Early Years Play and Learning: Developing Social Skills and Cooperation

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Index

a
access to play 3 ;
continuity of 85
accountability 12
Action Research 53 , 55
altercations 44 , 45 , 48 , 49 , 106
approval seeking 44 , 45
Areas of Learning 16 , 84
Areas of Provision 7 - 10, 31 , 50 ;
impact on behaviour 102 -4;
improving through observation 64 ;
learning literacy and numeracy in 69 , 119 -21;
planning 107 ;
principles 33 -7;
progression in 85 ;
scenarios 17 - 33 ;
in Year I 62 , 115 , 117 -19
assessment 57 , 88 - 90
associative play 43 , 48 , 87
Attfield, J. 86 , 110

b
Barlow, D.II. 3
behaviour management, impact of Areas of Provision on 102 -4
block play 8 - 9 , 59
boys 90 ;
and literacy 119 ;
playing in same-gender groups 93 , 94 , 95 , 101 ;
under-achieving 13 ;
violence in play 5
Brierley, J. 7

c
chaos and order 80 , 95 , 100
Children Act 1989 10
Chorpita, B.F. 3
Christie, J. 118
circle time, class discussions to scaffold cooperation 104 -5, 118
class size, for pre-school aged children 11
classroom:
constraints of 88 ;
reorganisation 106
collaborative learning 127
collaborative research 54 -5
comics 19
comment on action 44
compromise 40 , 44 , 49
constraints 27 , 88
construction play 8 - 9 , 72 ;
literacy and numeracy in 120 ;
mathematical and scientific knowledge shown in 8
continuum 38
cooperation 3 , 35 , 39 - 40 ;
effect on behaviour 102 -3;
planning for 85 ;
scaffolding 104 -8
cooperative play 78 , 82 , 87 , 123 , 126 ;
characteristics of 48 ;
and helping behaviour 36 ;
observations of 24 -5, 28 -9, 31 -3;
open-ended role play 73
Cosaro, W.A. 2
Craft, A. 109 , 110
cross-gender play 31 . 92 , 93 , 96 - 101
curriculum
(see also Foundation Stage Curriculum) 102 ;
co-construction of 82 , 86 -7, 89 , 102 , 119

d
Daniels, H. 57 , 88
Davies, B. 91
dehydration 123
Desirable Learning Outcomes 14 , 30
dialogue 28 , 45 , 46 , 48 , 50 , 64
Dowling, M. 10 , 40 , 110
Drummond, M.J. 9 , 88

e
Early Excellence Centres 11
Early Learning Goals 13 , 14 , 57 , 110 , 130
Early Years Development and Childcare Partnerships (EYDCP) 11 , 15
Education Acts 10 , 11 , 12
Effective Early Learning Project 14 - 15
Effective Provision of Pre-School Education 15
Egan, K. 118
emotional expression 9 , 39
emotional intelligence 123 , 129 , 130
emotional well-being 122 -31
empathy 102
enclosure play 107
experiences, children's 121
eye contact 31 , 44 , 46

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