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FEM3101 PJJ

SEMESTER 1, 2015/2016

ASSIGNMENT 2 : LAB PROJECT FOR CHILDREN

1. Identify two (2) 5-6 year old child. Observe on their development.

2. Individual assignment (20%)

3. Submit report by 30 November 2015.

4. Collect children background information. (Refer to Practical Form 1)

5. Make an observation/ assessment on the following dimension:

Physical development

Perception development

Intellectual development

Language development

Socio-emotional development

6. Outline of the report:

Introduction (general introduction, photo and personal information)

Main content (respondents development level based on analysis and observation conducted)

Conclusion on every aspect of development

References

Appendix (All Lab Forms)

7. Apply appropriate theory to explain respondents development

8. Report presented in group

9. Type your project paper using the following format:

Font type: Times New Roman; Font size: 12; Spacing: 1.5

Margins: top-1; bottom-1; right-1; left: 1.25

10. Evaluation:

Introduction (20 marks)

Main content (50 marks)

Conclusion (15 marks)

References and appendices (5 marks)

Lab manual (10 marks)

Form 1.1 Childs Background

Childs Name: _____________________________________________________Age: _____________________________________________________Observer: _____________________________________________________Group: _____________________________________________________Observation Date: _____________________________________________________Observation Time: _____________________________________________________

Items

Notes

Date of birth

Race

Sex

Religion

Fathers Name

Fathers Occupation

Fathers Education

Fathers Income

Mothers Name

Mothers Occupation

Mothers Education

Mothers Income

Family Income

Number of Siblings

Name of Best Friend (s)

Favourite Food & Drink

Hobby

*Circle following appropriate options

_____________ * minute / hour

_____________ * day / week

Whom usually involve in activities like sightseeing or playing lego, or guiding activities (e.g. using computer/ reading/ counting)

Whom

Type of activities

Whom

Type of activities

Father

Mother

Brother

Sister

Helper

Others (state)

Have parents do these things?

Please write () if yes or ( X ) if not

Items

1. Introducing child to

Computer component ________________

Recognize alphabets ________________

Reading ________________

Counting ________________

2. Helping child in skills domination

using computer _______________ hour (s) / week __________________

reading _______________ hour (s) / week __________________

counting _______________ hour (s) / week __________________

3. Fit the schedule for activities:

computer ________________recognize alphabets ________________reading ________________counting ________________

Form 1.2 Continuous Observation

Observer: _____________________________________________________Observation Date: _____________________________________________________Observation Time: _____________________________________________________Childs Name: _____________________________________________________Childs Age: ____________________________________________________

Instruction: Observe all childs behavior every 3 minutes for 60 minutes

1. Structured Activity (30 minutes): __________________________________________

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Observation

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Observation

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Summary

2. Unstructured Activity (30 minutes): __________________________________________

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Summary

Form 2.3 Physical Development the Children Age 2 to 8 Years

Childs Name: _____________________________________________________Age: _____________________________________________________Observer: _____________________________________________________Group: _____________________________________________________Observation Date: _____________________________________________________Observation Time: _____________________________________________________

Test

Note

Gross Motor Development

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Throwing ball with motive

Catch the ball with both hands

Throw, catch and lob the big ball

Throw, catch and lob the small ball

Hoping and enable to play hob-scotch

Running with ropes

Running without fall

Climb up the climber

Ride three wheel bicycle

Ride three wheel bicycle skillfully and fast

Ride two wheel bicycle skillfully and fast

Involved in outdoor games (cycling and see-saw)

Involve in games (state name of games and skill level of children)

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Fine Motor Development

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Draw/ copy the circles

Draw/ copy the square

Draw/ copy the triangles

Write the V

Construct block in to shapes that can be understood by others

Construct a more complex shapes (state the construction)

Shape plasticine

Shape plasticine into simple shapes (state the shape)

Shape plasticine into complex shapes (state the shape)

Cutting paper (without shape)

Cutting pictures/ paper roughly

Precise the picture cutting

Cutting creative shape and paste on the piece of paper

Put on and take-off clothes (Dependently)

Put on and take-off clothes (Independently)

Put on button (state the button size)

Button, zip and tie an object without looking (e.g: back/ below)

Thread beads (state the bead size)

Insert thread into needle (state the needle size)

Sewing

Handling pencil/ crayon/ drawing brush

Scribble idly/ doodles

Drawing (state the drawing result and level)

Combing hair

Go/ use toilet independently

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Note: Use child product and picture to support your observation and test.

Summary:

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Form 2.4: Copy the Pattern

Childs Name: _____________________________________________________Age: _____________________________________________________Observer: _____________________________________________________Group: _____________________________________________________Observation Date: _____________________________________________________Observation Time: _____________________________________________________Task: Ask the children to copy the showing pattern. Please use the space beside the pattern.

Form 2.4: Copy the Pattern

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Form 2.4: Copy the Pattern (Continue)

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Form 2.4: Copy the Pattern (Continue)

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Form 2.4: Copy the Pattern (Continue)

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Form 2.5: Score/ Mark

Observation Date: _____________________________________________________Observation Time: _____________________________________________________Childs Name: _____________________________________________________Date of birth: