Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with: Children Young people Adults Effective communication is fundamental in building positive relationships with all children, young people and adults. Children and young people acquire their communication skills by observing how adults interact with each other which will influence how they communicate and behave. Therefore, it is important for the Teaching Assistant, and other carers involved, to act as positive role models. Children and young people need to feel comfortable within their surroundings enabling them to separate more easily from their parents/carers. As they become more emotionally secure they are likely to become more actively involved with play or learning activities.
Children tend to role play themselves through play playing schools and playing the role of teachers, playing mums and dads, etc so this proves that the way in which adults behave has a strong impact on how children look up to adults as role models. Having strong role models gives children security throughout their life. Teachers as role models help the child learn about rules,
Children are more likely to join in in play and learning activities if they feel emotionally secure. A child’s language develops rapidly if they feel confident conversing with their adults. When a strong child/adult relationship is established the child(ren) is unlikely to display any bad behaviour. This is also apparent when separating from their parent/carer. Explain the possible effects of children having restricted or supervised contact in order to maintain relationships When children have restricted or supervised contact this could have an impact on maintaining any relationships because relationships are based on trust.
Atticus Finch and Aunt Alexandra Having a positive attitude and fostering virtues toward children is the key they will set within the home and the community. Providing comfort, love, nurture, and freedom to develop in a tolerant atmosphere, but also constantly teaching them harsh lessons for them to avoid mistakes, and be successful in life. Parents are their children’s strongest role model and greatest influence, positive or negative your children will take the example as a pattern for the way life is supposed to be lived. In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee both Atticus Finch and Aunt Alexandra have strong senses of morality and both understand how things should be, but each reacts to things differently as Aunt Alexandra is very class conscious, judges people by their family while Atticus rejects this notion of “fine families” and values honesty, hard work, fairness and compassion. By examining the differing parenting skills and contrasting ancestry and family pride of both Atticus and Alexandra it is certain that Alexandra is more committed to southern tradition, while Atticus is the ideal man who shows ultimate accomplishment and achievement.
* Recognise the individuality of all our children * Encourage child to participate in a wide range of group activities to enable them to develop their social skills * Praise children and acknowledge their positive actions and attitudes, therefore ensuring that children see that we value and respect them Anti-bullying policy: Children need their own time and space. It is not always appropriate to expect a child to chare and it is important to acknowledge children’s feelings and to help them understand how others might be feeling. Bullying has many forms. It can be physical, verbal or emotional, but it is always a repeat behaviour that makes other people feel uncomfortable or threatened. Promoting positive behaviour: By positively promoting good behaviour, valuing co-operation and caring attitude we hope to ensure that children will develop as responsible members of society.
Later on, in the article the adults were encouraged by children because they say that the children’s were having fun. It demonstrate me that anyone can be capable of having fun and doing interesting things by believing that we can do it. This article also explain me how adults felt, when doing a new activity such as panic, shyness and intimidated by this it showed me that if adults felt this way we can see how students can feel doing new activities because of the lack of ability. It demonstrate me that trying new activities will help students learn in different ways it will help a regular teacher to be an excellent teacher. It will also help students to enjoy going to class every day.
After falling, he immediately gets back up and attacks more vigorously than before. He feels motivated by the taunting of his opponent. Eragon felt the need to beat him and attempted his best even though he was slower and weaker. This time Eragon managed to hurt the elf slightly before being beat once again. Eragon used his rival as a motivation and improved himself as he trained.
Men and women have very different conversational styles that affect them not only in the classroom, but also outside of the classroom in their everyday activities. Aggressive, straight forward, insults, verbal sparring, and put-downs are just a few ways that men communicate with one another, and those around them. Men have hierarchal games and roles that they play out in everyday life. Young boys play games, and gain status through those games that they play with each other, basically finding their spot within their group. “…boys are expected to use language to seize center stage: by exhibiting their skill, displaying their knowledge, and challenging and resisting challenges” (Tannen 315).
Most teenagers and young adults can distinguish between a friend and a best friend, but how do middle aged children choose and feel about their friends? Why are they friends and how do they influence them. In this paper we will discuss the positive and negative effects that friendships have on the social development of middle aged children and how middle aged children perceive friendship. Children in middle childhood (ages 6-11) continue to grow in their mental abilities, physical abilities, use of language, self-control, friendships, and social skills. They are usually able to think logically and know the difference between fantasy and reality.
Modern dancers use dance as an outlet for their feelings and emotions of their everyday lives. In the present day, dance is a means of education, popular entertainment, and a form of therapy. Dance, in its many aspects, has much to offer individuals living in the early twenty-first century. Today dance serves as a form of education, teaching people about moral values and respect for the body. A dance school or group is family-like, allowing its members to rely on each other, help out their friends when they have problems, and above all have a great time.