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5.0 von 5 Sternen cartoons help you to visualize yourself in examples
I just happened to stumble upon this book while looking for something to help me communicate better with my kids and I think I have hit the jackpot! Instead of just talking about and around each example the authors funnel their expertise into little cartoons that make it so easy to grasp the concepts. I can really see myself in each example speaking to my kids, and...
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Das Buch ist leider überfrachtet mit gut gemeinten Ratschlägen zu einem besseren Umgang mit Kindern, ganz auf Super Nanny Niveau, die aber leider nur einen Inhalt haben: Alles wird gut, solange du die Gefühle deines offenen darüber redenden Kindes :-) akzeptierst und wahrnimmst.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen cartoons help you to visualize yourself in examples, 5. Juli 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: How To Talk So Kids Can Learn (Taschenbuch)
I just happened to stumble upon this book while looking for something to help me communicate better with my kids and I think I have hit the jackpot! Instead of just talking about and around each example the authors funnel their expertise into little cartoons that make it so easy to grasp the concepts. I can really see myself in each example speaking to my kids, and (yes, unfortunately) I am usually on the doing-it-wrong end of things. This book should really give me a lot of practical ways to relate to my children that are immediately usable.
Even after gaining the knowledge contained in this book I'm sure that the key is always being aware of what is happening so that you do not miss opportunities to use the techniques that you have learned. This awareness is probably attained only through consistent practice of the techniques themselves. The good news however, is that you will probably remember the little cartoons better than if you had simply read about something you were supposed to do in a certain situation.
While the book is aimed at the parent/child or teacher/child relationship, the concepts are easily transferrable to other social contexts such as supervisor/worker, boss/employee, etc. And don't stop there. The techniques do not have to be limited to non-peer relationships. They can be just as effectively applied to peer relationships as well. They basically cover good, PRACTICAL, communication techniques that are in essence universal. In my current guest relations job, I can immediately use many of the techniques. They involve denying yourself the satisfaction of talking down to another person, and trying to find another means to effectively commuicate without being condescending, which is so easy in the parent/child relationship.
Although there may be other fine books that also give great advice in this area, this book stands out in that the advice is perceived visually, and it is fun, which may make the information more retainable. A great book and easy to read.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I highly recommend this incredible book, 17. Februar 2000
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: How To Talk So Kids Can Learn (Taschenbuch)
This was a blessing to read! The book offers practical ways to create solutions for problems, how to listen, empathize, and better understand the person with whom you're speaking. As a teacher, I am able to apply this with students of ages ranging from 5 to 15 yrs old, and as a continuing student, I am able to apply communication techniques to others. The illustrations are especially helpful for "review" of the books main focus. This is a simple to read, easy to understand book, with efficient ways to apply knowledge towards MANY people, not only children. I recommend this book for anyone who has an interest in improving their communication skills, interpersonal relationships, and relationships with children. Husbands, wives, teachers, students, THIS BOOK WORKS when applied. I felt a sense of accomplishment and pride when I noticed myself referring to examples from the book, and you can, as well. It's definitely worth reading!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Every teacher, experienced and new, needs this book!, 26. Juni 1998
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: How To Talk So Kids Can Learn (Taschenbuch)
After a frustrating first year of teaching at a junior high school, I was about ready to give up the teaching career all together. I picked up this book one evening because I liked the cartoon drawings in it (it looked like it would be fun to read). I couldn't put it down. I learned so many things that I cannot wait to use my second year of teaching. I especially appreciated the chapter on praising children. I never realized what a negative impact that too "straight-forward" praise (such as "You're so smart!") could have on a student. Now I look back when I was a kid, and I hated it when people would constantly say that to me, because I always felt like, "okay, i'm smart....so what?" I thought I wouldn't be allowed to make a mistake. Those types of teachers that would say things like, "oh, don't worry about that assignment/paper/project...you are smart..you can do it," well, that didn't make me feel any better. The best teachers I had were the ones that gave me specific examples of things that I was doing right in class.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Invaluable book guides and instructs in simple fashion., 27. April 1998
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: How To Talk So Kids Can Learn (Taschenbuch)
We,parents are often overwhelmed with the responsibilites of raising the sweet things we call our children. We make it throught the strain of the sleepless years, the toddler tantrums, the preschool whys and then we realize we cannot dump our kids off in school and sigh with relief. We need to encourage life long learning. It will never end! Well, Faber and Mazlish continue to outline in this book, simple, sensible, aproaches to problemsolving and esteem building that will invigorate a child's desire to learn. This book is a continuation of How To Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk. Getting away from the fussing, fighting and ranting with children becomes so easy when following their direct and simple outlines of how to carry on discussion. By encouraging active listening, the heart plays a bigger role in interacting with children than the sometimes ranting mouth. I highly recommend it !
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Every Teacher Should Read This Book!, 7. September 1998
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: How To Talk So Kids Can Learn (Taschenbuch)
One of the best books around to help teachers communicate better with children. Even though I bought this to help my teaching, I don't know how I would have made it through the last few years with my three young children without this book. The skills presented in this very readable book are very useful for improving classroom management too and helping children that live with a lot of stress especially in the urban environment. The clear and compelling anecdotes bring Faber and Mazlich's ideas to life!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Essential reading for parents and teachers, 11. Mai 2009
Rezension bezieht sich auf: How To Talk So Kids Can Learn (Taschenbuch)
An easy-to-read, well written, hands-on book that builds on Faber/Mazlish's proven "How to talk so kids will listen" philosophy. All the basic ideas in this book come from "How to talk so kids will listen", but here you find additional examples and stories that will help you deal with issues around learning, and the teacher's perspective is added. If you don't know "How to talk so kids will listen" you should definitely buy that book (first).
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: How To Talk So Kids Can Learn (Taschenbuch)
Dieses Buch ist sehr hilfreich für Eltern und Lehrer! Es gibt praktische Beispiele, wie man Kinder motivieren kann, ihre Verantwortung zum Lernen zu erkennen und wie man ihre Gefühle auffangen und bestätigen kann. Dadurch stärken wir ihr Selbstwertgefühl und helfen ihnen, eine Lösung zu finden.
In den kurzen Situationsbeschreibungen mit Zeichnungen kann jeder sich wiederfinden.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Super Nanny als Textversion, 27. November 2009
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