Kyla is eight years old. She is often late for school, she is sleepy in class and often doesn’t..

Scenario 1:
Kyla is eight years old. She is often late for school, she is sleepy in class and often doesn’t seem to
comprehend what is being said. She never finishes any class activities. Other students think she is
weird, and say she has irregular features.
School of Education EST 200 Assignment 2
Scenario 2:
Brynne was a bright, helpful student and received an excellent report in Year 7. In Year 8 she became
rude and rebellious in class, but still received top marks.
Scenario 3:
Sando is from a non-English speaking background. Some teachers complain that he won’t speak in
class or look at them, and he puts very little effort into tests and assignments. Other students like him,
and he can be a clown in the school yard. He produced accurate scale drawings before making a model
boat in woodwork.
Scenario 4:
The lesson before or after lunch in Middle School.
Scenario 5:
JoJo is enrolled in kinder each day but doesn’t always attend and there is always a tantrum when Mum
leaves. She sometimes stays longer and other times she is quick to leave. JoJo has angry outbursts
most days and seems happiest in the Director’s office.
Scenario 6:
During the double lesson on Friday afternoon it is nothing but hair, makeup and gossip from the girls,
and the boys seem to want to wreck everything, including each other – and I have to get through the
curriculum.
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Assignment 2 From a choice of given scenarios students will write a response drawing from three developmental themes to explain the behavior and justify their response to the scenario. This is a rich task where the scenarios require participants to reflect upon their practicum experiences to select one that is familiar. Knowledge and understanding of research into how students learn that has been covered Description/Focus: in the course is to be linked in a practical way to the scenario. The sociocultural underpinnings of learning that have been explored in the previous assessments will also inform the response. This will be explained and analysed in light of three aspects of child and adolescent development and these will be then used to inform and justify a proposed response. Value: 75% Due Date: Week 12, Friday by midnight Length: 2,000 words Relates Learning Unit Outcomes 1,2,3,4,5 Outcomes AITSL 1.2 Scenario Choose one scenario below and develop your response that draws on at least three of the themes in this course: ? Cognitive development ? Moral development ? Memory ? Intelligence ? Language acquisition ? Social and emotional well-being ? Physical development, sex difference and gender roles ? Family, peers, media and schooling. Scenario 1: Kyla is eight years old. She is often late for school, she is sleepy in class and often doesn’t seem to comprehend what is being said. She never finishes any class activities. Other students think she is weird, and say she has irregular features. School of Education EST 200 Assignment 2Scenario 2: Brynne was a bright, helpful student and received an excellent report in Year 7. In Year 8 she became rude and rebellious in class, but still received top marks. Scenario 3: Sando is from a non-English speaking background. Some teachers complain that he won’t speak in class or look at them, and he puts very little effort into tests and assignments. Other students like him, and he…