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BTEC Child Development Year 9

 

Beginning

Developing

Secure

Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

With assistance and suggested ideas you are able to produce an investigation into the costs of equipment and items needed when having a baby.

You are able to independently produce an investigation into the costs of equipment and items needed when having a baby. 

You are able to independently produce an investigation into the costs of equipment and items needed when having a baby and provide an explanation of necessary and unnecessary items. 

You are able to independently produce an investigation into the costs of equipment and items needed when having a baby and provide an analysis of the equipment and their functions.

Christmas Term

 

 

You are able to research a given list of the different stages of labour and feed these back to the group.

You are able to independently find out about the different stages of labour and explain these to the group.

You are able to independently find out about the different stages of labour and suggest pain relief methods, you can explain these to the group.

You are able to independently find out about the different stages of labour and provide defined explanations of the different pain relief methods, you can explain these to the group.

Winter Term

 

 

You are able to research a suggested list of delivery methods for babies and state these methods briefly.

You are able to independently research a list of delivery methods for babies and explain these methods in detail.

You are able to independently research a list of delivery methods for babies and explain these methods in detail providing strengths and weaknesses of each approach.

You are able to independently research a list of delivery methods for babies and explain these methods in detail providing strengths and weaknesses of each approach and an explanation of why each delivery method would be chosen.

Spring Term

 

 

You are able to research postnatal checks that need to be conducted on the baby and mother.

You are able to independently research postnatal checks that need to be conducted on the birth and mother and can describe how these checks are carried out.

You are able to independently research postnatal checks that are conducted on the baby and the mother. You can describe how these checks are carried out and can explain why these checks are carried out.

You are able to independently research postnatal checks that are conducted on the baby and the mother. You can describe how these checks are carried out, you can explain why these checks are carried out and can evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of each check.

Summer Term

 

 

You are able to create an image of a house and label possible dangers to a child within the house.

You are able to create an image of a house, label possible dangers and describe how these could be dangerous to a child.

You are able to create an image of a house, label possible dangers, describe how these could be dangerous to a child and explain the possible consequences of the danger.

You are able to create an image of a house, label possible dangers, describe how these could be dangerous to a child, explain the possible consequences of the danger and explain how the danger could be overcome.

 

Year 11 Child Development

 

Beginning

Developing

Secure

Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

Using books to help you list at least fifteen activities that can be done with children to help them develop.

For the area of development you have chosen pick six different activities that you plan to carry out with them.

For each activity you should consider the age and stage relevant to the child and the way the activity encourages development.

For each of your observation plans you need to include what you expect to happen, what resources you may need and what potential problems you may be faced with.

Christmas Term

 

 

Plan and organise for the six observations over the next month to carry out on your chosen child. You can do this by communicating with the parents of the child.

Carry out observations on your child and note down what they are able to do during each activity.

For each of your observations you should discuss in detail the development that is taking place and record this by taking pictures or videos of the activity.

From all six of your observations you should be able to relate back to areas of development that are taking place. For this you will be expected to talk about the milestones they are reaching and how the activity has benefitted their development.

Winter Term

 

 

Research a chosen day care provider and find out where they are located.

 

 

From your research you will be able to discuss the range of services that are on offer at the day care provider you looked at.

Based on your research on the services available for children and families you can discuss the benefits of each service to the service user. Here you will be able to say how effective it is or not.

 

Considering other types of day care providers in full explain how effective one is compared to another. You are making a judgement on the strengths and weaknesses of each provider and offering an overall conclusion.

Spring Term

 

 

Come up with a healthy and unhealthy meal for a woman during pregnancy. Take into account the daily calorie intake.

For each type of meal you must find out how many calories, nutrients and the nutritional value that is in each food product.

Independently from your research explain why food sources are something that is important during pre-natal care.

From all of the research on nutrition so far come up with a 5 day meal plan for a mum expecting twins during the second trimester of her pregnancy. Take into account the nutritional value of the food, the nutrients needed to help the baby develop and what foods a mother should avoid during pregnancy.

Summer Term

 

 

Students will carry out revision using class exercise books on topic areas identified by the class teacher.

Students will carry out independent revision using class exercise books and text books on topic areas identified by the class teacher and by the students based on their own individual needs.

Students will carry out independent revision using class exercise books, text books and exam papers on topic areas identified by the class teacher and by the students based on their own individual needs.  Students will produce notes and revision materials.

Students will carry out independent revision using class exercise books, text books and exam papers on topic areas identified by the class teacher and by the students based on their own individual needs.   Answer papers will be used to assess their own understanding.  Students will produce notes and revision materials.