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  1. Unit 1 Promote Communication In Health, Social Care Or Childrens And Young Peoples Settings
    Unit 1: promoting communication in health, social care or childrens and young peoples settings. 1.1 Identify the different reasons people communicate...
  2. 1.3 Describe With Examples The Importance Of All Staff Consistently And Fairly Applying Boundaries And Rules...
    important for all adults working with children and young people to be fair and consistent when inappropriate behaviour occurs. Every setting should have established...
  3. Know The Policies And Procedures Of The Setting For Promoting Children And Young People’s Positive Behaviour
    with two- year- olds but can occur in older children or young people. In fact, many people would not describe tantrums as inappropriate behaviour in toddlers. They...
  4. Why Are Ethics So Important In Research With Or About Children And Young People?
    with response to the UNCRC. The involvement of children and young people in research is a quite recent happening as is the important input that this group can make...
  5. Explain The Importance Of Resilience In Children And Young People
    understand who they are, where they belong and to whom they are important. They may need help to find these answers. Children and young peoples ethnicity, religion...
  6. Examine The Ways In Which Laws And Social Policy Affect Family Life
    was introduced to manage the delivery of services for children and young people in the UK. In 1998, Surestart Childrens centres were launched to provide a wide...
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  7. Democracy
    with opportunities of education and participation. An effective participation of all children and young people needs social protection against poverty. To enable...
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  8. Women
    Similarly under New South Wales law, the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW) will impose sanctions on people who discriminate illegally. The law also try to...
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  9. Changing Policy
    on the Rights of the Child (2007:16) The right to play is enshrined for all children and young people up to 18 years old in Article 31 of the United Nations...
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  10. Anorexia Nervosa And Pressures On Young Teens
    causes which affect young teens during a time in their lives when they are very sensitive to social and peer pressure. Anorexia Nervosa is described as an eating...
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  11. Describe The Importance Of Supporting The Rights Of Children And Young People To Participation And Equality Of Access
    not supporting the rights of children and young people correctly this may lead to/cause discrimination in/out of school. I believe it is important, when teaching...
  12. Education
    in life. Schools play a vital role in preparing our children and young people for effective participation and responsible citizenship in society. The development of...
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  13. Educational Psychologists And Learning Theories
    their expertise of both psychology and education in order to help children and young people experiencing difficulties at school. In this example, the psychologist...
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  14. Document Analysis
    opportunities to participate in school excursions. Schools cannot discriminate against a student by denying them the same opportunities as others (Policy Objective...
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  15. My Life
    a man or at work, which she didnt have to work at all, my father left her well off. So I really needed my grand-father for support. I was too young to be a mom...
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  16. Describe The Risks And Possible Consequences For Children And Young People Using The Internet, Mobile Phones...
    =68437. Last accessed 10 april 2012. thinkuknow. (2012). Do you work with children and young people?.Available: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/Teachers/. Last...
  17. Compare And Contrast The Approach Taken By Researchers In Two Of The Papers You Have Read In Units 1- 4.
    Elizabeth Coates and the paper by Aldgate and Bradley in The Reality of Research with Children and Young People Edited by Lewis et al . The paper by Coates involves...
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  18. Explain The Sequence And Rate Of Each Aspect Of Development That Would Normally Be Expected In Children And...
    the sequence and rate of each aspect of development that would normally be expected in children and young people from birth 19 years Birth 1 month: Sleeps...
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  19. Child Labour
    are harmful. But whos to say how harmful work can be for children? One of the arguments against childrens work is that it negatively affects child development, yet...
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  20. Does The English Child Protection System Enable Children And Young People To Exercise Their Rights Under The...
    in place in this country in order to improve and protect the lives of the children and young people of the nation. The English Child Protection System has developed...
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  21. Glob
    28. Does The English Child Protection System Enable Children And Young People To Exercise Their Rights Under The... child-centric problems...
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  22. Describe With Examples The Importance Of Recognising And Responding To Concerns About Children And Young People...
    10-11-11 Describe with examples the importance of recognising and responding to concerns about children and young peoples development. The following things...
  23. Explain The Importance Of Early Intervention For Disadvantaged And/ Or Vulnerable Children And Young People
    hopefully be a more stable society with less children in workless homes. Parents will be able to work and support their children, providing better homes, healthier...
  24. Tma 01 E214.
    the National Autistic Society (NAS), provides support for children and young people with autism, and their families. This article has uncovered possibly a lifeline...
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  25. Should Law Treat Kids And Adults Differently?
    the law were send to adult prisons. In our days crime is everywhere, children and young people are constantly making crimes starting from drugs and gangs all the way...
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  26. Level 2 Support Work In Schools
    unit 201 Assessment 2.2 The importance of recognising and responding to concerns about children and young people's development has a range of factors...
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  27. Discrimination Against Japanese-Americans
    wrote on a discussion board wrote that though the website may be trying to promote anti-stereotypical feelings in a unique manner, because the site does not include...
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  28. 1.1 Describe The Policies And Procedures Of The Setting Relevant To Promoting Children And Young People’s...
    Describe the policies and procedures of the setting relevant to promoting children and young peoples positive behaviour. The policies and procedures within my...
  29. Prejudice And Discrimination
    prejudice and discrimination go hand in hand. People can become prejudiced for many reasons. Which include the influence of parents, because young children accept...
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  30. Discrimination
    sex. Employers who provide different working conditions and promotional opportunities for men and women violate anti-discrimination laws. Lenders who offer better...
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