1.1 Identify different reasons why people communicate.
People communicate in many different ways, for example verbal, written or by using body language and facial expressions. People communicate on a day to day basis for many reasons such as; creating a new relationship or bond, giving and receiving information. Finally to express any thoughts and concerns they may have.
1.2 Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of own work.
Communication can affect all aspects of work. This is because, if we do not create communication correctly then this can develop an awkward setting for young children and ourselves. However if we do this correctly this will make people aware that we are easy to talk to and friendly to get along with. Also this will greatly increase the chances of having a positive effect on the parents of the young children as it will lead to great trust within the setting and bring ease to the parents when their children are left with us.
1.3 Explain why it is important to observe an individual's reactions when communicating with them.
It is important to notice the other persons reactions when talking to them as we can judge there body language, facial expressions or whether or not they are happy with what we are saying towards them. When we then identify this we can change the way we are saying things or the way in which it is spoken to make them more comfortable.
2.1 Find out an individual's communication and language needs, wishes and preferences.
Some people have communication difficulties. For instance people with Autism or Dementia may be physically unable to speak. In order to support the individual's disability we first need to understand their own needs. It is really important to recognise the individuals because the way one person can communicate from someone else can be completely different in all aspects. You need to know everything