Play With A Purpose

Author: Dorothy Einon
Publisher: Random House Inc
ISBN: 9780394742144
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Suggests toys and activities designed to develop a child's physical coordination, visual awareness, social skills, and vocabulary, and looks at books, projects, computer games, and crazes

Play With A Purpose

Author: Marian H. Anderson
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
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SUMMARY: A planned programme of physical education which appeals to children because of its structure, variety and suitability to their interests.

The Woman Who Could A Play With A Purpose

Author: Howard B 1868 Sutherland
Publisher: Palala Press
ISBN: 9781359636188
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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

Play With Purpose

Author: Shane Pill
Publisher: Achper
ISBN: 0646910795
Size: 21.20 MB
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14 Children don't learn to be skillful by simply sending them out to play. The
renement of movement skills needs to be guided. This requires purposeful
feedback on performance in games that are purposefully targeted at developing
a particular motor skill or concept. Five elements construct this play with purpose.
Teach for transfer Be purposeful in the selection of games to teach target
concepts and teach for transfer by connecting what is learnt in one game to other
similar games.

Inside Role Play In Early Childhood Education

Author: Sue Rogers
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134136544
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Fewer than half of the teachers observed fully exploited the educational potential
of play. In more than a third of the schools visited, play was only recreational; it
lacked educational purpose and was usually undertaken only after work had
been completed. (1993: 10) Features of 'good practice' were also identified:
careful planning, teacher involvement and the provision of activities with 'sound
educational purpose'. The general focus of these criticisms is telling here. Note,
for example ...