The rules of communication

The rules of communication

In the language world, there are several components: the comprehension component, the content of the vocabulary, the phonology and the subject that concerns us today, the use of language. The use of language refers to why we communicate and how we do it. To carry out an adequate, sustained and interesting conversation, the child must learn certain rules of communication. These rules will allow him to chat with the people around him and make these conversations rewarding. But what are the rules of communication and how can we do to stimulate them? That’s what I’ll answer in this article.

The rules of communication:

  • Have an interest in communication
  • Establish and maintain eye contact
  • Initiate a conversation
  • Maintain a conversation
  • Respect the turn of speech
  • Repair communication breakdowns
  • Use forms of politeness and greeting
  • Adapt to your interlocutor
  • Consider what the other says

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Consider the person you are talking to

What would you say, as an adult, if the person you were talking to did not listen to you, did not care about what you said, did not look at you when she spoke to you, did she not greet you? Not easy to hold a conversation in these conditions. It’s the same for children. They must learn very early to follow these rules to make friends, to communicate with them and make themselves interesting. But how can we help these children ??? Here are some tracks:

Use puppets Base Chat Telefonnummer ersetzt durch Locatalk  that you own. Encourage children to communicate with them, to practice certain rules such as taking into account what the other person is saying and to take into consideration who they are talking to.

  • Play role plays of all kinds. Disguise yourself, play at the store, at the kitchen, at the restaurant. Practice greetings, say “thank you” and “please” and teach them to make requests. Follow the children’s initiatives and comment on what they do. To ask questions.
  • Enjoy the talks, they represent ideal moments to work the turn of speech. Have the children raise their hands, take the talking stick. Children must wait their turn before speaking.
  • Collective stories. Each child tells a piece of an imaginary story. The child who has the turn must take into account what the previous child has told to be able to continue the story.
  • When the parents arrive and leave, greet them and wish them a good day. Children learn with a positive model. Encourage children to do the same. Greet the children who take turns in the room.


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