**Details of the task is in the first document that was uploaded. This is a brief overview. If it isn’t too much trouble please write your responses in the template**

Respond to the following questions based on the following readings and YouTube clips:
– Chapters 3/4 Living and Learning with Others
– Riggs, D. & Due, C. (2010) Friendship, exclusion & power: A study of two South Australian schools with new arrivals programs. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 35(4), 73-80.
– http://www.abc.net.au/tv/life/the_science/FINDINGYOURTRIBE.htm
– http://www.abc.net.au/tv/life/video/LIFEAT5.htm?program=life&pid=playerV&src=/tv/life/stories/xml/s2999490.xml&title=The%20Peeking%20Game&item=1&autostart=true
– http://www.abc.net.au/tv/life/video/LIFEAT5.htm?program=life&pid=playerV&src=/tv/life/stories/xml/s2997658.xml&title=The%20Disappointment%20Task&item=1&autostart=true
– https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Mu0DvA31zgw

In a minimum of 500 words, now take some time to reflect on:
– Why do you think social relationships may be so important?
– What does it mean to be socially adept? What skills, abilities or traits might someone who is socially adept bring to their relationships with others?
– What role do relationships with others (parents, caregivers, peers, educators, etc) play in young children’s development of these relational capabilities?
– What part does culture, context and personal experience play in the young child’s development of social skills?

Describe how you see the theory connecting with your practice as a future educator? (How will this knowledge help you as an educator?)