The beginning of Chapter 6 of Diversity in Early Care and Education describes a scenario featuring babies at play. Review this scenario (pp. 104–106) with one of the following themes in mind: people versus object orientation, choice, adult role, emphasis on words versus nonverbal communication.

The beginning of Chapter 6 of Diversity in Early Care and Education describes a scenario featuring babies at play. Review this scenario (pp. 104–106) with one of the following themes in mind: people versus object orientation, choice, adult role, emphasis on words versus nonverbal communication.
Perspectives on Play

The beginning of Chapter 6 of Diversity in Early Care and Education describes a scenario featuring babies at play. Review this scenario (pp. 104–106) with one of the following themes in mind: people versus object orientation, choice, adult role, emphasis on words versus nonverbal communication.

By Day 3:

Post your responses to the following:

What values, beliefs, and expectations are embedded in this scene? (Include one or more specific examples to support your response.)
How and why might a family’s values, beliefs, and expectations differ from those you have identified?
Offer one or more recommendations for modifying the environment or interactions in order to honor diverse values, beliefs, and expectations.
Resources:

Course Text: Diversity in Early Care and Education
Chapter 6, “Differing Perspectives on Learning through Play”
Chapter 7, “Socialization, Guidance, and Discipline”

Course Text: How Culture Shapes Social-Emotional Development
Read pp. 4–11, “Experiencing, Expressing, and Regulating Emotions” (up to “Identity Development and Relating to Others”)

Article: Chang, H., & Pulido, D. (1994). The critical importance of cultural and linguistic continuity for infants and toddlers. In E. Fenichel (Ed.), Cross-cultural studies of child development: Implications for clinicians. Retrieved from http://www.eric.ed.gov

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