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NEL: SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT, GUIDE CHILDREN DEVELOPMENT PART 2

Oct 24, 2022 | News

NEL: SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Learning Goals for Social and Emotional Development

The learning goals for Social and Emotional Development focus on the need for teachers to guide children to:

  • Manage and express their emotions in appropriate ways
  • Build positive relationships with others
  • Recognise that everyone is unique and show respect to the people whom they interact with
  • Reflect on their choices when making decisions

Learning Goal 1: Develop an awareness of personal identity

  • Identify own strengths likes and dislikes, and needs
  • Identify and recognize emotions
  • Develop a positive self concept
  • Develop confidence in carrying out simple tasks
  • Show a positive view of themselves

Learning Goal 2: Manage their own emotions and behaviors

  • Express and cope with emotions appropriately without harming self, others and property
  • Self-regulate their behaviors

Learning Goal 3: Show respect for diversity

  • Recognise that everyone is unique in the following ways:
  • Physical characteristics
  • Race
  • Ability
  • Opinion
  • Show respect to the people that they interact with
  • Recognize feelings and show understanding of what others are going through and how they are feeling through actions and/or words

Learning Goal 4: Communicate, interact and build relationships with others

  • Show appreciation and care for others
  • Work and play cooperatively in a group
  • Build relationships with others
  • Communicate thoughts, ideas and feelings effectively with others through words, gestures and actions

Learning Goal 5: Take responsibility for their actions

Children may on their own or with teacher/peers:

  • Consider possible options/actions to manage a situation
  • Consider the effects/consequences of options/actions
  • Reflect on their choices

Teachers will use teaching opportunities during playing to help children adjust and build habits. Baby’s opportunities to develop and master this information, skills, and orientations should be carefully arranged.

When children are given opportunities to engage well with others, their social and emotional health develops. Teachers and schools are increasingly crucial in ensuring that these opportunities occur in the classroom. The use of suitable learning methods will assist guarantee that children have the chance to develop abilities that will foster them to become confident and capable persons with societal responsibility.

Social

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From the moment they are born, children begin learning languages, learning about languages, and learning via languages. They learn how to utilize language by listening to adults talk and read to them, as well as by interacting with people and playing with their hands.

When children see signs, labels, posters, books, and images on television, they learn what written language looks like. They begin to learn about reading and writing as they see people in their daily lives compiling lists, taking notes, and reading newspapers. Children acquire literate habits as a result of these encounters even before they can read and write properly.

LANGUAGE & LITERACY IN THE EARLY YEARS

Language is about hearing and speaking inside a system with its own rules and norms, whereas literacy is about reading and writing to understand print and transmit meaning via print. Language and literacy development in children is aided by their experiences at home, school, and in the community. They develop their own knowledge as they engage with people and objects, and they use language and tangible representations such as drawing, mark-making, and writing to express what they know and have learned.

LISTENING & SPEAKING

Children must hear language in order to learn to speak it, and they must also have opportunities to communicate with people using language.

Playing with their peers and engaging with others offer youngsters actual and relevant circumstances in which to use language. They learn to listen and take turns speaking in talks and discussions as a result of this process. They also learn about tone, gestures, facial expressions, and body language, which will help them grasp what is being said.

READING

Reading entails deducing meaning from print. When learning to read, most children go through the following stages:

  • Pre-reading: Children initially notice that print conveys information. They employ visual clues to make sense of print in their surroundings. Children, for example, know the word “exit” by linking it with the sign over the door.
  • Initial reading: As youngsters learn the names and sounds of letters, they utilize this information to decode words and recognize certain words by sight.
  • Fluent reading: Children will be able to read more easily as they learn to decipher words faster and more effectively. Children will be able to focus their attention on understanding and making sense of the text when automaticity creeps in.

Children require experiences with oral language and a range of texts to acquire the early literacy abilities listed below, which will aid them in learning to read.

WRITING

Reading and writing are intertwined. Learning one helps in the learning of the other. Thus, it is important for children.

TO BE CONTINUE

 

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