Shc31 Communication in Children's Settings

SHC31- Promote communication in children’s setting
    Communication makes a major part of our life. It is a process by which information is exchanged between individuals through speech, symbols, signs, or behaviour in ways that each gains a common understanding of the message.
    There are 3 main forms of communication, verbal, non-verbal and written. We can also communicate using technology. 
    1) Verbal communication is the use of words that you use to present ideas and feelings. It is the ability to both explain and present your ideas clearly through spoken words and to listen carefully to other people. It involves a variety of approaches and styles appropriate to the audience that you are addressing.
   2) Non-verbal is the messages that we send out to express ideas and opinions without talking. This might be through the use of out body language, facial expressions, gestures, tone of voice, touch or contact, signs, symbols, pictures, objects and other visual aids. 
  3) Written communication can be used local or across distance and time through letters, email or text messages. The written communication can be edited and amended many times before it is communicated. This is one of the main advantages of using writing.
      Communication between people happens for a variety reasons such as:
1- Providing information. At school, the teacher demonstrating how children can paint using the brush and paint is communicating to provide information.
2- Seeking information. A child in nursery asking the teacher how he can use the scissors without hurting himself is seeking information by using a communication skill.
3-To express our emotions like courage or fear, joy or sorrow, satisfaction or disappointment with appropriate gestures and words.
4-For developing positive relationships with children, young people and their families, colleagues and with other individuals.
5- To bring out changes in attitudes, motivate people to establish and maintain...