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Understand the roles and responsibilities associated with working in a group.
. Identify different roles for group members when completing specific group tasks.
Interact successfully with group members and staff in a range of contexts.
(SLc/L1; SLlr/L1; SLd/L1)
. Communicate appropriately to others in a range of structured situations.
Demonstrate listening and conversational skills for social interaction.
. Select information being communicated orally and respond appropriately, showing that the information has been understood.
Be aware of others’ rights to communicate within a group situation.
. Allow others to express their view/responses without interrupting on a number of occasions in different group situations.
. Discuss why this is important
Recognise the importance of co-operation when working in group situations.
. Identify a number of situations when co-operation is necessary to achieve a group task.
Accept and respond to praise and criticism in a variety of context.
. Identify the appropriate response to praise and constructive criticism from group members in different structured contexts.
Be aware of the role of those in authority and their relationship with them.
. Identify their relationship with those in authority.