Children participate in conversations with peers and adults in one-on-one, small, and larger group interactions.
Learning to Communicate
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Appreciate and use humor.
Express an understanding that people communicate in many ways (gestures, facial expressions, multiple spoken languages, sign language, and augmentative communication).
Participate in a group discussion, making comments and asking questions related to the topic.
Initiate and carry on conversations that involve multiple back and forth communications or turns between the persons involved in the conversation.
Initiate and participate in conversations related to interests of their own or the persons they are communicating with.