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All communication takes place in a context. Contexts include the environment and the type of activity that is going on - and in which you might be integrating work with this person. The context could be the curriculum subject that is being taught (such as Geography), or it might be a routine daily activity such as having a meal. Note that a curriculum context should not be confused with the communication skill area. The context could be History - the Romans, however the skill area someone might actually be working towards in this context might be Science - use descriptive language to describe objects (describing Roman clothes for example).

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