Nvq 3 Supported Teaching and Learning Unit 301

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I had an incident with another member of staff. I had been working as a TA with a year 8 class, the RE teacher i was working with used to have a laugh and joke with them and would then abruptly tell them " right stop now we need to get on with our work". They were a lower set class with many statemented pupils, who got confused and upset as to why they could laugh and joke about but then get told off, they couldnt instantly switch to work mode.
I approached the teacher before their next lesson and explained how the children took time to process instructions and that if they were laughing and joking about it would take afew minutes to calm down and get focused on what was required next. The teacher glared at me and then very
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Under the Data Protection Act 1998, information about pupils needs to be kept in a secure place. Never take any information off site and do not provide opportunities for others to gain access to it. When sharing information with colleagues only discuss points they need to know .If you notice any breaches of confidentiality always report the matter to an appropriate member of staff.

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Makaton is a language used by adults and children with learning disabilities and communication problems. It uses a combination of picture symbols, hand gestures that are similar to BSL and speech.
The aim of Makaton is to help people communicate through speech, so when the user is able to say the correct words then they are encouraged to speak rather than sign.

Body language can say a great deal more than the words we use. There are three main types of body language that you need to think about as part of your speaking and listening skills - eye contact, body position and gesture and movement.
Different types of body language

Body language is the most important aspect of face-to-face communication. Anything you say can be enhanced or undermined by how you sit or stand or how you move your eyes. If you look bored then the audience will be.
The purpose of any face-to-face communication is to engage the people you are

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