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Old 08-19-2011, 05:14 PM
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I have to explain about effective communication and what happens when i talk to my work colleagues and the children?

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Old 08-19-2011, 05:42 PM
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Hi Amina

Communication affects relationships in many ways in the work setting. For example with colleagues, the manager or supervisor and also the parents of the child and the child.

Effective communication is a two-way process. The person communicating has to send a clear and concise messsage to the responding party. The message must be understood correctly to have a response.

Communication can be in the way of telephone, written notes, email alerts, text messages and vocal. Communication is very important in the work setting.

Page 8 on of the collins handbook will help you find out about why communication is needed with relatives, visitors and colleagues and how good or effective communication helps things happen, ineffective communication creates barriers if understanding isn't clear.

Or for further information you could use the coursework book that your tutor has recommended.

Hope this has helped alittle.
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Old 08-30-2011, 08:20 PM
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I've got the Level 3 Diploma Book called Children and Young People's Workforce by Penny Tassoni. It was brilliant for this question, and most of the other questions I've done too! Highly recommended!

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Communication affects relationships in the work setting
In order to work effectively with children, young people and their families, and so that we can plan for and meet their needs, it is essential to establish good relationships with a range of people. Relationships and communication skills go hand in hand. Practitioners who have good communication skills are likely to have gstrong relationships with children, parents and other adults. This is because relationships are influenced by the body language, facila expression and ways in which others listen and talk to you, that is the way they communicate ( see Unit CYP 3.5 on establishing positive relationships with children and others).
"Professional relationships and communication are pivotal in the early years sector" Tassoni 2010
Communicating with everyone in the workplace is influenced by having good relationships, they imapct on how I'm able to

Share and gain information
Help with settling in to reassure the children and parents
Support children's play and learning
Help transitions go smoothly
Work effectivly as a team

page 4 of the book gives an explanation for each of those areas
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im currently doing the same question and is thumb twiddling lol
and is having problems with it as in dont know how to start it . If anyone could help with this, it would be much apprichated
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im currently doing the same question and is thumb twiddling lol
and is having problems with it as in dont know how to start it . If anyone could help with this, it would be much apprichated
Hi Sharon,

I would definitely recommend getting the textbook by Penny Tassoni, as stated above. It is 20 well spent, it has headings linked to all the learning outcomes I have completed so far and had loads of useful info in it.

If you are working in a setting try and think about the different groups of people who you communicate with and how the way you communicate with them would effect your relationship with them. Relationships and communication go hand in hand.

Hope this helps a little

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Hi I'm working on this question to, Should I include some examples of communication that were not affective?

I'm finding it hard to just re-word what I am reading and feel I should be adding more than is really needed.

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Hi I'm finding this one hard. It's knowing how much to write aswell
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