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CTE/Family & Consumer Sciences Education Curriculum
Early Childhood Education I
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Strand 2
Students will develop and/or implement age-appropriate curricula for young children.
Standard 2
Create DAP learning experiences for preschoolers.
 
  • Art & Creativity
    Lesson on how to teach art, stages of art, how to develop creativity, ideas on art activities for children
  • Assessing Children's Learning and Development
    Through a power point presentation, students will learn how to correctly "assess children's learning and development" so that their preschool can be developmentally appropriate. They will then participate in creating file folder games to use with their preschoolers in the future. These games will help the children in the preschool class enjoy learning as the teacher assesses their new skills. The file folder games exemplify an appropriate way to assess children's learning and development.
  • Child Care-SLCC FHS 2600 Internet Ch. 13(Creative Arts)
    This is an overview of the Salt Lake Community College Internet Course FHS 2600 Introduction to Early Childhood Education Chapter 13 and covers:
    • Art vs. Crafts
    • SLCC Student Art Activity
    • Stages of Art
    • Art Ideas
    • Movement Ideas
  • Child Care-SLCC FHS 2600 Internet Ch. 4(Web,LessonPlan)
    This is an overview of the Salt Lake Community College Internet Course FHS 2600 Introduction to Early Childhood Education Chapter 4 and covers:
    • Daily Schedule
    • Lesson plans
    • Transitions
    • Preschool teacher organization
  • Child Care-SLCC FHS 2600 Internet Ch.14(Social Studies)
    This is an overview of the Salt Lake Community College Internet Course FHS 2600 Introduction to Early Childhood Education Chapter 14 and covers:
    • Multi-cultural Ideas
    • Social Studies in Preschool
  • Child Care-SLCC FHS 2600 Internet Chapter 10 (Literacy)
    This is an overview of the Salt Lake Community College Internet Course FHS 2600 Introduction to Early Childhood Education Chapter 10 and covers:
    • Literacy
  • Child Care-SLCC FHS 2600 Internet Chapter 11 (Math)
    This is an overview of the Salt Lake Community College Internet Course FHS 2600 Introduction to Early Childhood Education Chapter 11 and covers:
    • Mathematics
  • Child Care-SLCC FHS 2600 Internet Chapter 12 (Science)
    This is an overview of the Salt Lake Community College Internet Course FHS 2600 Introduction to Early Childhood Education Chapter 12 and covers:
    • Science
  • Child Care-SLCC FHS 2600 Internet Chapter 5 (Play)
    This is an overview of the Salt Lake Community College Internet Course FHS 2600 Introduction to Early Childhood Education Chapter 5 and covers:
    • Types of Play
    • Levels of Play
    • Levels of Play Student Activity
    • Outdoor Play Ideas
  • Child Care-SLCC FHS 2600 Internet Chapter 9 (Language)
    This is an overview of the Salt Lake Community College Internet Course FHS 2600 Introduction to Early Childhood Education Chapter 2 and covers:
    • Language
  • Constructing Appropriate Curriculum
    Through a power point presentation, students will learn what it means to "Construct Appropriate Curriculum" so that their preschool can be developmentally appropriate. They will then participate in some music activities as well as playing "sound bingo". These music and movement activities will help the children in the preschool class feel comfortable as well as teach them needed motor and listening skills. The music and movement activities exemplify "Constructing Appropriate Curriculum".
  • Creating a Caring Community of Learners
    Through a powerpoint presentation, students will learn the importance of creating a caring community of learners so that their preschool can be developmentally appropriate. They will then make music visual aids and instruments as well as create a new song. These items will help them to have such a community in their future preschool classrooms.
  • LITERACY: Dr. Seuss
    Reading is a vital part of a child's life. Authors such as Dr. Seuss have made a lasting impact on children's books.
  • Math & Science
    Concepts to teach young children about math and science. The process to accomplishing that. Activities to demonstrate what can be done with children.
  • Music
    Music is an important part of working with young children. Music can be used in several ways in child care situations.
  • Music & Movement
    Lesson on teaching creative movement and songs to children. Includes creative movement activity with evaluation of multiple intelligence usage. Activity for demonstration of ability to teach a song.
  • Nutrition Lab
    Students will go to various stations making creative snacks that can be used in a preschool. As discussed in the Child Care curriculum (see attached child care objective 200201-0503), this will implement the things they have learned about healthly and appropriate snacks for children. It will also allow them to experience making snacks and what kind of time and materials are involved. The recipe packet will give them the resources they need for future work with children.
  • Pre-Math
    Review the importance of pre-math activities for preschool-age children.
  • Science
    Science activities can be educational and fun. Students will identify a variety of science supplies and activities.
  • Teaching to Enhance Development and Learning
    Through a powerpoint presentation, students will learn what it means to teach to enhance development and learning so that their preschool can be developmentally appropriate. They will then participate in several transitions (done by the teacher) and then come up with their own idea to share with the class. Transitions will help the children in the preschool class move easily from activity to activity, enhancing their learning and development.

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