You have to also have great listening skills when working in a group. Everyone needs to express their opinions and have a good understanding on how everyone feels or agrees on a certain subject. The end result should be in mutual grounds and in agreement on all the ideas and points of everyone in the group so that you will be on the same page. When it comes to individual speaking it is mainly your ideas, you are also speaking in reference to your ideas and how you feel. When in individuals communication being able to be organized and all of your ideas are in order will help make it easier for the receiver to understand.
There are many different factors to consider, Such as sensory ability, cultural backgrounds, language skills, physical ability, and self confidence hearing loss, visual impairment and level of learning. The best way to do this would be to ask them, if not possible you can observe them. Asking colleagues who have worked with them before, reading care planes/notes. 2.2 Demonstrate communication methods that meet an individuals communication needs, wishes and preferences Language differences the use of Interpreters, flash cards and signals to indicate their needs. You can also use them to find out what
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Unit 4222-301 Outcome 1 Understand why effective communication is important in the work setting Communication can be used to bring out changes in attitudes, motivate people and establish and maintain relationships. Communication is vital for seeking and providing information. We communicate to express our emotions like courage or fear, joy or sorrow, satisfaction or disappointment with appropriate gestures and words. It is crucial to have good communication for developing positive relationships with other people. It is a process by which two or more people exchange ideas, facts, feelings or impressions in ways that each gains a common understanding of the message.
1.3. Explain why it is important to observe an individual’s reactions when communicating with them. It is important to observe others reactions, so that you know that you both understand fully the situation. Body language is also important when observing, as the reactions can help you understand if they are feeling, unsure or uncomfortable about the conversation. Also tonal quality of the voice can give an indication to emotions that are being
1.3 Explain why it is important to observe an individual’s reactions when communicating with them. It is important to observe an individual’s reactions when communicating with them asyou can learn a great deal from studying someone's reactions while you are talking to them. Their facial expressions and body language may tell you whether they agree or disagree with what you are saying, and whether they are fascinated or bored by the conversation. You can then use this information to inform how you proceed with the conversation. Also people with learning difficulties can sometimes only communicate using their bodies so being able to read their reactions is important.
Also by helping them seek additional opinions, by using active listening. Refer any concerns and comments to senior staff and offering to voice concerns on their behalf. You can support them by helping them identify areas of concern they may be
Taking Responsibility For Education Students rely on a number of things in their pursuit of a higher education; teachers, accredited institutions, and textbooks containing correct information. James Loewen, who wrote Lies My Teacher Told Me, brings up concerns for students stating US History lower-learning textbooks are not equipped with factual information. In Loewen’s text he brings to light some very significant US events he believes are not factual. When we think of studying history we think about learning specific dates, events, or wars that impacted our country. Not many people stop to question if the information they are reading or being taught is factual.
No one test should be used as the sole or primary basis for important educational decisions. Tests like the FCAT should not determine whether or not a student passes. The FCAT is a review of ‘everything’ a student has learned for the year. In some cases during the school year, certain parts of the curricula may not have been