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SUPER TEACHERS

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Effective communication is communication that is clearly and successful delivered, received and understood.

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SUPER TEACHERS

  1. 1. EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION AND INSTRUCTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION IS COMMUNICATION THAT IS CLEARLY AND SUCCESSFUL DELIVERED, RECEIVED AND UNDERSTOOD.
  2. 2. BARRIERS TO COMMUNICATION • LANGUAGE BARRIER • Is a figurative phrase used primarily to indicate the difficulties faced when communicating with others while speaking multiple languages. • PHYSICAL BARRIER • Is the environment and natural condition that act as a barrier in communication in sending message from sender to receiver.
  3. 3. EMOTIONAL BARRIERS  Common emotions, such as anger, love, joy, anxiety and sadness can all create emotional barriers that negatively affect communication.  An emotional barrier can develop during childhood or even after adulthood and is normally due to certain traumatic events or experiences  One of the most critical issues brought about by emotional barriers is the inability to communicate effectively  Anxiety has a negative impact on the part of your brain that manages creativity and communication skills
  4. 4. CULTURAL BARRIERS  Whether in university or at school, it is common to face barriers or challenge to effective cross cultural communication  Cultural diversity makes communication difficult as the mindset of people of different cultures are different  The way you communicate is affected by the culture you were brought up in  Lack of common experience – if the speaker and the audience cannot relate because they do not have the same knowledge or have not shared the same experiences communication won’t be clear
  5. 5. WAYS TO COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY WITH YOUR LEARNERS • One on One • Experts have been able to prove that some people understand better when you take them aside and talk to them on a one-on-one basis. • Ensure that you maintain eye contact with them to enable the message to sink in. • Use Presentations • Some learners grasp messages easily when pictures and sounds are involved. • Using presentations like Microsoft Power Point to communicate with your learners will give them the opportunity to refer back to it if they aren’t clear about certain things.
  6. 6. WAYS TO COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY PROVIDE INFORMATION IN ACCORDANCE • FOR EXAMPLE AS A TEACHER BEFORE TEACHING LEARNERS YOU CAN START WITH THE LESSON OUTCOMES AND EXPLAIN IT TO LEARNERS HOW THE LESSON WILL BE CONDUCTED AND WHAT IS EXPECTED FROM THEM, THEN AFTER THE LESSON YOU CAN GIVE THEM ACTIVITY REPEAT, AS NECESSARY TO ENSURE COMMUINICATION IS ACCURATELY RECEIVED • WHEN YOU NOTICE THAT THAT LEARNERS DID NOT RECEIVE THE MASSAGE YOU TRYING TO CONVEY THEN YOU CAN REPEAT IT AGAIN FOR THEM TO UNDERSTAND.
  7. 7. • USE SIMPLE WORDS • USE THE LANGUAGE AND WORDS THAT WILL ACCOMMODATE ALL LEARNERS • USE APPROPRIATE TONE OF VOICE • DON’T BE LOUD OR TOO SOFT, BUT BE AUDIABLE SO THAT LEARNERS CAN HEAR YOU • HAVE ENERGY • DON’T BE CLUMSY • THE NEXT VIDEO IS THE RESOLUTION OF THE LAST MISUNDESTANDING
  8. 8. CONCLUSION • Looking at the discussion provided of the factors that may lead to as well as hinder effective communication we conclude that efficient and effective communication is the one that takes into account of : Environmental and natural conditions PROVIDE INFORMATION AS WELL AS ensure that it IS ACCURATELY RECEIVED USE SIMPLE WORDS USE APPROPRIATE TONE OF VOICE, and requires energy LANGUAGE
  9. 9. AS SUPER TEACHERS WE HAVE TO BE EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATORS THANK YOU !!!

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