Helping Children to be Skilful Communicators

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Routledge, 2006 - Education - 79 pages
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Communication happens in a variety of ways, not just through speech and language

Helping Children to be Skilful Communicators covers:

  • being together
  • finding a voice
  • listening and responding
  • making meaning.

This handy little series of books links directly to the Government s Birth to Three Matters Framework (DfES 2002). It provides information and ideas for you to read and digest at your own pace, then implement or share with your team.


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1 Being sociable
2 Finding a voice
3 Listening and responding
4 Understanding and being understood
The Birth to Three Framework for A Skilful Communicator

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ANN ROBERTS has a Bachelors of Music from the University of Southern Mississippi, a Master of Music from Louisiana State University and a MLS from the University of Pittsburgh. She began her career indexing and abstracting an oral history project for the National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section. She did cataloging at the Stephen Foster Memorial Collection at the University of Pittsburgh and the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania. She was Director of a local historical society in Colorado, and has worked in the Missouri State Archives since 2001. She has worked in two public libraries in Louisiana, and she taught "Managing a Local History Museum" for SJSU. Ann also teaches voice and has sung in operas.

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