Part A: Analysis of learning During the process of observation, it is evident that Van showing interest in books – Van chose 3 books from the shelf and sat down amongst the cushions. Also, he has shown recognition and identifies common objectives and picture by pointing and imitate the voices – At each page he pointed to the animal and said its name. “Lion, roar!”, “hippo, bah!”, “cuckdale (crocodile), snap!” Outcome 4 Children are confident and involved learners Outcome 5 Children are effective communicatorsPart B:Plan a learning experience To improve Van above experience, we will support his interest by offer reading book time and cartoons stories. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Children: Article 29 – Your education should help you use and develop your talent and abilities.
Article 31 – You have the right to play and rest. National Quality Standards: QA1 – Education program and practice Part C: I will read the books to the children by involving the child in choice book and helping trough the reading. Exp. During the riding I will point to the picture and encourage the children to say something according to the picture.
Early Childhood Code of Ethic: Act interest of all children. Acknowledge children as a competent learners and build active communities of engagement and inquire. Part D:I will continue to observe the child and connect his interest with new activities to future development.