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Communicating with student and parents

  1. 1. Communicating with student and parents<br />
  2. 2. Model of communication :<br />Communication Teacher with students . <br />Communication Teacher with parents.<br />Communication parents with his students.<br />(( For active learning ))<br />
  3. 3. Classroom Communication :<br />Communication is the act ,by one or more persons, of sending and receiving messages that are distorted by noise, have some effect , and provide some opportunity for feedback<br />
  4. 4. Messages may be sent and received in many forms<br />Verbal Communication <br /> Vocal Communication <br /> Physical Communication <br /> Situational Communication<br />
  5. 5. Verbal Communication :<br />Teacher communicate information to students by talking, that is, through verbal communication. Learning, however, does not take place only through teacher talk and words. Nonverbal variables sometimes determine whether something is learned.<br />
  6. 6. There are three components of spoken messages:<br />-The Verbal Component.<br />-The Vocal Component .<br />-The Metaverbal Component .<br />
  7. 7. Nonverbal Communication :<br />Communication can be nonlinguistic . That is, you can send messages without using words.<br />This form of communication is referred to as nonverbal communication .Sometimes nonverbal communication is designed very carefully for evoking a particular response, whereas at other times it occurs naturally or accidentally.<br />
  8. 8. Facial Language:<br />The face and eyes probably the most conspicuous parts of our body, and, as such, we communicate a great deal of information through our facial expressions. In fact, face is second only to words in communicating our feelings .<br />
  9. 9. Types of facial language:<br />1-Facial expressions.<br />2-Involuntary facial expressions.<br />3-Voluntary facial expressions.<br />
  10. 10. Body Language :<br />The study of body movement and gestures in communication, represent an important source of information. Indeed, gestures with the head, arms, hands, and other body parts are pervasive as nonverbal communicators.<br />
  11. 11. However we should consider the following points:<br />1-The overuse of body movement and gestures can be a deterrent to effective communication.<br />2-The use of touch is a very powerful nonverbal communication .<br />3-Although it is usually unwise for you to touch a student of the opposite sex.<br />4-The way you dress send a variety of messages. It is often difficult to take a speaker seriously.<br />
  12. 12. Communication with parents:<br />Veteran teacher stress the importance of communicating with parents and families, but good communication between you and parents will not just happen. It requires work and special skills such as:<br />1-good listening techniques.<br />2-Tact.<br />3-Kindness.<br />4-Consideration.<br />5-Empathy.<br />6-Enthusiasm.<br />7-Understanding of parent-child relationships.<br />((Effective teachers start communicating with parents at the beginning of the school year))<br />
  13. 13. How to communicate with parents :<br />1-hold a meeting with parents to tell them everyone role.<br />2-offer, whenever practicable, a number of meetings.<br />3-Involve parents in improving the plan.<br />4-parents attend sessions related to the courses and marks. <br />5-parents make suggestion and decisions relating to the education of their children. <br />

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