First and most importantly is to prepare my heart and attitude for the day. In situation when there are a few new comers, it is essential to have a positive attitude in pursuing a respectful, reciprocal and responsive relationship between the child and me. Te Whāriki states in order to thrive and learn, an infant must establish an intimate, responsive, and trusting relationship with at least one other person.
“M’s, her grandmother and dad” were having a few visits to get to know the teachers, peers and this new environment. “M” seems comfortable to explore around the centre as long as dad or grandmother is within her sight.
“M’s” has started attending at the centre for the last two weeks. She is still unsettled.
I understand that developing a trusting relationship takes time. In the mean time, I will keep on listening, watching attentively, read her facial expressions and gestures to find out what she is trying to communicate with me. One day, I found that she likes listen to song in mandarin”. Therefore, I repeated singing “Twinkle Twinkle little stars in mandarin” and use my limit mandarin to explain and describe the surrounding. I held her and showed her around the room. We talked about the birds, the plane, and the children around us.
By the end of the week, she is gradually become more comfortable in exploring the indoor environment. One thing I noticed was having a third teacher is making a big difference in the room. There is more opportunity to provide some quality time to the children and teachers are less stress too.
(Two weeks after “M” has started at XXX, I believe I have already built a trustful relationship with the families because they asked me if I could babysit their daughter. I politely refused it and explaining our policies that we can’t. )
As a result, I believe I met this criterion.
- 5 年前最愛解答
Historic present can be used to narrate a story in the past.
~ First and most importantly [I have] to prepare my heart a
~ a positive attitude [towards] pursuing a respectful,
~ [are] having a few visits
~ [her] dad or grandmother is within her sight
~ attending [lessons] at the centre
~ [and reading] her facial expressions
~ I [find] that she likes "listening" to song in mandarin
~ Therefore, I [repetitively sing the song] “Twinkle Twinkle little stars" in mandarin and use my [limited] mandarin
~ I [hold] her and [show] her around the room. We [talk] about the birds,
~ she gradually [becomes] more comfortable
~ One thing I [have] noticed [is] having a third teacher [makes] a big difference in the room.
~ and teachers are less [stressed] too.
~ I have already built a [trusting] relationship
~ because they ask me if I [would like to] babysit their daughter.
2015-06-03 00:39:51 補充：
~ “M’s” has been receiving treatment at the centre for the last two weeks.
2015-06-03 00:44:20 補充：
One thing I noticed was having a third teacher is making a big difference in the room.
~ Noticeably, it makes a big difference having a third teacher in the room.
- TOMING88Lv 75 年前
The simple past tense should be used; since the story began and completed in the past without any connection with the present.Errors and Corrections:-
----TeWhariki states that-----a noun cl.
---what she's trying to communicate with (not me followed) no object needed; preposition;
---limited adj. (not limit)
---explained that criterion, the standard or principle by which something is judged here; (not explaining)
There are not too many errors in your work;not much glaring errors that are very obvious.
- 5 年前
do not need to tell the name of the song