Introduction: In this assignment i will be explaining my own views and attitude againt diversity, and how it could impact on work with young children and young people. Assessment Criteria 2.3 In my own opinion everyone has different kinds of opinions and values than to others. When you work with children from a young age. You start to realize that it's not always needed for you to be aware of them. So say if you act out on these attitudes, it could have a bad effect on the children your working with and other children they might know, and you would not want them to copy your own actions in a result.
Poor communication Conflict can occur when communication has not been effective. This may be due to a misunderstanding or because information has not been passed on. To overcome this we should discuss the problem, find the cause and a way forward, so both parties are satisfied with the outcome. External factors When we work in school there may be a person who is under pressures of work load or other issues which are affecting how they communicate. If we know the person we can easily identify if there are behaving in an unusual way & we should ask if there is anything wrong or how we can
• A review of the barriers to participation faced by carers and ways they can be overcome. Barriers to participation for carers in partnerships with parents generally run smoothly, but sometimes there can be a barrier in the way a parent may not have time and feel guilty about this. If this is the case this situation needs to be treated sensitively and make a parents session to suit their time. This parent session could be in child care setting so making it easier to be involved. Another method for parents who ma lack time can be communication via e-mails providing consent and security issues have been met.
In speaking to other ELL students whose home language is different, ELL students, use English but due to the students’ limitations in their English proficiency, they expose each other to more broken English I will value the instructional power of a word wall by frequently utilizing, maintaining, and updating it.All too often, secondary educators miss important opportunities to build the literacy skills of all students. This is especially true in
What strategies can you use to help communicate with individuals who do not speak English? Illustrate your response with examples and supporting evidence from your textbook. (SLOs 4, 8) Answer: Culture and language can have a huge impact on the development of one’s speech. This is all a part of understanding the audience that is going to be listening to your presentation. I know from experience that jargon can sometimes be very hard to understand if one is not accustomed to it.
The idea of a predictable and unpredictable life events involves generalisation. For some people issues like divorce or redundancy may be predictable, but other people may not have expected to be divorced or lose their job. Predictable life changes One event that is often predicted is when our children start school/nursery. There will be positive learning from this experience as the child will then learn to socialise with other children and make new friendships with them. The child will learn to share toys and develop a better vocabulary by listening to others talking.
Outcome 1- understand why communication is important in an adult social care setting. 1.1- Identify different reasons why people communicate: There are many different reasons as to why people communicate. We communicate to express and share ideas on a topic,we communicate to show our feeling need and wishes and also our preferences. We have to also communicate to share and gain information while also getting to know one another. 1.2- Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of working in an adult social care setting: Effective communication can affect many aspects of work,effectively communicating can help build levels of trust,help recording and reporting incidents, aid participation and help with service provisions.
Another reason it may be hard to verbally communicate is if English is not their first language and you will have to use body language and maybe actions, especially to help the children understand what you are saying, and also speak very clearly in a friendly tone. Always approach individuals in an open, friendly manner. Observe their facial expressions, if they look puzzled try to explain more clearly and in detail, if they look upset try to give them reassurance and encourage them to express their feelings, but not too much as this may offend also. If they move away slightly respect their decision as they may feel a bit uncomfortable. Always ask if they have any questions and that you would be happy to answer.
1.3 This is because I might feel that I am being very clear but the person I’m speaking to might not be understanding what I’m saying. All individuals are different. Some might need to be communicated with really slowly because it takes them a while to process information, others may have hearing issues or do not understand the language, or they might be uncomfortable or have a problem that they might not be able to explain to us. So by being observant and detecting their reaction we will be able to adjust our communication method so we can effectively communicate with them. 1.4 Some people with learning disabilities have a hard time communicating and understanding others.
Some students learn better with a language partner because they are not friends and do not get distracted as easily. 4. Be flexible! Most students are very busy. Sometimes people will need to change times or locations due to work or personal schedules.