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Constant repetition may be necessary to develop a child's skills. For Group Activities: 1 Decide how you will seat the children. A circular or semicircular arrangement is best, because it allows everybody a view of the material and the adult. Children with a sensory impairment may find it easier if they are seated in the middle of a semi-circle. This is the best position to hear and see the speaker. 2 Seat the children according to how well they work with other children and their own needs and preferences.

In addition, conversations related to shared experiences of this sort are naturally more meaningful for the child. Some activities are non-verbal, and would particularly benefit those children who have difficulty in listening to the adult while engaging in play. Other more complex activities involving spoken language provide a useful focus for joint conversation between the adult and the child. Page 28 Teaching Guidelines Use the following guidelines to help you plan activities for sharing attention.

6 Plan the length of the activity. You need to allow enough time for the child to study materials visually. The length of the activity will also affect her concentration. ) 7 Use instructions that are clear, simple and within the language abilities of the child. The activities can be modified for children who have a limited understanding of spoken language. For example, the required responses can be modelled by the adult. 8 Decide which teaching strategies you will employ during the activity.

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