Children are connected with and contribute to their world- Children respond to diversity with respect :Discuss

PART A Aboriginal Perspectives in Early Childhood (500 words) Develop an Aboriginal perspective activity that can be utilised in an early childhood setting. You are to develop one 20 60 minute activity that teaches the children a culturally appropriate Aboriginal concept. This may include (but is not limited to) Aboriginal concepts of Dreaming, lore, values, food, shelter, animals, plants, language, community people, pedagogy, songs, dance and artists. You will need to identify the Aboriginal perspective, targeted age group and one related EYLF outcome. This activity needs to be different from the ones submitted onto our Module 3 discussion thread. I need you use this activity: We took a small group of 4 years old children to scarred tree which is located at Hide museum next door to our centre. ( check the email Scar tree located at Heide Museum We sat down around the tree and discussed with the children about: – The meaning the importance and what is significant – How The Wurundjeri people carve the tree to make a canoe to use for hunting eel and other fish from the Yarra River – How the Indigenous people used the bark to make Conoes, shelter and shields – 5 different songs ( check the email Scarred tree located at Heide Museum ) On our walk to Heide, we collect barks that had fallen from the trees. The children had used this barks to draw and recreate their own interpretation on the Scarred tree. ( We set up the table in art corner with some different colours paints for them ) If it is not clear activity, please message me. Also read the email introduce my work place to understand more Please use this EYLF Outcome :Children are connected with and contribute to their world- Children respond to diversity with respect :Children have a strong sense of identity Children learn to interact in relation to others with care, empathy and respect. NQS guiding principle: Australias Aboriginal and Tarres Strait Islanders cultures are valued throughout all education and care services. PART B Aboriginal Pedagogy in Early Childhood (500 words) Select one of the Aboriginal 8 Ways of Learning; story sharing, community links, deconstruct/reconstruct, non-linear, land links, symbols & images, non-verbal or learning maps. Identify what it is and why it is a useful strategy in the early childhood setting for all learners. You will need to select a different strategy from the Aboriginal 8 Ways of Learning to the one you selected for the Module 4 discussion thread.