TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase ICT in the Foundation Phase

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TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase ICT in the Foundation Phase Slide 2 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase The non-statutory Skills Framework has been developed in order to provide guidance about continuity and progression in skills for children and learners from 319. Children should acquire, develop, practise, apply and refine their skills through group and individual tasks in a variety of contexts across the areas of learning. Progress can be seen in terms of the refinement of these skills and by their application to tasks that move from: concrete to abstract; simple to complex; personal to the big picture; familiar to unfamiliar; and supported to independent and interdependent. Thinking Skills planning, developing and reflecting. Communication Skills oracy, reading, writing, and wider communication. ICT creating, presenting and developing information and ideas. Number using mathematical information, calculating and interpreting and presenting results. Developing Skills across the curriculum Slide 3 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Areas of Learning Personal and Social Development, Well-Being and Cultural Diversity Language, Literacy and Communication Skills Mathematical Development Welsh Language Development Knowledge and Understanding of the World Physical Development Creative Development. Slide 4 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Play is about children learning through perseverance, attention to detail, and concentration characteristics usually associated with work. Play is not only crucial to how children become self-aware and the way in which they learn the rules of social behaviour; it is also fundamental to intellectual development. Personal and Social Development Well-Being and Cultural Diversity These qualities can be also be applied to childrens use of ICT. e.g. enthusiasm to succeed and rewards for success paying attention to detail, e.g. using digital microscopes taking turns at the computer sharing tasks, and helping each other at the computer discussing how to solve problems. Personal Development Skills Experiment with new learning opportunities including ICT Slide 5 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase They should be encouraged to listen and respond to others, to the variety of life experiences that their peers bring to the learning environment and to a range of stimuli, including audio-visual material and ICT interactive software. Language, Literacy and Communication Skills Oracy: Children should be given opportunities to experience a range of stimuli including media and ICT texts, such as childrens TV programmes and animated tales on CD. Reading: Children should be given opportunities to experience and respond to a wide range of print and fonts that include information, reference and non-literary texts, including print and computer-based materials. Slide 6 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Language, Literacy and Communication Skills Language, Literacy and Communication Skills Speaking and Listening Slide 7 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Language, Literacy and Communication Skills Writing: The Foundation Phase should enable children to enjoy experimenting with written communication and make progress in their ability to.... organise and present imaginative and factual writing in different ways, e.g. a cumulative pattern in a poem, a list of ingredients for a cake, helpful to the purpose, task and reader, using ICT as appropriate, and incorporating some of the different characteristics of forms that are used. plan and review their writing, assembling and developing their ideas on paper, using ICT as appropriate, and presenting their writing clearly and neatly in order to communicate their meaning effectively. Slide 8 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Language, Literacy and Communication Skills Slide 9 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Language, Literacy and Communication Skills Slide 10 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Language, Literacy and Communication Skills Slide 11 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Language, Literacy and Communication Skills Slide 12 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Children sort, match, sequence and compare objects and events, and create simple patterns and relationships. They use appropriate mathematical language to explain their reasoning, and present their work in a variety of ways using objects, pictures, diagrams, words, symbols and ICT. Mathematical Development Mathematical Skills: Throughout the Foundation Phase, children should be given opportunities to: use calculators and computer software, both as a means of exploring number and as tools for calculating with realistic data. represent collected data in a variety of ways. Slide 13 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Mathematical Development Handling data: Collect, represent and interpret data, using ICT at times: sorting and classifying sets of objects using one or more criteria collecting and organising information in purposeful contexts. representing collected data initially using real objects, pictures or diagrams, progressing to a variety of simple charts, graphs, diagrams, tables or databases. extracting and interpreting information from a variety of simple charts, graphs, diagrams, tables or databases. Slide 14 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Mathematical Development Slide 15 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Mathematical Development www.interactive-resources.co.uk Slide 16 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Mathematical Development Slide 17 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Mathematical Development Slide 18 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Mathematical Development Slide 19 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Reading: Children should be given opportunities to: use listening centres/tape recorders to listen to and follow a story using tapes and books read and make use, for different purposes, of a variety of printed and ICT resources sequencing pictures, events and celebrations, for example pictures and ICT programs Oracy: Children should view and listen carefully to a variety of visual and audio-visual stimuli Use ICT, such as taping childrens voices/conversations and playing them back to them for discussion. During the Foundation Phase, children should learn to use and communicate in Welsh to the best of their ability. They should listen to a range of stimuli, including audio-visual material and ICT interactive software in Welsh. Welsh Language Development Slide 20 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Welsh Language Development Writing Skills: Activities undertaken throughout the Foundation Phase in Welsh should enable children to enjoy experimenting with written communication and to make progress in their ability to: organise and present imaginative and factual writing in different ways, e.g. a cumulative pattern in a poem, a list of ingredients for a cake, helpful to the purpose, task and reader, using ICT as appropriate. Slide 21 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Welsh Language Development www.ngfl-cymru.org.uk Slide 22 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Children should experience the familiar world through enquiry, investigating the indoor and outdoor environment in a safe and systematic way. They should be given experiences that help them to increase their curiosity about the world around them and to begin to understand past events, people and places, living things, and the work people do. The childrens skills should be developed across all areas of learning through participation in experiential learning activities and through using sources such as stories, photographs, maps, models and ICT. Skills: To experience the familiar world through investigating the indoor and outdoor environment, children should be encouraged to be curious and find out by: sorting and grouping information using ICT on some occasions. Knowledge and Understanding of the World Slide 23 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Knowledge and Understanding of the World Throughout the Foundation Phase children should be given opportunities to... Time and People: look at different representations and interpretations of the past, e.g. different books/pictures/ICT sources about the same person or event. Places and People / Myself and Other Living Things / Myself and Non-living Things Although ICT is not specifically mentioned here there are many software packages available to develop the childrens skills and understanding of these areas. Slide 24 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Knowledge and Understanding of the World www.kented.org.uk/ngfl/games/ ngfl.northumberland.gov.uk/ict/ www.ngfl-cymru.org.uk/ Slide 25 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Knowledge and Understanding of the World ngfl.northumberland.gov.uk/ict/AAA/ My First Incredible Amazing Dictionary (Dorling Kindersley) Slide 26 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Knowledge and Understanding of the World Magic Beanbag (Sherston Software) Slide 27 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Knowledge and Understanding of the World Digital Microscope (QX5) Movie Creator (Digital Blue) Easi-scope 2 (TTS) Tuff-cam 2 (TTS) Movie Blue Snap! Video Camera Easi-view! Visualiser (TTS) Digital cameras Slide 28 TGCh yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen ICT In The Foundation Phase Children should develop their gross and fine motor skills, physical control, mobility and an awareness of space, using large and small equipment, across all areas of learning, indoors and outdoors. Physical Development Fine motor skills: Co-ordination and dexterity: Hand-eye co-ordinati