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Definitions:

1.
Child-centered program model-
a curriculum format that allows
children of an opportunity to do self-selected activities.
2.
Adult-centered program model-
a more structured curriculum
format that includes a high level of adult direction.
3.
Unit-based program model-
a curriculum format that revolves
around curriculum themes that reflect the children's interests.
Questions:
1. They are likely to experience loneliness and unhealthy fears. They
are also more likely to lack physical exercise and have poor nutritional
habits.
2. - Caring, well-trained staff members
- Well-organized space with room for active play, quiet play, and
interest centers
- Curriculum based on the childrens ages, abilities, interests, and
needs
- Parent involvement to achieve shared goals for the children
3. -
Child-based program model:
Staff members encourage
childrens involvement by serving as facilitators and resource
persons.
- Adult-centered program model:
The curriculum includes
recreation and tutoring programs.
- Unit-based program model:
Staff members offer a variety of
cooking, science, music, and art activities that relate to the theme.
4. Studies show that appropriate adult-child ratios and small group
size improve program quality.
5. Five characteristics of staff members: