RELATIONSHIPS WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
By: Xharie Ramadani
Table of Contents
How to communicate with children and young people. 4 Give chance to talk. 4 Make eye contact and use active listening. 4 Use body language and facial expressions. 4 Respond and observe on what they are saying repeat language 5 How to check that the children and young people understand what is communicated. 5 Explain how to establish rapport and respectful, trusting relationships with children and young adults. 6 Demonstrate supportive and realistic responses to children and young people questions, ideas suggestions and concerns. 6 How do you provide children and young people with reasons for actions when appropriate and encourage children and young people to make choices for themselves. 7 Support children and young people to communicate effectively with others. 7 How do you encourage young people to understand other people's individuality diversity and differences what does the school do to encourage this. 8 Help children and young people to understand and respect other people's feelings and their points of view. 8 Support children and young people to develop group agreements about the way they interact others. 8 Demonstrate ways of encouraging and supporting children and young people to deal with conflict themselves. 9 Conclusion 10 Bibliography 11
Maintaining good relationships with children and young adults is important to preserve effective communication. It is important to define the needs each individual has and to use appropriate behaviour. Almost every child and young adult learn to communicate through the answer of others. So in general if they feel that their input is not appreciated, they are less probable to begin the communication themselves.
Respecting and valuing others views are essential if we need to develop good relationship. This can be done by listening carefully giving the