When communicating with people either with adults

When communicating with people either with adults , children or young people adjustments have to be made to our communication and with the correct language and contexts of the subject or point we are trying to explain. While engaging in conversation to a child or young person we will make explanations and descriptions more exuberant and vivid to paint a picture for added clarity and understanding of whats being said ,this will avoid unnecessary distractions then the child’s attention will remain solely on you.

This type of adjustment will come naturally and be subconsciously made, we will tend to make this change if we are in a formal setting for example a meeting with other professionals, we will speak and portray ourselves in a professional manner. The biggest difference between the way we communicate with adults , children and young people is that adults will understand the point briefly and wont need further explanation the way in which they speak to each other is not in a basic style of language and descriptive way and more of an informal and directly to the point type of conversation while still maintaining and conducting themselves professionally.