Provide an overview of the context and discourses (these could be political, historical, theoretical and cultural) visible in the supporting material and documentation of the curriculum statement you have selected (either to the Early Years Learning Framework).
Outline the major concepts introduced by the key theorists (i.e. Vygotsky – zone of proximal development) you have chosen. This demonstrates your understanding of this intellectual work, and your ability to understand its relevance to early education. Now identify and describe how these concepts are evident in the selected curriculum statement. This is one of the most difficult aspects of this assignment, because the language used in the curriculum, may be different from that originally used by the theorist you have chosen. This part of the paper demonstrates your conceptual understanding of this theorist and the practical application of their ideas.
Discuss the implication of the curriculum and theorist or theory you have selected in your own implementation of socially just and equitable pedagogy in early childhood education. In this part we are asking you to identify which aspects of this theoretical work will be directly useful for you in your teaching work, and to explain how you expect to put these into practice during your placement or in future teaching.
Didn’t go well? Yet we went on date #2, 3, 4, and sometimes 5 before we cut that crazy loose. Not ever date will turn out that way, but we would be more cautious next time, wouldn’t we? It’s on that premise that we should have an open mind about the infallibility of the man written Bible as a book riddled with thought provoking and eye rolling mistakes does happen. The Songs of Solomon are amorous and foolish, but has been called “divine anointed or wise”., They are placed after the Book of Ecclesiastes and claim to have been written in B.C 1014. It has been recorded and proven that Solomon was 19 years old at this time and had His palace filled with concubines and wives. Solomon was therefore enjoying honeymoon on a daily basis and so caught up in his feelings that he had no time to think consciously before writing. Sam Harris asked a very direct in your face question when He asked “Who put the good in the Good Book? This is a serious question that requires lot of research and explaination.Because even if a belief in God and the Bible has a reliable positive effect upon human behavior; this is not a reason to believe that it is infallible. A belief in the infallibility of the Bible is a belief in God and thus the infinite nature of God. However there is still no proof that the stories in the bible are true and thus the Doctrine of “Christianity” remains a mystery. The bible outlines that the Israelites were Gods chosen people. If they were, why couldn’t He correct them, why were they so unruly? These folks that he selected choose and branded as His “Chosen people “were extremely corrupted and did nothing but laugh at God. As Thomas Paine puts it, “Jews had invented to cover the baseness of their own characters, and which Christian priests sometimes as corrupt, and often as cruel, have professed to believe” . Whoever wrote this stuff has left a bitter taste in the mouths of Christians, if he was all perfect, why didn’t his chosen people obey Him?” Conclusion: Clarity is necessary for most persons to accept new facts; we do hope that we were clear. Knowledge is always necessary to counter wrong info being filtered from the opposite side towards us, We do hope our knowledge was sufficient to ward off their attacks. Pastors, philosophers, Teachers and family members may have taught us differently, but when the evidence is so clear, we have no other choice but to accept the inevitable. T>GET ANSWER