Communication In Special Education

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PLEASE HELP AND CHECK IT PROPERLY ALL THE TIME AND THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR DOING THIS <3!  THANK YOU SO MUCH <3!  SORRY I KNOW IT LONGS PLEASE IMPROVE AND MAKE IT EVEN BETTER THIS. IS THE SECOND LAST COURSEWORK FOR HEALTH! Section C: Communication in special education needs setting When communicating with young children in Special education needs setting it is important that good practise is demonstrated. In this section, I am going to describe and explain the good communication skills all my practitioners’ uses to the child, their carers and other workers and the possible barriers to communication. I will look at how these barriers could be overcome in the special education needs setting. Verbal Communication Verbal communication is the ability to explain and present your ideas in clear English, to diverse audiences. This includes the ability to tailor your delivery to a given audience, using appropriate styles and approaches and an understanding of the importance of non-verbal cues in oral communication. Reference 55 PLEASE HELP AND CHECK IT PROPERLY ALL THE TIME AND THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR DOING THIS <3!  THANK YOU SO MUCH <3!  SORRY I KNOW IT LONGS PLEASE IMPROVE AND MAKE IT EVEN BETTER THIS. IS THE SECOND LAST COURSEWORK FOR HEALTH!…show more content…
They would typically use long sentence. However, this would not be a problem. This is because generally anyone who works would be able to have a typical working memory, especially if they are working at school doing the jobs I have mentioned. Therefore, these following practitioners would not have any issues talking to one another because they are used to it. For instance, they may talk about a presentation and other ideas with the duration of less time. Moreover, all the following practitioners I have mentioned would use this with their colleagues
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