1.1 Identify the Diffrent Reasons People Communicate.

1.1 identify the diffrent reasons people communicate.
People communicate to:
Build relationships- When a new child/parent enters our setting the first thing that will happen is some form of communication such as a smile or greeting the child/parent with hello.   This is the foundation on which a child’s trust is based.   If a child sees a good relationship between us and their parents this will make the transition period smoother.  
Share thoughts and ideas- When children share thoughts and ideas they are being given the chance to express themselves freely.   Children will have ideas and thoughts that they need to share by doing this they are able to grow in confidence and self-esteem, we should always listen to a child's ideas even if they are incorrect as this will encourage a child to share further ideas and thoughts.  
feedback and reflection encourages mental stimulation
track development
diagnose problems early
  Express needs and feelings
  Gain reassurance and acknowledgement
to express needs and wishes
to gain and to share ideas and information
to reassure
to express feelings and/or concerns
to build relationships and socialise
to ask questions
to share experiences
1.2 Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of own work
Communication is essential to all parts of work and is an essential skill for workers who want to do well in their setting. This communication can be between adults or children. Effective communication will make worker’s role work and will enable them to develop their role as a practitioner working with children and young people. Effective communication will develop the following:
  * Relationship with children
  * Relationship with colleagues
  * Relationship with parents: