C&G Level 3 Stls. Why Effective Communication Is Important.

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1.1| Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults.| 1.2| Explain the principles of relationship building with children, young people and adults.| 1.3| Explain how different social, professional and cultural contexts may affect relationships and the way people communicate.|

Task: Identify the features of a positive relationship with children and adults and explain how this can be achieved. Present the information in a spider diagram. Then, prepare a brief report explaining why effective communication is central to developing good relationships.

Provide Information
This allows others to work and learn more effectively.
Provide Information
This allows others to work and learn more effectively.

Listen Willingly
This makes a person feel valued.
Listen Willingly
This makes a person feel valued.
Appreciation
Communicate your approval and support for their development. Appreciation
Communicate your approval and support for their development.

Building Positive
Relationships
Building Positive
Relationships

Talking Respectfully
Makes others feel respected.

Talking Respectfully
Makes others feel respected.

Being Reliable
If you say something then you must carry it out.
Being Reliable
If you say something then you must carry it out.

Why effective communication is important for developing positive relationships. Relationships are at the very heart of early learning and development. Through their early interactions babies learn to feel secure, to communicate, and to enjoy being with people. As they grow and develop, toddlers and young children love to play, to chat, to watch, and to be with others. Children build relationships, communicate, express love and affection, play together, learn, and have their needs met through contact with others. In order to contribute to positive relationships, you will need to demonstrate...
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