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Understand the value and benefits of listening to children.
Give an example of how he/she felt when listened to as a child.
List some of the benefits of listening to children.
Be able to listen without interrupting.
Demonstrate listening without interrupting.
Understand the importance of acknowledging children’s feelings and needs.
Give an example of a child’s feelings and possible underlying need.
State why it is important to acknowledge these feelings and needs.
Know how to ask appropriate questions when listening to children.
Give an example of a question to ask a child.
State why it is appropriate.