Creative Development-Young Infants Goals: to increase creative development in young infants Materials: None Procedure: sing or chant songs or rhymes where you touch the Infant such as “this little piggy went to the market” “I’m going to get your nose “and “Hickory dickory dock” sing or hum a song while you hold the infant and move him to the rhythm of the song uch as ” rock-a bye-baby” help him to do motions to songs or rhymes Ilke ” Pat-a cake” or “Johnny hammers with one hammer” by holding him on your lap and gently moving his body Assessment: the infant enjoys the song and anticipates what’s going to happen next .
Integration: Infants learn to feel secure through close physical contact. creative Development- Mobile Infants Goals: to increase creative development in mobile infants Procedure: place the mobile intant in an upright sitting position facing you.
Place er so she is sitting between your outstretched legs so you can provide her with support for sitting if needed take her hands in yours and begin singing “Row, row, row Your Boat” as you sing rock back and forth with the infant-this will feel like you’re actually rowing a boat together Assessment: the mobile infant will rock back and forth In tune to the music with adult support Integration: For Infants who want more activity row more vigorously and make some variations such as “Row, row ,row your boat quickly down the stream faster, faster, faster now until we catch your ream. creative Development-Toddlers Goals: To Increase Creative Development Materials: large sheet of newsprint, water based markers, large crayons, and large chalk Procedure: cover a table with paper; tape It down. Be sure each toddler has space to draw with marker. crayons, and chalk while encouraging him to be part of a group. Make the picture have a theme and have the toddlers’ scribble something related to that theme. It toddlers’ desire, label the scribble and write what they say about it. Assessment: the toddler will place a mark on the group paper.
Integration: Leave the paper out long enough so that toddlers can leave and come back. Young toddlers otten will leave an activity and return to it later. Compentecy goal II By mswatts09 Competency Goal II Describe Nine Learning Experiences That Promote Physical, Procedure: sing or chant songs or rhymes where you touch the infant such as “this such as ” rock-a bye-baby’ help him todo motions to songs or rhymes like ” Pat-a going to happen next . Integration: infants learn to feel secure through close Creative Development- Mobile Infants
Procedure: place the mobile infant in an upright sitting position facing you. Place forth in tune to the music with adult support Integration: For Infants who want your boat quickly down the stream ,faster, faster, faster now until we catch your Creative Development-Toddlers chalk Procedure: cover a table with paper; tape it down. Be sure each toddler has space to draw with marker, crayons, and chalk while encouraging him to be part of a related to that theme. If toddlers’ desire, label the scribble and write what they say toddlers often will leave an activity and return to it later.
If race is not biological–that is, if racial difference is not innate–then our ideologies and institutions have to produce, reproduce, and naturalize race as a meaningful distinction that justifies an unequal stratification system. According to Bonilla-Silva, these ideologies, social practices, and social relations constitute our “racial ideology.”
So what is our racial ideology? That is, how does the US continue to make race real? Why do you think that racial division and race-based stratification is so enduring?