Essays on Children

Childrens views

After discussions with school principals I decided to re design my questionnaire for parents rather than children for two main reasons. Parents know there children and would be able to write about experiences related to the eleven plus where as children of this age would […]

The working conditions for children during the 19th century

Coalmines were dangerous areas where children died. For example Jane Moffat age 12 and John Otterson age 9 were two children who worked in coalmines. They worked in dark, damp and dirty conditions. They were given no food and stayed underneath the mines all day […]

Disadvantages of using ICT

Making 10 – The teacher’s role is to state how many pieces of fruit they would like in the bowl. The children can then drag the different pieces of fruit to the bowl and then drop it into the bowl until they reach the number […]

Children and the adults

Sophie & Thomas – Role-play. 17th February 2002 10:45 Aim To observe Sophie and Thomas during a free play session I will try to observe their role-play and how they interact with other children and the adults around them. Setting The placement in which I […]

The Children’s Hour with Billy Liar

My Practical work in April was for Option . It was a pre-war American feminist piece named “the children’s hour” written by Lilly Hellman. It was written in 1934 but due to its controversial content was not performed until 1939. The piece is about an […]

Children of a lesser god By Tazeen Javed

In a small 12×14 room in Orangi Town, with only a small door for ventilation, 9-year-old Ayesha is busy rolling agarbatti sticks. She is humming the latest Jawad Ahmed ditty when suddenly she has a spasm of cough. She feels dizzy and goes out of […]

Maternal deprivation

Therefore, to prevent this a create a centre which could be implemented into the mothers workplace. Professional childminders can then look after children and give them the right support and can also provide comfort for the child. This then allows individuals to fulfil Maslow’s hierarchy […]

Parents and the broader community often comment that children

Parents and the broader community often comment that children are not learning anything worthwhile if they “are just playing”. Discuss. Psychologists and educators have attested that play is undeniably part and parcel of life of a growing and developing child from infant through to becoming an […]

The Children playing

Firstly I recommend that my supervisor takes the children for a ‘nature walk’. I have made this recommendation because after observing these children I noticed that they were interested that were the leaves come from. So by taking the whole class for a ‘nature walk’ […]

Small group of 4 children

When Mr. P finished reading the text aloud to the class, paragraphs were selected and the children were asked if they were fact or opinion. This was discussed with the whole class, which led to a lively discussion. Most of the children were aware of […]