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Introduction

Laura Jeacock Skill used What was the purpose of using this skill? What was the reason you used this skill? How effective was this skill? Did this skill achieve the outcome i wanted? Open Question To allow the children to facilitate new ideas. Used as an act to sustain conversation and generate new topics. To encourage the children to think more; be more open minded and talk to me more. Not very, the children were more interested in what i had in my hands. No, the children were very unsettled and were not willing to listen much. ...read more.

Middle

Closed Question To change the topic of a conversation or quickly end one,. To be more direct and personal with the children and start new topics of conversation. Very, the children answered me straight away. Yes, the children were more engaged and involved with the things i was saying once i introduced the topic of healthy eating to them with a closed question. Tone of Voice To change the expression on my face and my emotion using tone of voice. ...read more.

Conclusion

To show the children i understand them and they can understand me. Quite effective, the children mostly understood me. Yes, the children understood me most of the time but i could rephrase the vocabulary and words i use into a more child friendly context. Relate Positively To form a bond between you and the service user. To show attention to aspects of the service user to relate to them. Very, i gave Jordan 100% of my attention to enable her to understand me and be positive towards me. Yes, Jordan was more settled after i spoke to her one on one but next time i would talk to all the children. ...read more.

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