Communication and Proffesional Development with Children and Young People

TDA 3.1   Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults.

  * Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children young people and adults?

Effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children young people and adults because it will benefit the way we can get things done efficiently.
Giving clear positive instructions, key points and good descriptions, checking and recapping.
Using simple steps, recognition linking to prior knowledge.
Gaining trust to children young people and adults is important too.
Having a sense of humour is also good but you need to know when to be professional as well.
When communicating you have to think about the way you present yourself i.e. body language, so not crossing your arms, or pointing. Having bad habits isn’t good.
The tone of your voice. Example with the tone of your voice if you need the attention of children you can lower your voice because if your shouting and raising your voice over the children’s voices they are not going to pay attention to what you’re having to say.
The consequences of poor communication and not explaining properly would result in a lack of understanding.
Children and adults would get frustrated as things would be done wrong or not completed correctly.
Children and young people wouldn’t enjoy learning so then they would start acting up having behaver problems then they would have a lack of respect and confidence.
Health and safety is a big part of effective communication because if you communicate wrong or give the wrong instructions like for instance telling people where to assemble for a fire drill people could get hurt or worse die, this can dangerous.
When poor communication happens people pick up bad habits i.e. body language this is a big thing and people pick up on this very quickly so this rubs off on other people and can be a roll on affect and can...