Dhivyaadevi communication


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Dhivyaadevi communication

  1. 1. Communication Communication is the transmission of one’s ideas, thoughts, or information. The parts of communication are I. Verbal communication. II. Non- verbal communication.
  2. 2. Verbal communication: Verbal communication as the name suggests is about speaking , listening carefully and then speaking again . The last policy to follow is to always remember why one has two ears and only one mouth obviously to listen twice as much as one can say. The verbal communication includes: (1) Monologue. (2) Dialogue. (3) Debate. (4) Group discussions. (5) Argument. (6) Conservations. (7) Interviews. Non – verbal communication: It is a silent communication in which the communicators use (1)Eye contact. (2)Facial expression.
  3. 3. (3)Body language. (4)Dress and grooming. (5)Posture. (6) Attitude. 35% verbal nonverbal 65% BARRIERS Barriers are the blocks which corrode successful communicators. The barriers are of three types. a)Personal barriers. b)Physical barriers. c)Semantic barriers.
  4. 4. Personal Barriers: The personal barriers which I experienced was when I am eager to study about Air Hostess course my parents did not allowed me to study this course .I explained them and gave the mechanism about the course . Physical Barriers: Physical barriers can be explained with an example when a student finds a problem to speak with the teacher its one of his physical barrier. Semantic Barriers: The language should be made simple and make our communication as friendly as possible to break the
  5. 5. semantic barriers CHARACTER Character plays an important role in one’s life. Character is nothing but the behavior of person. Every one of us would like to be successful, happy and loved. I am sure each of us dreams of doing something great in life, something that we would be remembered by. All this is possible only if we possess certain fine qualities like honesty, courage, confidence, maturity, helpfulness and above all a loving and cheerful smile. Each of these is a value for us to possess and grow by.
  6. 6. Superstition is a belief not based on reason. It is an irrational fear of the unknown or the mysterious. Many of these superstitious practices have come down through tradition. Belief in superstition can have a lot of draw backs. It prevents us from thinking freely. At the back of the mind there is fear. Eventually such beliefs destroy our self- confidence and make us slaves. My personal experience which made me very sad is, my friend’s family, they are not well educated. They have three children’s they are very poor family. When their first child is doing her 9th standard she drank poison because she doesn’t like to study but the village people said her in a bad way. She felt in bad way .she cried a lot. She did not go to school after that she gone to plantation
  7. 7. works. Her second sister is some what unmatured girl. She won’t speak to anyone. She is an arrogant girl. Her third sister is doing her 7th standard .she is a very talented and intelligent girl .she is a very kind girl. Her first sister got marriage now. She feels very sad why we did not study at that time. Now she is going to study. Her husband said her to study now. Then she feels for that why I did not study. Her parents did not take her steps and not grown her properly, they also feels for that now. Now she is also eager to study now. “Superstition” is mere myths. God is the ruler of the world we must trust in him. These superstitious p- practices are blind belief but not the actual truth. “Be not superstitious”
  8. 8. The character which I suggest for building a strong character and imbibing the moral values is “studying” In all of creation, man alone can choose to help others then the most morale creature is only studying. Without studying nothing is there. Because of her loss in mind she did not study but she feels very sad. Nothing is there without studying .all will do when we do our hard work. No pain without gain .its a proverb to how to lead life. So no one is there to lead or guide, we are our guide ness. The whole art of teaching is only the art of awakening the natural curiosity of young minds for the purpose of satisfying it afterwards
  9. 9. The aim of education is the knowledge not of fact, but of values. Next in importance to freedom and justice is popular education, without which neither freedom nor justice can be permanently maintained. WELCOME BY T.DHIVYAA