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Summary: JGL 110: Planning to teach, development and the Grade R

This document provides an in-depth summary (20 pages) of planning to teach, development and the Grade R learner. This includes the holistic development of learners, Bronfenbrenner's theory and the physical, cognitive, language, social and emotional development of the child as well as developmental red lights. The summary includes, diagrams, visuals and tables to aid understanding and incorporates all the necessary information about the development of the Grade R.

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