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Voice and Body Control

Why is it is important to teach children about voice and body control.

Loren Perez

on 29 April 2010

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Transcript of Voice and Body Control

Voice and Body Control By:Loren Perez, Vanessa Garza,
Miles Ricketts, and Candice Lamb Description

These are two basic traits that should be learned at an early age. They should be able to understand the tone of someone’s voice and know the tone of voice they should use when speaking to a teacher, parent, etc. They should also know to keep their hands and legs to themselves. Main Focus:
Kindergarten How will this affect your classroom? Children learn these skills so that they do not interfere with the rest of the classes' learning, and so that they don't injure other students. If a child can not control their voice then they can become very disruptive, creating a distraction for both the teacher and classmates. Class Domenstration:)
Students need specific knowledge and skills in order to control their voices and bodies. They must be aware of their surroundings and practice polite and appropriate volume control over their voices. It is also important that they learn how to sit still and not be rough with other students. Why is this important? Fun Follow up Activity Classroom “sign language” What knowledge do children need to
have in order to display these traits? Voice control and body control have a lot to do with self-discipline. Self-discipline is taking responsibility for your own actions. It is a very important quality to help children develop and be able to learn things such as talking in a calm voice and keeping your hands to yourself.
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