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Child demonstrates knowledge of verbal conversational rules.
Speaking (Conversation) Skills
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The description about the shatavahanas Dynasty and for the better administration in south India
The south India- The Gangas
The founder of ganga dynasty are the descendants of the Ikshvaku dynasty. They ruled from kuvalala, talakadu and manyapura which is present day’s...
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participates in a conversation with a peer or adult, taking turns talking and not interrupting.
waits until a teacher finishes a conversation with an adult before talking.
uses the appropriate tone of voice for the situation (a raised voice to show excitement when talking outside or about a new pet, a quiet voice when inside).
models conversational etiquette during whole group time, such as sharing a journal entry or during show and tell (“James is sharing now. Your turn is next.”).
models and explains when and how to use the phrase “Excuse me” when a child needs to interrupt an ongoing conversation.
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