Huck talks formally and proper when he is around the Widow to show his willingness to be educated, and so the Widow would not be constantly pestering him about proper English. Although the Widow may think that Huck always uses proper English, this is not the case. When Huck is on the raft with Jim, they take up the normal, uneducated way of talking to each other. This natural syntax is used by Huck and Jim because its easier to talk for both of them, and the points that are made are
1.2- Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of own work. * It helps to build effective relationships between colleagues, the service users and ourselves. This then gives us a better understanding of all of their needs as individuals, making sure their needs and preferences are being met. By building trust, preventing misunderstandings and developing our skills and knowledge we can discuss options and choices available and allow them to make informed choices regarding their care. 1.3- Explain why it is important to observe an individuals reaction when communicating with them.
1.1 Identify the different reasons that people communicate The reasons that people communicate is to express their feelings, thoughts, emotions and needs. People communicate in order to share their ideas and information and to request assistance. People also communicate to form relationships; socialise; ask questions; and to share their past experiences with one another. A person may need to communicate for the purpose of establishing or continuing to maintain relationships with people; this could be for ideas or, instructions/directions. Communication is also a great way to show another person encouragement or to make others feel valued and understood in everyday life.
Unit 4222-324 Support individuals with specific communication needs (HSC 3029) Assessment Criteria Outcome 1 Understand specific communication needs and factors affecting them The learner can: explain the importance of meeting an individual’s communication needs Meeting an individual’s communication needs is vital to provide the best possible care you can by enabling the individual to express wants and needs, to understand and respect their desires and decisions, to both understand and be understood when relaying information. To promote social interaction and emotional wellbeing 2. explain how own role and practice can impact on communication with an individual who has specific communication needs By following procedure and working as trained within my role I can assess the specific communication needs of an individual and use different methods and techniques to communicate effectively. Eg hand gestures, picture card, speaking slowly and clearly. 3. analyse features of the environment that may help or hinder communication High noise and activity levels can impair effective communication. High activity can be distracting and can take focus away from the information being relayed.
This reduces the possibility of mistakes being made and ensuring an appropriate care service. It’s also important to work as a team with your colleagues, so that you all work to achieve the same outcome. 1.3- Explain why it is important to observe an individual’s reactions when communicating with them Communication is a two way process, it’s about sending a message and knowing if the receiver has understood and processed the message properly. In order to be effective with providing care and support you need to learn to be a good communicator, people communicate through; speaking, body language, facial expressions, dress, position and gestures. You need to be able to recognise what is being used to communicate and be able to communicate back without always having to use words.
Even silent films are understood in the way actors use hand gestures to emphasise what they are trying to get across. This can also help us spot when someone is not being entirely honest. Some may be obvious, such as someone saying “I'm fine” through gritted teeth, or telling a child off for misbehaving while laughing at what they are doing. Others are more subtle, like eye movements or micro-expressions that can be easy to miss. This is why it is especially important to take time to get to know a client, and pay attention to what they are not telling you as well as what they are saying.
● Lack of clarity – is caused by either a lack of details or a conflict between the details, resulting in confusion or misunderstandings. ● Emotional barriers – are caused by the audience’s emotions--such as anger, resentment, or excitement—which interfere with their ability to understand objectively the message being delivered. ● Physical barriers – cause a breakdown in communications due to physical limitations, such as a lack of time, exhaustion, or remoteness, and produces confusion or
Unit 4222-301 Promoting communication in health, social care or children’s and young people’s (SHC 31) Outcome 1. Understanding why effective communication is important in the work setting * Identifying the different reasons people communicate People communicate in order to share information, establish and maintain relationship. It can also be used to bring out changes in attitudes and to motivate people. People communicate to inform others of their emotions like sadness, joy and satisfaction. Communication is very important when it comes to developing a positive relationship with service users and their families, as well as work colleagues and other professionals.
Promote Communication in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Settings 1) Understand why effective communication is important in the work setting. 1.1) Identify the different reasons people communicate. Communication is a very important skill in everyday life, it helps us express ourselves, our feelings and needs, share ideas and information, to show concerns over a situation. Communication can help us in many care work circumstances as we can support and reassure, build and maintain a relationship, ask questions and share experiences. 1.2) Explain how communication affects relationships in the work setting.
They still enjoy socializing with people, watching TV and even going to concerts! They may not be able to hear the music but they like to feel the vibrations and enjoy the experience. Certain things in deaf culture are very different from our culture. For example the deaf always hug when they greet people no matter who it is. It’s considered unfriendly to not do this.