.  6. (worth 10 pts) Explain why cooking with young children in the classroom is a great  way to teach curriculum content. Specifically answer a. What are 2 curriculum content  areas that are taught or can be taught through cooking. b. Why is cooking an inviting  activity for the children in the classroom? 7. (worth 10 pts) List and Explain the pitfalls to avoid during group-time planning. How can you plan something for group time that will be effective and engage the children? 8. (worth 10 pts) Explain two different ways that a teacher can build language skills with young children. Choose either of the following questions – please only answer 1 – you cannot answer for  both for extra credit – just one! The answer is worth 10 points. 9. Class presentations have discussed the importance of showing respect to children and how to do that. Please explain why teachers should show respect to young children and  give specific examples of how it is accomplished.10. Explain why open-ended art experiences are important for young children and how  to go about planning them for the classroom. Please answer the following question. Please note that it is worth the most points  and I expect some deep content in your answer for you to receive the full 26  points possible. I would also expect that you would cite your sources because you can  use your textbook and class materials. 11. You have been hired to work for a State run preschool program. It is expected that  you follow the state standards for preschool (google Idaho early learning guidelines for  an example) in your teaching. You felt comfortable with this job requirement when you  accepted the job seeing the opportunity to meet standards, but in a developmentally  appropriate way. You are now getting pressure from the administrator and other  teachers in the program to make sure the children are spending some of each day sitting at the tables completing worksheets helping them write letters and numbers. You are  also getting a lot of pressure to complete product-oriented crafts to send home. You  want this experience to be positive for you and the children in your class and you feel  you have a lot to offer the program.  You schedule a time to meet with the administrator. (#1) Please write what you are  going to share to help create understanding about how young children learn. Now  assume that this meeting goes well and the administrator wants you to present a  professional development class to the other teachers focused on math and literacy. (#2) What would you say to help them understand DAP, and how to implement curriculum in  the classroom in a developmentally appropriate way.

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