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1 Chicano Studies-Child Development CS 161B Elementary Classical Nahuatl IB (3) Note: Cross listed as AIS 161B A continuation of AIS/CS 161A that reviews the phonology, mphology, syntax grammar of the Nahuatl Language, with continued emphasis on culturally relevant terminology leading to increased proficiency in expressing basic concepts both ally in writing. Child Development (CHDV) Contact the Child Development Department f further infmation. (760) , ext Office: MD-354 F transfer infmation, consult a Palomar College Counsel. Associate in Arts Degrees - AA Degree requirements are listed in Section 6 (green pages). Infant/Toddler Teacher Preschool Teacher Early Childhood Administration Early Intervention Assistant Early Intervention Teacher Wking with Families Certificates of Achievement - requirements are listed in Section 6 (green pages). Infant/Toddler Teacher Preschool Teacher Early Childhood Administration Early Intervention Assistant Early Intervention Teacher Wking with Families Certificates of Proficiency - requirements are listed in Section 6 (green pages). School Age Assistant Assistant Teacher PROGRAMS OF STUDY Child Development courses prepare students f employment as an aide, teacher, / direct in a preschool a child care center (including infant/toddler facilities), family child care providers, other Child Development careers in early childhood education fields. Courses are also appropriate f parents, nannies, recreation leaders, camp counsels, elementary school teaching assistants (some classes may be used as a foundation f elementary school teachers), social services health care practitioners, early childhood administrats, others wking with young children. Community Care Licensing State Regulations require students who wk with young children to have a minimum of 12 unit in Child Development. CHDV are required ce courses. Students can choose two other curriculum 3 unit CHDV courses to complete the 12 units. Suggested courses are CHDV 105, 125, 130, 135, 140, 185. Certificates meet the course requirements f teachers, site superviss, directs of private child care programs licensed by the Califnia State Department of Social Services (Title 22), Community Care Licensing. The program also meets the course requirements f the Child Development Permit issued by the Califnia Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Child Development programs that are state funded federally funded (Title 5 programs such as, Head Start, state preschool, etc.) follow the Child Development Permit matrix. In addition to the course wk listed in the certificate, students must have experience wking with young children in der to obtain an actual Child Development Permit from the State of Califnia. F specific questions relating to the Child Development Permit, please contact the Child Development department chair f further infmation. In der to earn any of the Child Development degrees certificates, students must achieve a minimum grade of C in each of the required courses. CHDV 121 is highly recommended f all Child Development Students. CHDV 195 is required f the Child Development Permit issued by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing f Master Teacher, Site Supervis, Program Direct permits. The Child Development Department strongly recommends students complete CHDV 100 during the fall spring semester. Assistant Teacher to individuals f a career in the field of child development. The program will give students general knowledge skills in they, principles, techniques f wking with young children in an entry level position. Certificate of PROFICIENCY CHDV 100 Child Growth Development 3 CHDV 105 Observation, Assessment, Participation 3 CHDV 105A CHDV 105B CHDV 105C Observation, Assessment, Participation Lab - Preschool 1 Observation, Assessment, Participation Lab - Infant/Toddler 1 Observation, Assessment, Participation Lab - Early Intervention 1 CHDV 115 Child, Family, Community 3 CHDV 120 Children s Health, Safety, Nutrition 3 TOTAL UNITS 16 Early Childhood Administration to individuals f a career as a direct site supervis in an early childhood setting. The program will give students general knowledge skills in they, principles, techniques f wking in an administrative position. The 48.5 units listed in this section enable students to complete an Early Childhood Administration Certificate. by completing 48.5 units f this Certificate the General Education A.A. Degree Maj CHDV 100 Child Growth Development 3 CHDV 102 Wking with Parents Families 3 CHDV 104 Guidance f Young Children 3 CHDV 105 Observation, Assessment, Participation 3 CHDV 105A Observation, Assessment, Participation Lab - Preschool 1 CHDV 105B Observation, Assessment, Participation Lab - Infant/Toddler 1 CHDV 105C Observation, Assessment, Participation Lab - Early Intervention To satisfy a prerequisite, the student must have earned a letter grade of A, B, C CR in the prerequisite course, unless otherwise stated. See Catalog addendum at f updates new program approvals.

2 Child Development CHDV 108 Developmentally Appropriate Principles Practices 1 CHDV 115 Child, Family, Community 3 CHDV 120 Children s Health, Safety, Nutrition 3 CHDV 150* Advanced Administration f Early Childhood Directs 3 CHDV 152 Environmental Rating Scale f Childhood Settings 1.5 CHDV 155* Advanced Supervision f Early Childhood Directs 3 CHDV 174 Policies, Politics, Ethnics in Child Development 1 CHDV 195 Adult Supervision/Ment Teacher Preparation 3 CHDV 200 Program Supervised Experiences in Early Childhood 3 CHDV 200A CHDV 200B CHDV 200C Program Supervised Lab Experiences in a Preschool/Early Childhood Setting 2 Program Supervised Lab Experiences in an Infant/Toddler Setting 2 Program Supervised Lab Experiences in an Inclusive Setting 2 TOTAL UNITS 48.5 * CHDV courses are administration courses required f direct positions in licensed child care facilities through Community Care Licensing. Recommended Electives, CHDV 121, CHDV 197A, CHDV 197B, CHDV 197C, CHDV 197D, CHDV 295 Early Intervention Assistant This program includes a selection of courses that provide academic preparation f a career in wking with typically developing children children with disabilities (birth to 5 years) in inclusive settings. This program will give students general knowledge skills in they, principles, techniques f wk in inclusive settings. The 28 units listed in this section enable students to complete an Early Intervention Assistant. Students also have the option to earn an Associate in Arts degree in Child Development by completing the 28 units f this Certificate the General Education A.A. Degree Maj CHDV 100 Child Growth Development 3 CHDV 103 Infant Toddler Development 3 CHDV 104 Guidance f Young Children 3 CHDV 105 Observation, Assessment, Participation 3 CHDV 105C* Observation, Assessment, Participation Lab - Early Intervention 1 CHDV 112 Early Intervention Inclusion 3 CHDV 115 Child, Family, Community 3 CHDV 120 Children s Health, Safety, Nutrition 3 TOTAL UNITS 28 * CHDV 105C placement f observation must be in a classroom with children with identified disabilities IFSP IEP. Early Intervention Teacher This program includes a selection of courses that provide academic preparation f a teaching career in wking with typically developing children children with disabilities (birth to 5 years) in inclusive settings. This program will give students general knowledge skills in they, principles, techniques f wk in inclusive settings. The 43.5 units listed in this section enable students to complete an Early Intervention Teacher. Students also have the option to earn an Associate in Arts degree in Child Development by completing the 43.5 units f this Certificate the General Education A.A. Degree Maj CHDV 100 Child Growth Development 3 CHDV 103 Infant Toddler Development 3 CHDV 104 Guidance f Young Children 3 CHDV 105 Observation, Assessment, Participation 3 CHDV 105C* Observation, Assessment, Participation Lab - Early Intervention 1 CHDV 106 Infant Toddler Care Curriculum 3 CHDV 108 Developmentally Appropriate Principles Practices 1 CHDV 112 Early Intervention Inclusion 3 CHDV 115 Child, Family, Community 3 CHDV 120 Children s Health, Safety, Nutrition 3 CHDV 142 Using Sign in the Early Childhood Setting.5 CHDV 200+ Program Supervised Experiences in Early Childhood 3 CHDV 200C* Program Supervised Lab Experiences in an Inclusive Setting 2 TOTAL UNITS 43.5 * CHDV 105C CHDV 200C placement f observation supervised field experience must be in a classroom with children with identified disabilities IFSP IEP. + CHDV 200 should be taken in the last semester f this certificate A.A. degree maj program. Infant/Toddler Teacher to individuals f a teaching career to wk with infants toddlers (birth to 36 months) in early childhood settings. The program will give students the general knowledge skills in they, principles, techniques f this specialized group of children. The 43.5 units listed in this section enable students to complete an Infant/Toddler Teacher Certificate. by completing 43.5 units f this Certificate the General Education 137

3 Child Development A.A. Degree Maj CHDV 100 Child Growth Development 3 CHDV 103 Infant Toddler Development 3 CHDV 104 Guidance f Young Children 3 CHDV 105 Observation, Assessment, Participation 3 CHDV 105B** Observation, Assessment, Participation Lab - Infant/Toddler 1 CHDV 106 Infant Toddler Care Curriculum 3 CHDV 115 Child, Family, Community 3 CHDV 120 Children s Health, Safety, Nutrition 3 CHDV 152# Environmental Rating Scale f Childhood Settings 1.5 CHDV 200+ Program Supervised Experiences in Early Childhood 3 CHDV 200B** Program Supervised Lab Experiences in an Infant/Toddler Setting 2 Electives (select 6 units) CHDV 101 Foundations of Child Development 3 CHDV 102 Wking with Parents Families 3 CHDV 108 Developmentally Appropriate Principles Practices 1 CHDV 142 Using Sign in the Early Childhood Setting.5 CHDV 144 / COMM 144 Expling the Effects of Media on Young Children.5 CHDV 174 Policies, Politics, Ethics in Child Development 1 TOTAL UNITS 43.5 ** CHDV 105B 200B placement f observation supervised field experience must be in a classroom with infants toddlers. # CHDV 152 students must complete the Infant/Toddler Rating Scale (ITERS-R). + CHDV 200 should be taken in the last semester f this certificate A.A. degree maj program. Preschool Teacher to individuals f a career as a preschool teacher in an early childhood setting. The program will give students general knowledge skills in they, principles, techniques f wking with young children. The 43.5 units listed in this section enable students to complete a Preschool Teacher Certificate. by completing 43.5 units f this Certificate the General Education A.A. Degree Maj CHDV 100 Child Growth Development 3 CHDV 101 Foundations of Child Development 3 CHDV 104 Guidance f Young Children 3 CHDV 105 Observation, Assessment, Participation 3 CHDV 105A** Observation, Assessment, Participation Lab - Preschool 1 CHDV 115 Child, Family, Community 3 CHDV 120 Children s Health, Safety, Nutrition 3 CHDV 152# Environmental Rating Scale f Childhood Settings 1.5 CHDV 200+ Program Supervised Experiences in Early Childhood 3 CHDV 200A** Program Supervised Lab Experiences in a Preschool/Early Childhood Setting 2 Electives (Choose 9 units from the following) CHDV 125 Art in Early Childhood 3 CHDV 130 Math Science in Early Childhood 3 CHDV 135 Music Creative Movement in Early Childhood 3 CHDV 140 Children s Literature Language Development 3 TOTAL UNITS 43.5 ** CHDV 105A 200A placement f observation supervised field experience must be in a classroom with preschool age children. # CHDV 152 students must complete the Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale (ECERS-R). + CHDV 200 should be taken in the last semester f this certificate A.A. degree maj program. School Age Assistant to individuals f a career wking with school age children in befe after school enrichment programs. The program will give students general knowledge skills in they, principles, techniques f wking with school age children in an entry level position. certificate of proficiency CHDV 100 Child Growth Development 3 CHDV 104 Guidance f Young Children 3 CHDV 115 Child, Family, Community 3 CHDV 180 Understing Wking with the School-Age Child 3 CHDV 190 Curriculum f the School-Aged Child 3 TOTAL UNITS 15 Wking with Families to individuals f a career in wking with families in an early childhood environment. The program will give students general knowledge skills in they, principles, techniques f wking with young children families. The 34 units listed in this section enable students to complete a Wking with Families Certificate. by completing 34 units f this Certificate the General Education A.A. Degree Maj CHDV 100 Child Growth Development 3 CHDV 101 Foundations of Child Development 3 CHDV 102 Wking with Parents Families 3 CHDV 104 Guidance f Young Children To satisfy a prerequisite, the student must have earned a letter grade of A, B, C CR in the prerequisite course, unless otherwise stated. See Catalog addendum at f updates new program approvals.

4 Child Development CHDV 105 Observation, Assessment, Participation 3 CHDV 105A CHDV 105B CHDV 105C Observation, Assessment, Participation Lab - Preschool 1 Observation, Assessment, Participation Lab - Infant/Toddler 1 Observation, Assessment, Participation Lab - Early Intervention 1 CHDV 115 Child, Family, Community 3 Electives ( select 6 units) CHDV 108 Developmentally Appropriate Principles Practices 1 CHDV 125 Art in Early Childhood 3 CHDV 130 Math Science in Early Childhood 3 CHDV 135 Music Creative Movement in Early Childhood 3 CHDV 140 Children s Literature Language Development 3 CHDV 144/ COMM 144 Expling the Effects of Media on Young Children.5 CHDV 174 Policies, Politics, Ethics in Child Development 1 TOTAL UNITS 34 COURSE OFFERINGS CHDV 100 Child Growth Development (3) ; UC A broad overview of human development, both typical atypical development, from conception through adolescence with an emphasis on physical, cognitive, psychosocial needs, with research theies applied to modern society. Extensive infmation to assist in understing human growth development. CHDV 101 Foundations of Child Development (3) Introduction to child development designed to familiarize students with the histy development of the field. Topics covered will include they, philosophy, trends, career opptunities, legal requirements, qualifications, roles responsibilities of teachers; communication with families, co-wkers, employers; discussion of ethics, politics, current issues trends in child development. CHDV 102 Wking with Parents Families (3) Assists teachers child care providers in developing a family centered approach to parent involvement. Exples different kinds of families, wking with families of diverse cultures families with children with special needs. Includes communication skills, home visits, conferences, group meetings, stages of parenting. CHDV 103 Infant Toddler Development (3) A study of the process of human development from conception to 36 months of age, as influenced by heredity, society, human interaction, with implications f guidance. Prenatal development the birth process are examined. In addition to typical atypical developmental milestones in all domains, a focus on attachment in relation to development is emphasized. CHDV 104 Guidance f Young Children (3) Designed to increase understing of children s behavi. Exples effective techniques f dealing with issues including separation, peer interaction, fears, frustrations aggression. Emphasizes teaching children pro-social interactions, self control, decision making skills. Focuses on understing behavi as communication expression of needs. Strategies f environmental controls f behavi are emphasized. CHDV 105 Observation, Assessment, Participation (3) Prerequisite: A minimum grade of C in CHDV 100 Cequisite: CHDV 105A, 105B, 105C Recommended preparation: ENG 50 Students will analyze developmentally appropriate child development practices by observing recding behavis of children of various ages: infant/toddler, preschool, early elementary, in early intervention settings.techniques, methods ganization of factual infmation concerning the young child will be implemented. CHDV 105A Observation, Assessment, Participation Lab - Preschool (1) 3 hours labaty Prerequisite: A minimum grade of C in CHDV 105, concurrent enrollment in CHDV 105 Designed to give students direct experience in observing recding children s behavis in a preschool equivalent early childhood setting. Participating wking directly with young children in a preschool classroom equivalent setting is required. Labaty experience will be completed at one of the Palomar College Child Development Centers on campus with a department approved Califnia Ment Teacher. CHDV 105B Observation, Assessment, Participation Lab - Infant/Toddler (1) 3 hours labaty Prerequisite: A minimum grade of C in CHDV 105, concurrent enrollment in CHDV 105 Designed to give students direct experience through observing recding children s behavis in an infant / toddler setting. Participating wking directly with infants / toddlers in a classroom is required. Labaty experience will be completed at one of the Palomar College Child Development Centers on campus with a department approved Califnia Ment Teacher. CHDV 105C Observation, Assessment, Participation Lab - Early Intervention (1) 3 hours labaty Prerequisite: A minimum grade of C in CHDV 105, concurrent enrollment in CHDV 105 Designed to give students direct experience through observing recding children s behavis in an early childhood inclusive setting. Participating wking directly with children with special needs in a classroom is required. Labaty experience will be completed at one of the Palomar College Child Development Centers on campus with a department approved Califnia Ment Teacher. CHDV 106 Infant Toddler Care Curriculum (3) Recommended preparation: CHDV 103 A survey of program activity planning f infants toddlers (birth to 36 months) in child care programs, emphasizing the role of the environment on behavi, attachment, development. Strategies f wking with parents, observation assessment skills the need f professional development will be expled. Concepts of effective practice f infant toddler care with an emphasis on communication, cultural differences, problem-solving, providing an appropriate nurturing environment f children of all ability levels. 139

5 Child Development CHDV 108 Developmentally Appropriate Principles Practices (1) 1 hour lecture This course is designed to introduce Developmentally Appropriate Practices Early Learning Stards. A focus will be placed on current best practices in curriculum activities, methods, materials appropriate f planning a program f young children. Techniques f incpating Early Learning Stards into Developmentally Appropriate curriculum will be expled. CHDV 110 Introduction to Special Education (3) Provides an overview of special education in the United States, including the histical antecedents, legislation, disability categies covered by IDEA. Discussion of societal, family, classroom issues relevant to children with special needs. Focus on fostering understing respect f people with differences, their families, the professionals that serve them. CHDV 112 Early Intervention Inclusion (3) Recommended preparation: CHDV 110 This course focuses on the theies, research, practical applications of special education in an early childhood setting, specifically with children from birth to age 8. Topics covered will include curriculum modification accommodation strategies to facilitate the development of cognitive, mot, social, emotional, language skills in infants, toddlers, young children with disabilities. Specific emphasis will be placed on developing classroom behavi management plans, collabative teaching strategies, understing the IFSP IEP process as it relates to early childlhood, methods f wking with professionals in the field as well as the families of children with special needs. CHDV 115 Child, Family, Community (3) The study of the child in relation to the family, school, community; family relationships; facts affecting parental attitudes; values of individuals families. Focus on understing the holistic approach to child development, including they practice. CHDV 120 Children s Health, Safety, Nutrition (3) Physical, psychosocial, mental health including preventative treatment measures. Emphasis is placed on development of understing practices of preventative health systems including sanitary food hling, child nutrition, child abuse, emergency preparedness evacuation. Health assessments the changing of health behavis are stressed. Students will create, assess monit safe indo outdo environments f children. Focus is on children birth to age 8. CHDV 121 Pediatric CPR First Aid (.5) ½ hour lecture Note: May be taken 4 times, Pass/No Pass grading only Prepares childcare wkers, parents, other adults wking with children f skills knowledge required f pediatric first aid CPR. CHDV 125 Art in Early Childhood (3) Methods processes f developing creativity through art f young children. Students will plan, implement, evaluate developmentally appropriate art creative experiences f young children apply theetical concepts in a variety of ways. Materials used in art will be expled. An emphasis will be placed on the developmental experiential approaches techniques. CHDV 130 Math Science in Early Childhood (3) Students will examine math science concepts f young children, infants through eight years. Students will plan, implement, evaluate developmentally appropriate math science experiences f young children apply theetical concepts using various methods. An emphasis is placed on developmental experiential methods. CHDV 135 Music Creative Movement in Early Childhood (3) Developing creative experiences through music movement activities. Songs, movement, instrument experiences will be presented. Appropriate lesson plans techniques will be developed. CHDV 140 Children s Literature Language Development (3) Survey of histic contempary children s literature. A critical look at children s books the process of choosing age appropriate books f children, infancy through adolescence. Overview of typical language development literacy development from birth through early childhood, including theetical approaches developmental issues, as well as techniques f appropriately incpating literacy into the classroom. CHDV 142 Using Sign in the Early Childhood Setting (.5) ½ hour lecture Exples the benefits research behind signing with infants, toddlers, preschoolers. Techniques f implementing use of signs in the classroom with children will be discussed, as well as basic signing exercises games. CHDV 144 Expling the Effects of Media on Young Children (.5) ½ hour lecture Note: Cross listed as COMM 144 Exples the effects of media consumption on children s social-emotional, physical, cognitive development. Research behind the risks associated with television computer use popular culture saturation f young children. Techniques f addressing media consumption with children, parents families. CHDV 145 Children: Victims of Violence (3) Prepares the student to identify, rept, wk with families who interact violently children impacted by violence. Includes the histical background legal aspects of child abuse, as well as practical application, identification assessment, community services agencies. CHDV 150 Advanced Administration f Early Childhood Directs (3) Recommended preparation: CHDV 100, 110, 115, 120, 145, 185 Application of basic management principles in Child Development programs including state regulations, funding, budget preparation, policy writing. Ethical concerns professional development will be addressed. This course partially fulfulls the requirement f administration f the Site Supervis Program Direct Child Development Permits issued by the State of Califnia Commission on Teaching Credentialing, also meets Title 22 licensing regulations f directs. 140 To satisfy a prerequisite, the student must have earned a letter grade of A, B, C CR in the prerequisite course, unless otherwise stated. See Catalog addendum at f updates new program approvals.

6 Child Development CHDV 152 Environmental Rating Scale f Childhood Settings (1.5) 1½ hours lecture Note: May be taken 4 times An overview of the Environmental Rating Scale f infant/toddler (ITERS-R), early childhood (ECERS-R), family day care (FDCRS) school-age (SACERS) settings. Self study assessment methods f quality environments will be expled. Application of the concepts will be emphasized. CHDV 155 Advanced Supervision f Early Childhood Directs (3) Recommended preparation: CHDV 100, 110, 115, 120, 145, 185 The student will exple the tools that generate productive staff management identify supervisy techniques such as staff motivation, staff benefits, team building, leadership skills, situation leadership. This course partially fulfills the requirement f administration f the Site Supervis Program Direct Child Development Permits isssued by the State of Califnia Commission on Teacher Credentialing, also meets Title 22 licensing regulations f directs. CHDV 172 Teaching in a Diverse Society (3) A survey of both the Anti-Bias Peaceable Classroom curricula with a focus on developing the ability of teachers to create early childhood settings that encourage an appreciation, understing respect of similarities differences of cultures. Social emotional learning conflict resolution is expled as a part of this process. This course will help students exple address diversity issues analyze the many contexts variables related to an individual s socialization process that impact wk with children families. CHDV 174 Policies, Politics, Ethics in Child Development (1) 1 hour lecture This course provides an overview of professional stards in the child development field. Policies ethics f wking with children, families, communities are expled in view of changing political times how professionals are affected influenced by these changes. The course overviews the steps needed to become effective advocates on behalf of children families. CHDV 180 Understing Wking with the School-Age Child (3) Designed to prepare students to wk with children ages five through 12 years, by focusing on the development of the children in this age group. Students will study developmental theies the practical implications of these theies when wking with the school-aged child. Licensing regulations f Title 5 22 programs will be expled. CHDV 185 Curriculum in Early Childhood Education (3) Prerequisite: A minimum grade of C in CHDV 105 Recommended preparation: A minimum of 12 Child Development units This course provides a foundation in curriculum planning development. It emphasizes developmentally appropriate environments, activities, guidance, schedules routines, daily, weekly, extended lesson plans. A wide range of theetical curricular approaches will be expled. CHDV 190 Curriculum f the School-Age Child (3) A survey of programs activities planning f school-age children, including both befe after school curriculum activities f groups individuals of various development levels. CHDV 195 Adult Supervision/Ment Teacher Preparation (3) Prerequisite: A minimum grade of C in CHDV 100, Methods principles of supervising student teachers in early childhood classrooms. Emphasizes the role of the experienced classroom teacher who functions as a ment to new teachers while simultaneously addressing the needs of children, parents, staff community resources. Students study effective models f guidance evaluation of adults, positive communication skills, the role of the ment in a teaching environment. This course is designed f students who plan to supervise other adults in the early childhood classroom. This course is required f the levels of Master Teacher, Site Supervis, Program Direct f the Child Development Permit issued by the State of Califnia Commission on Teacher Credentialing. CHDV 197A Child Development Wkshop: Cultural Social Arts (.5-4) awarded in topics courses are dependent upon the number of hours required of the student. Any combination of lecture labaty may be scheduled by the department. Wkshop to provide upgrading of knowledge skills in state of the art techniques in cultural arts; to include speakers, seminars, in service training in current aspects of child development. CHDV 197B Child Development Wkshop: health, Safety, Nutrition (.5-4) awarded in topics courses are dependent upon the number of hours required of the student. Any combination of lecture labaty may be scheduled by the department. Wkshop will provide current knowledge skills in state of the art techniques in infant, child, adolescent health, safety, food service, nutrition, communicable disease, pediatric CPR first aid, injury control. Includes speakers, seminars, in service training in current aspects of child development. CHDV 197C Child Development Wkshop: Professional Education (.5-4) awarded in topics courses are dependent upon the number of hours required of the student. Any combination of lecture labaty may be scheduled by the department. Wkshop will provide current knowledge skills in state of the art techniques in professional education which includes speakers, seminars, in service training in current aspects of child development. CHDV 197D Child Development Wkshop: Parenting Topics (.5-4) awarded in topics courses are dependent upon the number of hours required of the student. Any combination of lecture labaty may be scheduled by the department. Concepts of effective parenting in various family structures including: nuclear, single parent, extended, step family. An emphasis will be placed on communication problem solving, discipline, values. A one-unit class will satisfy court mated parenting requirements. Verification given upon request. Student must attend all class sessions to receive verification. 141

7 Child Development-Chinese CHDV 200 Program Supervised Experiences in early Childhood (3) Prerequisite: Prerequisites vary accding to the student s target Certificate Degree. Contact the Child Development Department if assistance is needed. Prerequisites f Early Childhood Administration A.A. Degree : Completion with a minimum grade of C, concurrent enrollment in CHDV 100; CHDV 102; CHDV 104; CHDV A 105B 105C; CHDV 108; CHDV 110; CHDV 115; CHDV 120; CHDV 145; CHDV 150; CHDV 152; CHDV 155; CHDV 172; CHDV 174; CHDV 185; CHDV 195; CHDV 200A 200B 200C Prerequisites f Early Intervention Teacher A.A. Degree Certificate of Achievement: Completion with a minimum grade of C, concurrent enrollment in CHDV 100; CHDV 103; CHDV 104; CHDV C; CHDV 106; CHDV 108; CHDV 110; CHDV 112; CHDV 115; CHDV 120; CHDV 142; CHDV 145; CHDV 172; CHDV 185 CHDV 200C Prerequisites f Infant/Toddler Teacher A.A. Degree Certificate of Achievement: Completion with a minimum grade of C, concurrent enrollment in CHDV 100; CHDV 103; CHDV 104; CHDV B; CHDV 106; CHDV 110; CHDV 115; CHDV 120; CHDV 145; CHDV 152; CHDV 185 CHDV 200B; plus 6 elective units from the following CHDV 101, CHDV 102, CHDV 108, CHDV 142, CHDV 144/COMM 144, CHDV 172, CHDV 174 Prerequisites f Preschool Teacher A.A. Degree Certificate of Achievement: Completion with a minimum grade of C, concurrent enrollment in CHDV 100; CHDV 101; CHDV 104; CHDV A; CHDV 110; CHDV 115; CHDV 120; 3 of the following 4: CHDV 125, CHDV 130, CHDV 135, CHDV 140; CHDV 145, CHDV 152; CHDV 185; CHDV 200A Designed to prepare the student to teach in various types of early childhood programs. Students will create developmentally appropriate lesson plans, curriculum planning, instructional methods, observational methods, guidance techniques, activities f young children. Self evaluations, resume interview infmation will be incpated. Student lab placement will be designed to meet the requirements f a specific certificate. CHDV 200A Program Supervised Lab Experiences in a Preschool/Early Childhood Setting (2) 6 hours labaty Prerequisite: A minimum grade of C in CHDV 200, concurrent enrollment in CHDV 200 Students will implement developmentally appropriate lesson plans, curriculum planning, instructional methods, observational methods, guidance techniques, activities f young children in a supervised preschool/early childhood teaching experience at Palomar College Child Development Centers at a designated site with a ment teacher approved by the Califnia Early Childhood Ment Program. CHDV 200B Program Supervised Lab Experiences in an Infant/Toddler Setting (2) 6 hours labaty Prerequisite: A minimum grade of C in CHDV 200, concurrent enrollment in CHDV 200 Students will implement developmentally appropriate lesson plans, curriculum planning, instructional methods, observational methods, guidance techniques, activities f infants/toddlers in a supervised teaching experience at Palomar College Child Development Centers at a designated site with a ment teacher approved by the Califnia Early Childhood Ment Program. CHDV 200C Program Supervised Lab Experiences in an Inclusive Setting (2) 6 hours labaty Prerequisite: A minimum grade of C in CHDV 200, concurrent enrollment in CHDV 200 Students will implement developmentally appropriate lesson plans, curriculum planning, instructional methods, observational methods, guidance techniques, activities f young children in an inclusive setting in a supervised teaching experience at Palomar College Child Development Centers at a designated site with a ment teacher approved by the Califnia Early Childhood Ment Program. CHDV 295 Directed Study in Child Development (1, 2, 3) 3, 6, 9 hours labaty Prerequisite: Approval of project research by department chairperson/ direct Note: May be taken 4 times f a maximum of 6 units Independent study f students who have demonstrated skills / proficiencies in child development subjects have the initiative to wk independently on projects research outside the context of regularly scheduled classes. Students will wk under the personal supervision of an instruct. Chinese (CHIN) Contact the Wld Languages Department f further infmation. (760) , ext Office: F-5 COURSE OFFERINGS F students who have completed feign language course wk at the high school level, need clarification regarding placement in college level course wk, contact the Counseling Center. Universities have varying policies regarding the granting of transfer credit when there is a combination of high school college level course wk. CHIN 101 Chinese I (5) 5 hours lecture - 1 hour labaty ; UC This course is the first semester of Chinese. This elementary level course is a study of the Chinese language Chinese-speaking cultures, with emphasis on the development of communicative skills basic structures. Course combines in-class instruction practice with self-paced study in the Feign Language Labaty. This beginning-level course is f students with no previous coursewk in Chinese. CHIN 102 Chinese II (5) 5 hours lecture - 1 hour labaty Prerequisite: A minimum grade of C in CHIN 101 two years of high school Chinese ; UC This course is the second semester of Chinese. This elementary level course is a study of the Chinese language Chinese-speaking cultures, with continued emphasis on the development of communicative skills basic structures. Course combines in-class instruction with self-paced study in the Feign Language Labaty. CHIN 197 Chinese Topics (.5-5) awarded in topics courses are dependent upon the number of hours required of the student. Any combination of lecture / labaty may be scheduled by the department. Note: May be taken 4 times ; UC Credit determined by UC upon review of course syllabus. Topics in Chinese. See Class Schedule f specific topic offered. Course title will designate subject covered. CHIN 201 Chinese III (5) 5 hours lecture Prerequisite: A minimum grade of C in CHIN 102 three years of high school Chinese ; UC This course is the third semester of Chinese. This intermediate level course is a study of the Chinese language Chinese-speaking cultures, focusing on intermediate level structures readings of culturally relevant authentic materials. Emphasis is on developing al, listening, reading writing skills in der to acquire proficiency in Chinese. Class is largely conducted in Chinese. 142 To satisfy a prerequisite, the student must have earned a letter grade of A, B, C CR in the prerequisite course, unless otherwise stated. See Catalog addendum at f updates new program approvals.

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