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THE TONE, PACE AND INTENTION OF LANGUAGE AND HOW IT AFFECTS THE CHILD  

LANGUAGE AS A TOOL TO STRENGTHEN THE RELATIONSHIP WITH CHILDREN 

  • slower pace, soft volume, soft tone, etc. will provide the child with enough information about the current situation and the state the educator is in even if the child does not speak any languages yet or finds herself in a setting where she does not understand the language offered 

  • even if the child does not fully understand the actual spoken words, she will notice the responsive attitude of the educator and that she shows interest in Momo 

  • the calm and interested tone of voice and the continuity of communication accompanies the child in her world of experiences and gives the child a feeling of safety, joyful interaction, appreciation and builds a relationship between the educator and the child