study of the social skills used by preschool children in a natural setting.
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Published by NELP .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Sc. Educ. Psych.) - North East London Polytechnic, Psychology Department, 1983.

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Open LibraryOL22194342M

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Social stories: These are stories which are used to teach children specific social skills that they may find difficult to understand or are confusing. The goal of the story is to increase the child’s understanding by describing in detail a specific situation and suggesting an appropriate social response. Early childhood educators may capitalize on these interests and carefully plan a variety of experiences with social studies in mind, cultivating and extending young children’s diverse skills and abilities to form and voice opinions, identify and solve problems, negotiate roles, perceive diversity and inequality, and recognize the consequences of their decisions and behaviors on others. Preschool is a safe, caring community with an orderly routine, and each child is valued as an individual. Everything in the classroom lends itself to learning the concepts underlying social studies. When children play pretend games or build with blocks, and work together in small groups on class projects, they learn to accept differences, deal. A. forcing children to sit on the potty many times a day starting after their second birthday B. making children feel ashamed of wearing diapers C. following the child's own readiness and willingness to learn D. None of these answers is correct.