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Helping children in trouble.

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LC ClassificationsHV715 .U5 1947
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Pagination17 p.
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Open LibraryOL6026003M
LC Control Number47046131
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Activity 1 Pair-Think-Share • Pair with a partner • Identify some ways in which children make their wants and needs known • Think about how communication difficulties could affect this ability • Share your thoughts Speaker Notes: • Assign partners.

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• Ask participants to complete the chart on the Activity 1 handout. • Share thoughts with the large group by having some pairs share."When David gets in trouble, he always says 'NO! It's not my fault!

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