Essay about Rakhlin Gary 16772625 EDE102 Assignment

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Student details
Name
Gary Rakhlin
Course
Bachelor of Education, Early Childhood
Unit details
Unit code
EDE 102
Unit name
Pedagogy and Play (Birth to 5 years)
Unit lecturer or tutor
Brooke Fraser-Dewar
Assignment details
Topic

Assessment 1
Design, conduct and report on interviews with parents
Due date
30-09-2013
Word count
2,336
Extension granted
□ No □ Yes
Extension date

Is this a resubmission?
□ No □ Yes
Resubmission date

Declaration
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Name/signature
Gary Rakhlin
Date: 30-09-13

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: Pedagogy and Play (birth – 5 years)
Assessment Task 1 - 50 marks
Design, conduct and report on interviews: Parents’ Perspectives on Children’s Play
Task: This task requires you interview parents of young children and report on their views on children’s play.

Content
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CR
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HD
Quality of Interview
(including quality of questions)
Interview ineffective: questions not addressed and/or recorded effectively. Ineffective listening and questioning skills.
(0-2.4)
Sufficient interview: some relevant information collected using appropriate methods for data collection. Evidence of effective listening and questioning skills.
(2.5-2.9)
Satisfactory interview: relevant information collected using appropriate methods for data collection. Evidence of effective and attentive listening and questioning skills.
(3-3.4)
Comprehensive interview: relevant and comprehensive information collected using effective and appropriate methods for data collection. Evidence of excellent listening and questioning skills.
(3.5-3.9)
Thorough and original interview: comprehensive and original information collected through creative use of data collection methods. Evidence of outstanding listening and questioning skills.
(4-5)
Quality of interpretation (analysis of parents’ views on play)
Insufficient and/ or irrelevant discussion and analysis.
(0-7.4)
Basic analysis and discussion, demonstrating limited understanding of theories and concepts.
(7.5-8.9)
Satisfactory discussion and analysis, demonstrating understanding of concepts and an ability to use theory as a basis for interpretation.
(9-10.4)
Comprehensive and relevant analysis and discussion, demonstrating effective understanding of concepts and a strong ability to use theory as a basis for interpretation.
(10.5-11.9)
Comprehensive, relevant and insightful analysis and discussion, demonstrating originality and a very strong ability to apply and extend theory.
(12-13-14-15)
Evidence of unit readings
Few and/ or ineffective links to readings.
(0-7.4)
Over-reliance on a limited set of readings.
(7.5-8.9)
Evidence of a range of unit readings. Satisfactory links to and consideration of the readings.
(9-10.4)
Evidence of a wide range of unit readings. Relevant and clear links to and consideration of the readings.
(10.5-11.9)
Comprehensive, relevant & insightful links to and consideration of the readings, including information from a range of relevant sources.
((12-13-14-15)
Personal Literacy
Not at acceptable academic standard.
(0-4.9)
Work is acceptably sourced but improvement is necessary in…