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How To Behave And Communicate Appropriately For A Child Or Young Person's Stage Of Development

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Unit 203 – Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults.

Know how to interact with and respond to children and young people.

Describe with examples how to behave appropriately for a child or young person's stage of development.

Keystage 1 Years 1 – 2

close supervision of certain tasks e.g. checking that they know how to carry a pair of scissors
high staff to pupil ratios e.g. by risk assessments for school trips
getting down to their level e.g. crouch down when helping or demonstrating skills for an activity at the table
consistently maintaining eye contact e.g. when you are clarifying instructions, eye contact helps you to tell whether a ...view middle of the document...

g. “be as quick lightening!”
asking children to repeat instructions e.g. “what is the first thing we need to do?”
modelling taking turns to speak and listening skills

Describe with examples how to behave appropriately for a child or young person's stage of development.

Keystage 2 Years 3 – 6

allowing children to work more in groups, with less supervision
reducing staff to pupil ratios e.g. using risk assessments for school trips
getting down to their level e.g. crouch down when helping or demonstrating skills for an activity at the table
consistently maintaining eye contact e.g. when you are clarifying instructions, eye contact helps you to tell whether a child is listening
less warnings before sanctions are taken and stricter punishments e.g. “you will stay in the classroom through part of playtime and finish off your work”
promoting independence by more responsibility for resources e.g. lending two children a key to the storage cupboard and asking them to allocate p.e. equipment
promoting independent learning, but being aware of the maturity of the child regarding periods of concentration e.g. allow children to spend an hour to prepare resources for a particular topic
less management of times of change or excitement as juniors are better prepared to handle changes from the normal school day e.g. a school trip
allowing children to resolve their own conflicts with the least amount of intervention
allowing children to take responsibility for their own behaviour e.g. choosing their own learning partners and if they fail to complete a task with this partner, suggest that next time they do not work together
monitoring learning and development with constructive feedback
being a good role model

Describe with examples how to communicate appropriately for a child or young person's stage of development.

Keystage 2 Years 3 – 6

using age appropriate vocabulary e.g. do not use slang, but model appropriate vocabulary
being aware of maturing communication skills but still model taking turns to speak and listening skills

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