adolescence kicks in working in groups may take a little more patience as they may feel embarrassed speaking in front of groups even though they will have gone through school with the other pupils.
1.3 Describehow to deal with disagreementsbetweenchildren and youngpeople. Always listen to both sides...
try to see not only howother staff and parents deal with incidents, but also which methods seem to be effective with which children or youngpeople.
There are different forms of reward:
• verbal praise (such as ‘Well done’)
• attention – this could be non- verbal...
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make sure to speak clearly. Some families may speak another language as their main one and may need a translator.
3.5. Describehow to deal with disagreementsbetween:
the practitioner and children and youngpeopleDisagreements with children need to be managed carefully...
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communicator because if you are not trying to voice your views or opinions other members of the team could perceive this as a lack of interest, how you think you could deal with a certain situation or you don’t know how to communicate with the children or staff effectively it could affect howchildren...
colleagues carried out a great deal of observations of children aged between two and nine
years of age. Drummond (2000, p.4) describeshow Issacs put her rich observational data to excellent use in
drawing it together to construct a coherent account of the development of children’s intellectual and...
relationships. A practitioner can encourage this by showing an interest in otherpeople and is therefore setting an example of how to relate to others.
Around the age of two children begin to learn that some things are theirs, something’s are shared, and something’s belong to otherpeople. They...
for 3 to 7 year-olds in Wales has seven core aims which are based on those in the Welsh Assembly Government’s ‘Rights to Action’ document. These core aims add to the aims in Rights to Action and practitioners are guided in how they treat the children in their care by the values stated by the Council...
development 4.4. Explain how the interface with adult services is structured so that the needs of children and youngpeople whose carers are users of services are taken into account
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the youngpeople whose comments complement my text. Parts 1
and 2 address the theory of listening to children while Parts 3, 4 and 5 look
at how to apply this theory to practice.
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Part 1 starts by considering why we should listen to children. It asks
whether and how...
example, if a child is being abused at home or outside the setting and you have been informed about it, then you should tell the appropriate adult that can deal with the sitiation. By listening to children, you can help keep children from harm, neglect and abuse, but before they can tell you what is...
understand the importance of having the right
attitude in a workplace and how this will help them. It helps youngpeople access
higher education and to go on to being employed. It also helps children to live in a
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with children and youngpeople 2.2 Explain how to adapt communication with children and youngpeople for: The age of the child or young person The context of the communication Communication differences 2.3 Explain the main differences between communicating with adults and communicating with...
aloud in front of groups of people. Remind jess that she has a week to prepare herself and let her no that you are there to support her all the way.
When dealing with disagreementsbetweenchildren and youngpeople you should remain calm make sure you go back to the beginning and find how...
Teachimg Assistant: Unit Assessment 3
Task 1: Establishing a respectful, professional and comfortable relationship with children and youngpeople can be developed in numerous ways. This is normally down to common sense but other factors are included which can include principles and values...
Parkour is a discipline which offers benefits of value to all kinds of people in the forms of health, fitness, self confidence and simple fun. Unfortunately, due to the way in which it has come to common awareness, it has become an activity dominated by young men with older adults, children and women...
Describehow to deal with disagreementsbetween the practitioner and children and youngpeople
If it is TA versus a child, then the chances are that the child is being confrontational and disobedient. You would have to point out the boundaries and explain that it would not be wise to cross these...
Question 3How would you deal with a disagreementbetween the practitioner and a child/ young person (3.5a)
As a Teaching Assistant it is very important for me to be able to deal with a disagreement with a child. Firstly I think it is important to listen carefully and positively to the...
This unit is aimed at those who work in health or social care settings or with children or youngpeople in a wide range of settings. It considers how duty of care contributes to safe practice, and how to address dilemmas or complaints that may arise...