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Title of Presentation Student Name CE320-01 Date Instructor Kaplan University Note: You will want to click on view in the bar at the top of your screen and make sure you are in “Normal” view. Delete all instructions and replace all directional notes with your own notes before submitting assignment.
Introduction Explain NAEYC’s “Week of the Young Child” http://www.naeyc.org/woyc http://www.naeyc.org/woyc Identify titles of the 3 workshops & purpose of each Note how your center focuses on needs of young child/families)
Introduction Be creative in encouraging participation/attendance! Please use a maximum of four bullet points for your information Post the bulk of your information in the click to add notes section. See this in the View “Normal”. Add any images at the very end to ensure content is given a priority over images.
Workshop 1-Include Title (creative drama) Story retelling, reenactment, play, use of props, masks, puppets, etc. See p. 324 in eBook for more details on “creative drama”. Creative dramas also discussed in seminar. Identify title/author of storybook, note appropriate age Describe how the creative drama will be carried out
Workshop 1 (Continued) Identify how it is DAP ( review NAEYC’s DAP article ) Identify benefits of the creative drama; how will this workshop benefit participants?
Workshop 2-Include Title (preschool learning center) Identify the preschool learning center/station (concept center, writing, etc.) What will the children be doing here? Appropriate for ages 3-5 Emphasize language development, investigative play, DAP
Workshop 2-Include Title (preschool learning center) Use Language Goals/Language Development Guidelines from chapter 7 (discussed within at least one learning station) Address 5 aspects of Language Knowledge (phonetic, semantic, syntactic, morphemic, pragmatic) Investigative play: similar to exploratory activities but more focused/complex goals (see p. 315 in ebook)
Workshop 3-Include Title (read aloud activity) Identify title/author of story book (appropriate for Kindergarten) Identify which of the guidelines your selection follows and how. Guidelines for Book Selection (Reviewed in Seminar and in Reading)
Workshop 3-Include Title (read aloud activity) Guidelines for Book Selection ( Reviewed in Seminar and in Reading)
Conclusion This would be a great place to back up your work with research! Share information about how creative dramas, investigative play and Read Alouds can enhance language development.
Conclusion Close on a positive note, spark motivation to join! Make sure your connections to DAP (as per Unit 6 NAEYC article) are addressed in this Assignment—a summary would be appropriate here
References Otto, B. (2014). Language Development in Early Childhood Education (4th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education.