|Assessment Type: Coursework||Assessment Number: 2||Study Mode: FT||Weighting: 50%|
|Submission Date:||Submission Time:||Campus:|
|Task: Report on planning for children’s play linked to placement|
|Write a report (2000 words) on planning for children’s play as demonstrated within the Early Years setting. Your report must cover all the learning outcomes with a focus on Physical and Cognitive Development. The report will demonstrate your understanding of the value of play through the links you make to the different areas within the setting. You must link what you observe in your placement to theories of play and evaluate accordingly. You are encouraged to use diagrams, statistic data and pictures in your report.|
|Completion of this assessment will address the following learning outcomes:|
|1||Critically analyse the concept of play and explain historical, social and cultural aspects of its development.|
|2||Assess the value of play in supporting children’s holistic development and learning.|
|3||Examine different types of developmentally appropriate play|
|5||Identify and evaluate theories of play.|
|7||Complete a successful placement within an early years setting to observe the promotion of children’s health and wellbeing.|
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- Title of the Assessment
- Assessment number
- Word count
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