Explain How Children Learn And Develop Interpersonal Skills

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Children learn and develop interpersonal and social skills based on their experiences by what worked in the past. Young babies may scream to let their parents know they are hungry, a baby learns that when it screams it gets fed and therefore continues with this behavior. Screaming for food becomes less acceptable the older you get once some simple language has been learned it is more acceptable to ask for food. Later, with the right encouragement, children will learn that using sentences including the word “please” to ask for food maybe their best strategy for success. Interpersonal skills, however, go far beyond social niceties such as being polite and civil. As children develop communication skills so their interpersonal and social
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