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Group interaction - Conversation is between 4 children from the playgroup and me.

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Group interaction Conversation is between 4 children from the playgroup and me. We were sat round a small square table Me Girl 1 Girl 2 Boy 1 Boy 2 Other interferences Me: Today we are going to make something Christmassy? What would you like to make. Girl1: I want to make a Christmas angel to go on top of my Christmas tree. Me: ok do we all want to make Christmas angels Boy 1: no I don't want to make a Christmas angel that is for girls Boy 2: yes I am not a girl am 1 Me: no you're not a girl but you don't have to be a girl before you can make an angel. But what do you want to make then? Boy 1: I want to make a Christmas tree or a Christmas pudding so I can pretend to eat it Girl 1: but I want to make an angel Me: well you can make your angel and then he can make his Christmas tree or Christmas pudding. You haven't given a chance for (girl 2) to say what she wants to make What about you (girl 2) ...read more.

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get on with that while I sort girl 2 out Girl 1: ok Me: I will come back to you in a minute what did you want to make boy 1 a Christmas tree or a Christmas pudding Boy 1: I want to make a Christmas pudding Me: here is some card what colour is it? Boy 1: brown and white Me: what is the white piece used for Boy 1: its used for the top Me: why is it used for the top? Boy 1: because it's the cream that goes on top Me good what else would we need? Boy 1: glue Me: that's there in the middle of the table Boy1: hmm red bits for the cherries Me: ok here you go Boy 1: thank you Me ok can you get on with that while I sort girl 2 out call me if you need any help Boy 1: ok Me: are you all right girl 1 Girl 1: yes I am fine Me: are you being good boy 2 Boy 2: yes I am Me: good let me just finish girl 2 then I will be with you Boy 2: ok Me: what do you want to make then girl ...read more.

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Me: and then you fold it over like this. Boy 2: ok Me: then you cello tape it together. Boy 2: done that Me: then you cello tape the handle on. Boy 2: ok, then I am finished Me: yes you will be how are you all doing? All: I have finished Me: have you let me see. Aah they are all very pretty well done you have all done very well. Write your names on it and then you can put it on the table to take home. Girl 2: no I want to give mine to you Me: do you aah that is very kind of you Girl 1: I want to give mine to you as well Boy 1: and me Boy 2: and me Me: thank you very much well done (smiled) All: (smiled back) your welcome Girl 2: are you really leaving us? Me: yes today is my last day All: aah Girl 2: please don't leave us Me: never mind I will still come back and visit you all Boy 2: yea you better Me: I will Good Communication skills I used in this conversation are that I involved everyone in the conversation ...read more.

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