Meaning of Communication:
As we all know that communication is one of the important processes needed for human survival. Communication is a medium of transferring our ideas, needs, wishes, and denying to others. Without communication, human existence is of no value. Communication plays an important role in the classroom process because it is due to communication a teacher comes to know about various needs of children and through its effective teaching-learning process takes place.
Thus, we can say that communication is a process of conveying a message or message from one person to another.
Classroom communication is the interactive language and responses between students and teachers.
Role of Communication in Education:
Education is considered an important aspect of the survival of human beings. And for obtaining knowledge or education communication is an important element. Communication helps to transmit the knowledge from the teacher to the student aside from the sharing of other ideas, thoughts, and opinions.
Categories of Communication:
The three categories of classroom communication:
1. Verbal Communication: Verbal communication is communication in which teacher and students convey the messages orally
2. Non-verbal Communication: Non-Verbal communication refers to the body language of the teacher and student.
3. Written Communication: Written communication exists in the form of writing for example giving comments on the report card and assignment.
Elements of Communication:
There are six elements of communication:
2. Sender/ Encoder
Barriers to Effective Classroom Communication:
1. Noise: This is one of the most important barriers in the classroom process. Noise can interrupt the entire teaching-learning process in the classroom.
2. Lack of listening: Lack of effective listening is also a barrier in the teaching-learning process. Different students have different perception of the student and interprets it differently which results in conveying inappropriate information by the student.
3. Language: If the language of teacher and student doesn’t match then it results in creating a barrier in the teaching-learning process.
4. Medical or psychological issues: Medical or psychological issues is also an important barrier to ineffective communication. If the child is not mentally sound due to any medical reason or psychological reason then it creates a barrier or disturbance in the teaching-learning process.
6. Emotional states: If the child is facing depression, mood swings, anxiety, low self-esteem, effects of a traumatic event, etc. can also create a barrier to communication.
|Serial No.||Book Name||Author Name|
|1.||CTET and TETs Child Development and Pedagogy Paper 1 and 2||Arihant Experts|
|2.||CTET Child Development and Pedagogy for Paper 1 and Paper 2||By Pearson (Sandeep Kumar)|
|3.||Educating Exceptional Children: An Introduction to Special Education||Mangal S.K|
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