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Continuous provision in the early years: how to plan provision to make a positive impact on children's learning

Continuous provision in the early years: how to plan provision to make a positive impact on children's learning

Bryce-Clegg, Alistair, author

Is it time we stopped seeing boys as losers, with later development and a consequent certainty of failing in the current curriculum? This book will explore what boys are good at, and how we can help them to become more resilient and successful at school and in their future lives

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Published London : Featherstone Education 2013
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Statement of responsibility: Alistair Bryce-Clegg
ISBN: 1472930371, 9781408175828, 9781472930378
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Physical Description: 1 online resource (72 pages) : color illustrations.
Series: Early Years Library
Subject: Early childhood education.; Early childhood education Great Britain.; EDUCATION Elementary.; Achievement motivation.; Great Britain.
Series Title: Early Years Library.
Local note: eBooks on EBSCOhost EBSCO eBooks for FE Collection (UK)

Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title
  3. Copyright
  4. Contents
  5. Introduction: What is continuous provision?
  6. Understanding continuous provision
  7. Chapter 1: Setting up continuous provision
  8. Outdoor provision
  9. Thinking creatively
  10. Example of an environment plan
  11. Chapter 2: Planning for continuous provision
  12. Direct teaching
  13. Objective-led planning
  14. Chapter 3: Timetabling continuous provision
  15. Start of the day
  16. All together: interest session
  17. Chapter 4: Skill development in continuous provision
  18. Learning new skills
  19. Developing skills
  20. Continuous provision areas
  21. Outdoor play: wheeled toys.
  22. Chapter 5: Objective-led planning and the role of the adultHow do you plan for it?; Maintaining an environment for learning and skill development; Chapter 6: Pulling it all together; Appendix: Planning formats; Planning for continuous provision (Foundation Stage); Timetable
  23. Foundation Stage. Who, When, Where; Virtual Base time 1
  24. Foundation Stage: Week 1; Virtual Base time 1
  25. Foundation Stage: Week 2; Reflection sheet; Next steps: Physical development (pencil grip); Objective led planning.