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Discussion in 'Trainee and student teachers' started by Laura_123, May 4, 2011.

  1. Im due to give a presentation next week about a trip to a farm to do with the eyfs stage...i need to plan a weeks worth of lessons.....how do i find my specific learning objectives? do i just take them from the eyfs profile assessment grid? and can i teach science maths etc? because other people have said in the eyfs they dont do science...when i thought they did like floating and sinking.
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  2. Kartoshka

    Kartoshka Established commenter

    Yes, use the Early Learning Goals from the EYFS to help you with your learning objectives. There are six sections of the EYFS so you'll need to think about covering each of those in the week's worth of lessons you plan. Science comes under 'Knowledge and Understanding of the World' and maths is 'Mathematical Development', so you can do something to do with those subjects; EYFS just doesn't use the subject names. Good luck!
     

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