CE430: Learning Through Play in the Inclusive Classroom


CE430: Learning Through Play in the Inclusive Classroom

this is the second class  200- 250 words with reference

We Can Help Them Play

Through your Readings, you learned that teacher directed and child directed activities encourage play and teach different skills in all of the developmental domains. You can use ordinary objects or toys to create simple or complex play opportunities. Each activity gives you the opportunity to decide if you should play the role of a director or a supporting actor during play.

  • Imagine that you have a large set of shells, rocks, leaves and sticks available in a variety of sizes. You are going to use them in a teacher directed, small group activity for three kindergarten aged children of varying ability levels.
  • Provide 3 different examples, using the shells, rocks, leaves and sticks and any other necessary materials, of how you can adapt and direct the activities to encourage skill development.
    • Each example should be an activity which includes skills from the following domains: language domain, social-emotional domain, physical domain, and cognitive domain.
  • Using these materials, explain how to include different levels of play (from Parten and Piaget’s theories that we discussed in Unit 1).

need reference for this one too.

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