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Old 03-07-2012, 03:50 PM
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General question CYP3.1 Transitions? help please!

Hi,

Please can anyone give me a few examples of intellectual transitions for any age group?
I am not really sure of this term and my tutor was not much help either, so I am relying on you lovely people please

Just this unit and positive outcomes and I will be finished yeay!

Its unit 3.1 - Assignment 023 Task E
The question reads Give one specific example of transition and how you support children through it in their lives for each of the five age groups listed below:

there then follows a table with the headings
Emotional transition, Effects of transisiton, benefits of positive relationship
0-3, 3-7, 7-12, 12-16, 16-19
There is a table like this for
Emotional, Physical, Physiological and Intellectual transitions.
So I need to give 20 examples in total - for for each age group within each type of transition.


thanks in advance
Clare
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Old 03-07-2012, 06:28 PM
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We had intellectual as
starting school
changing school
starting college/uni/work
hope that helps
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Old 03-07-2012, 08:19 PM
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Hi

Here is a list of transitions see what age group you could fit these in:

External.
Home to Nursery/child minder.
Home to boarding school.
Child minder to school/nursery.
Nursery to nursery.
Nursery to special school.
Special school to special school.
Special school to first/middle/high school.
Nursery to first school.
First school to middle school.
First/middle/high school to middle school.
Middle school to high school.
High school to college.
College to university.
University /high school to work.
Placed with a new carer/foster/adoption/care home.
Any language barriers/culture differences.
Alongside to social interaction.
Moving Home.
Moving locations.
Job to job.
Healthcare person to a different healthcare person.
Teacher to a new teacher.
Admission into an institution/young offender.
Moving out of parents home.

Internal.
Giving birth.
Baby to toddler.
Toddler to child.
Child to teenager.
Teenager to adult.
Adult to parent.
Being fit and well to being ill.
Being ill to being fit and well.
Nursery from one room to another or downstairs to upstairs.
From class to class.
New teacher.
Death of a loved one or someone special.
Illness to a loved one or someone special.
Changing friendships.
Changes to family structure e.g. new baby.
Puberty/changes to your body.
Terrible twos.
Becoming a teenager.
Going to live with relatives.
Parents/carers changing jobs.
Good behaviour to unacceptable behaviour.
Changes to your daily routines.
Long term medical condition.


hope it gives you a few more ideas.

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