ORGANISING CHILD CARE SERVICES (ACC-1)
Course Code: ACC-1
Assignment Code: ACC-1/Assignt-1/TMA-1/2019-20
For July 2019 admission: Last Date of Submission: 30th March, 2020
For January 2020 admission: Last Date of Submission: 30th October, 2020
Total Marks: 100
|Title Name||ACC-01 Application Oriented Courses Solved Assignment 2019-20|
|Service Type||Solved Assignment (Soft copy/PDF)|
|Course||BA(Application Oriented Courses)|
|Semester||2019-2020 Course: BA(Application Oriented Courses)|
|Short Name||ACC-01 (ENGLISH)|
|Product||Assignment of BA(Application Oriented Courses) 2019-2020 (IGNOU)|
|Submission Date||before March 31th, 2029 for the session July, 2019 and
before September 30th, 2020 for the session January 2020
Answer all questions.
1. State whether the following statements are true or false. Give reasons for the same.
i) Since young children cannot draw, the preschool teacher should ask them to copy a drawing
she has made on the blackboard.
ii) Effective story narration is possible only when the teacher uses aids for storytelling like
puppets or masks or flash cards.
iii) Infants begin to show the ability to experiment by 18 months of age.
iv) Preschool children cannot conserve.
v) The chief purpose of assessing children’s learning and progress is to identify
children who are intelligent and those who are weak. (3 x 5 = 15 marks)
2. Explain in detail the importance of providing preschool education to children in the
age group 3 to 6 years. (5 marks)
3. Describe five behaviors of a one year old child which give evidence of the child’s
thinking abilities. Discuss how caregivers can promote cognitive development of
children during the first two years of life? (5 + 5)
4. Describe one play activity each that you will carry out to promote the development of the
a) Ability to classify in 5 year olds
b) Listening skills of 3 year olds
c) Altruism and empathy in 4 year olds
d) Eye-hand coordination of 2 year olds
e) Imagination of 5 year olds
For each activity, mention its content and material(s) required, if any. (3 x 5 = 15 marks)
5. What points you would keep in mind when organizing the indoor space in a child
care centre ? (5 marks)
6. Discuss the attitudes and qualities which are necessary for working as an early
childhood educator? (10 marks)
In this Section you are expected to do any one of the practical exercises related to observing
children. Choose any exercise out of exercises 4, 6 and 7 described in the Practical Manual of
this course i.e., ACC-1 and submit it to the counsellor for evaluation.
It would be useful for you if you were to do all the three exercises. This would give you practice in
observing children, recording your observations and interpreting them.You can then choose the exercise
which you feel you have done the best and submit it for evaluation.
The marking instructions for the exercises are as follows :
Exercise 4 Total marks: 20
Break-up of marks : Observing the child and the parents and recording the observations 10
Analysis of observations and conclusions 10
Exercise 6 Total marks: 20
Break-up of marks : Observing the child and recording the observations 10
Analysis of observations and conclusions 10
Exercise 7 Total marks: 20
Break-up of marks : Carrying out activities related to matching and conservation and
recording observations 5 + 5
Analysis of observations and conclusions related to matching and
conservation 5 + 5
SECTION C 20 Marks
In this Section you are expected to do any one of the practical exercises related to planning play
activities for children and conducting them. These are Practical Exercise numbers 5, 8 and 9,
described in the Practical Manual of this course i.e, ACC-1. Choose any one of the exercises
and submit it to the counselor for evaluation.
It would be useful for you if you were to do all the three exercises. This would give you practice in planning
and organizing play activities.You can then choose the exercise which you feel you have done the best and
submit it for evaluation.
The marking instructions for the exercises are as follows:
Exercise 5 Total marks: 20
Break-up of marks:
Playing with the infant with the toy that has been made, and recording the observations 10
Evaluating the play activity and writing the conclusions 10
Exercise 8 Total marks: 20
Break-up of marks : Planning the two activities : 5 + 5
Carrying out the two activities and analysing and evaluating them: 5 + 5
Exercise 9 Total marks: 20
Break-up of marks : Describing the festival 2
Suggesting re-organization of the room 6
Scheduling activities over a week 6
Brief description of scheduled activities 6
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