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THE COMPARISON BETWEEN ONE WAY AND
TWO WAY COMMUNICATION OF LEARNERS’
ROLE
IN CLASSROOM
School of Undergraduate Studies of...
WHAT IS COMMUNICATION?
Communication is the activity of conveying
information through the exchange of
thoughts, messages, ...
THE LEARNER’S ROLE IN COMMUNICATION
Two types of communicationin wich learners
participate:
1. One-way.
2. Two-way (Restri...
ONE WAY COMMUNICATION


In one-way communication, the learner
listens to or reads the target language
but does not respon...
WHAT IS TWO-WAY COMMUNICATION?


Two-way communication always includes
feedback from the receiver to the sender and
lets ...
RESTRICTED TWO-WAY


In restricted two-way, the
learner responds orally to
someone, but the learner does
not use target l...
FULL TWO-WAY
COMMUNICATION
I full two -wa y c o m m unic a tio n, the le a rne r s p e a k
n
in the ta rg e t la ng ua g e...
ONE WAY VS. TWO WAY COMMUNICATION
ONE WAY
Hard to understand

TWO WAY
Easier to understand

The sender is conveying a Rece...
THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF
ONE-WAY COMMUNICATION

The advantages of one-way
communications are that the
sender ha...
 

THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF
TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS


The ADVANTAGE of two-way communications are
that the send...
LET’S REVIEW THEM AT GLANCE
THIS IS OUR VIDEO ABOUT COMMUNICATION
IN CLASSROOM

Click here!

Click here!
CONCLUSION
After conducting this experiment, we have concluded
that both communications are good at the conditional
situat...
THANK YOU
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THE COMPARISON BETWEEN ONE WAY AND TWO WAY COMMUNICATION

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THE COMPARISON BETWEEN ONE WAY AND TWO WAY COMMUNICATION

  1. 1. THE COMPARISON BETWEEN ONE WAY AND TWO WAY COMMUNICATION OF LEARNERS’ ROLE IN CLASSROOM School of Undergraduate Studies of University of Brawijaya By: M. Ghozali Affan 125110500111006
  2. 2. WHAT IS COMMUNICATION? Communication is the activity of conveying information through the exchange of thoughts, messages, or information, as by speech, visuals, signals, writing, or behavior. It is the meaningful exchange of information between two or a group of person (Wikipedia).
  3. 3. THE LEARNER’S ROLE IN COMMUNICATION Two types of communicationin wich learners participate: 1. One-way. 2. Two-way (Restricted and full).
  4. 4. ONE WAY COMMUNICATION  In one-way communication, the learner listens to or reads the target language but does not respond.  The communication is one-way, towards the learner, not from the learner.  Examples: Listening to programs, speeches and radio watching films and most televisions programs, and reading books and magazines. sende r messa ge recei v er
  5. 5. WHAT IS TWO-WAY COMMUNICATION?  Two-way communication always includes feedback from the receiver to the sender and lets the sender know the message has been received accurately  Both sender and receiver listen to each other, gather information and are willing to make changes to work together in harmony
  6. 6. RESTRICTED TWO-WAY  In restricted two-way, the learner responds orally to someone, but the learner does not use target language. The response may be in the learner’s first language or some other non target language and may include a nonverbal response such as nodding.
  7. 7. FULL TWO-WAY COMMUNICATION I full two -wa y c o m m unic a tio n, the le a rne r s p e a k n in the ta rg e t la ng ua g e , a c ting bo th re c ip ie nt a nd s e nd e r o f ve rba l m e s s a g e s . Most of the available empirical research emphasizes the benefits of allowing oneway and restricted two-way communication during the early parts of the learning process and waiting until the student is ready to produce the target language before insisting on full two-way communication.
  8. 8. ONE WAY VS. TWO WAY COMMUNICATION ONE WAY Hard to understand TWO WAY Easier to understand The sender is conveying a Receivers can ask message to receivers questions about the without expecting the message receivers to ask questions about it
  9. 9. THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF ONE-WAY COMMUNICATION The advantages of one-way communications are that the sender has no problem; they can carry on with their work and don’t have to worry about anything. The disadvantage for one way communication would be that they cannot state their opinion and how the media text has affected them.
  10. 10.   THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS  The ADVANTAGE of two-way communications are that the senders and the receivers get to discuss what they would like. they can respond to the sender and ask questions or talk about concerns over with the sender.  The DISADVANTAGE the sender gets bothered and has to always focus on what the receivers want more than what they want. Most times this is a bother to most senders because every one has a different opinion about things and the sender has to make something that majority of the people will enjoy.
  11. 11. LET’S REVIEW THEM AT GLANCE
  12. 12. THIS IS OUR VIDEO ABOUT COMMUNICATION IN CLASSROOM Click here! Click here!
  13. 13. CONCLUSION After conducting this experiment, we have concluded that both communications are good at the conditional situation. One–way communication is appropriate in the class which focuses on listening, reading, and such kind of them. Whereas, two-way communication is a better way for people to interact with each other and much easier to accomplish a task especially in the class which focuses on building speaking and sharing. Twoway communication allows the receiver of the message reply or question on something they did not understand
  14. 14. THANK YOU

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