Writer’s choicePart 2: Collection of resources (2100 words) This section of the folio requires you to collect a series of resources related to the topics in Weeks 7-11, based on the following directions: Theme Item Week 7: Maths in the real world Choose one example of maths in the real world and locate some resources for children which can bring this theme alive. Remember to specify the age range of children you will be catering for and explain what your example is. Week 8: Maths and Early Childhood (Including information from Week 3 and Week 4 for the justification) For this piece of folio evidence you are to include two examples: One example of a planned play experience. One incidental everyday experience that enables children in Early Childhood contexts to develop as young mathematicians. You must make reference to supportive resources and curricula documentation. Week 9: Maths and Primary School (Including information from Week 3 and Week 4 for the justification) For this piece of folio evidence you are to include one example of a learning experience that enables children in primary school contexts to develop as mathematicians. You must make reference to supportive resources and curricula documentation. Week 10: Maths and the learning environment For this piece of evidence you are to include one example of a stimulating maths learning environment for children. You are to analyse the environment and state the advantages and disadvantages of the design and consider the supportive content from week 10 within your writing. Week 11:New modalities and maths (ICT) You are to include one piece of evidence of how ICT can be used within an Early Childhood context which does not inhibit play behaviour and demonstrate how you can create an engaging activity using ICT. Within this section, you are required to to track your reasons for including specific evidence through adding a reflective dialogue. Your folio should not just be a collection of resources and if academic underpinning is not evident you will not pass this assessment. You will submit six items (containing your evidence as detailed in the table above). Your folio is to be submitted as a Word document. Each item should be clearly labelled with: Theme/title: the name and description. Evidence: evidence of the resource such as a URL (if from an external source), filename or screen shot and a brief description of the resource (approx. 50 words). Rationale: a brief description of how the resource enhances children’s mathematical and numeracy thinking and skills, discussing benefits and limitations (approx. 100 words). Application: Discuss how the resource could be used in professional practice (approx. 200 words). Ensure that you make links to academic literature and curricula documentation to support your statements. Note: the word limit of 2500 (+/-10%) applies to your written information in the folio. It does not include any further resources that you include with your submission.