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AO1 Eye Contact. Group interaction When communicating with the group of children I found it hard to use eye contact because there were 10 children that I had to speaking to. In addition, this made it difficult for me because I could not direct my messages to one person. I tried to make this less difficult by asking questions to some of the children so that I could have direct eye contact with them. Eye contact is especially important when talking to a group because you have to show that you are speaking to all of the people in the group and it is important that they don't feel like they are not part of the group. ...read more.

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to show to the group of children that I am open to speak to them. Group interaction In the Group interaction I used my facial expression to show how I was feeling about the things the children were doing and talking to me about. I felt that I was using more of my facial expression when talking to the group then when I was talking to David because I knew that some of the children my not understand what I was trying to tell them thought speaking to them and thought using my facial expression to demonstrate what I was trying to say the children may Facial expression Group interaction In the Group interaction I used my facial expression to show how I was feeling about the things the children were doing and talking to me about. ...read more.

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I did this by sitting up straight on my chair. physical contac Group interaction However, I did use physical contact in the group conversation because felt that through physical contact the children would be able to developed abetter understanding to what I was saying. I used physical contact when tapping the children on their heads to count how many of them were in the group. I did try to use a lot of hand movement to illustrate what I was trying to explain to David and in the group situation. I found this helpful because I felt as if they were understating me better when I was using facial expressions and hand movement. ...read more.

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