Block Plan and Environmental Support Plan Homework
Assignment ID Number AFFGEHU83939HD Type of Document Essay Writing Format APA/MLA/Harvard Academic Level Masters/University References/Sources 4 References
Block Plan and Environmental Support Plan Culturally Relevant and Anti-Bias Please note this still needs to be creative, has visual appeal, have graphics, have color, extra.
You will make a week long preschool block plan, and a Environmental Support Plan Culturally Relevant and Anti-Bias
These items should be 2 pages each so they will be labeled as Items. i attached a sample of the block plan and antii bias The block plan ,and cultturally environmental anti
bias support plan starts on slide 17 thru 22 . The block plan and support plan should look like the sample provided .Your Block plan, and culturally relevant anti bias should
look like sense sample but should be different. The block plan should have a preschool feelings theme including the activities . The lock plan and support plan should be
developmentally appropiate for preschool children ages 3 and 4 .Your will use the drdp 2015 attached. You will use the book Derman- Sparks, L., & Olsen Edwards, J.
(2010). Anti-Bias Education for Young Children and Ourselves. Washington, DC: NAEYC. I do not have the book.
Below are the books to read Please include these books in the block plan..
Books to read
Bang, Molly. When Sophie Gets Angry Really, Really Angry
Cain, Janan. The Way I Feel.
Curtis, Jamie Lee.Today I Feel Silly & Other Moods That Make My Day.
Dewdney, Anna. Llama Llama Mad at Mama.
Dr. Seuss. My Many Colored Days.
Must assumable the following: you will discuss the following in your write up:
Item: Environmental Support Plan Culturally Relevant and Anti-Bias
Item: Block/Week-long Plan
Submit a week long plan but 1-day is in detail- plan using the weekly/Block plan Activity Lesson plan form…
Environment Support Written Curriculum Planning Culturally Relevant and Anti-Bias: Written and Block Plan (see below for the Block Plan)
Student will develop a weeklong, block plan, of linguistically and culturally relevant and anti-bias activities using Weekly Linguistically and Culturally Relevant and Anti-Bias
Curriculum Planning Form. In the week form, student will plan activities that are based on the theme and that reflect childrens cultural, family, and community
experiences and home language as well as individual interests and developmental needs. In addition, students will be including books that he/she will be reading (2-3
books per day taken from above list) in the form. The planning sheet should show the routine/scheduled activities, DRDP (brief developmental focus) and Anti-bias area(s)
of the activities. In addition to weeklong block plan, student will plan one activity from each curriculum area, planning a detail/specific lesson.
Please note that one day needs to have details- as if you would provide a substitute so they would know what to do:
The curriculum area consists of:
Language and Literacy skills; Creativity; Cognitive (math/science); Music/Movement; Social/emotional; Outdoor Physical (gross/fine); Food experiences; Social Studies
See below for format.
ANTI-BIAS AREA– ABBREVIATIONS:
AB: Ability FC: Family composition
AG: Age GEN: Gender
AP: Appearance R: Race
BEL: Belief SX: Sexuality
CLS: Class ALL: All Anti-Bias Areas
Sample of Anti-Bias skills(s):
To foster familiarity with different in skin color; ability; age (AB; AG; R)
To promote respect for human diversity (Cul; R; G; AG; AP; AB)
To strengthen self-esteem and self-identify (AB; BEL)
To encourage children to act on behalf of others
To encourage cooperation and teamwork
To respect gender equity
To challenge gender stereotyping
To value uniqueness of ones own family and others families (CUL; G)
To value uniqueness of self and others (R; CUL; G: AB; AP)
To strengthen basic understanding of self in relation to family (FC)
To increase ability to label feelings and emotions (CUL)
Linguistically and Culturally Relevant and Anti-Bias Curriculum Planning Form
Literature and Theme based plan (Block Plan)
Note: In the boxes fill in possible linguistically, culturally relevant/anti-bias activities with appropriate DRDP measures and Anti-Bias area(s) for each part of your daily
schedule. You may follow VVC-CDC State preschool Daily Routine Format.
This is just an idea/sample
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