Communication in the Class room What is communication/ The problems with communication. Amusing story how communication can go wrong!!! 1631 words Scrotum or Sturnum??? this is the question

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The task for this assignment is to produce case studies where you identify and analyse some significant process of communication encountered whilst teaching the programme.

· Analyse both verbal and none verbal communication

organisation of the teaching environment which contribute or detract from effective communication with and between students

· Include a consideration of the constraints on communication; environmental, social, cultural,

· Discuss ways in which students may communicate more effectively

What is Communication?

The transfer of understanding and meaning ·(Management; Robbins; edition 2) Basically, the communication role when involving speaking, expressing through body language, facial looks, tone of voice and even through the smallest gestures will always communicate a message to the receiver. Whether they take it positively or negatively will depend on the social, morale, ethical and cultural background. Communication, without it there would not exist many things.

Question: Where would a Teacher be without communication?

We need communication in our every day lives, in all sorts of relationships.

When we focus on the professional relationships, the teacher wants to communicate to be able to increase his student's knowledge. The sales person wants to sell something to you they saying "you buy the person before you buy the product is true, if you don't like the sales person you probably wont buy from him.

Communication is basically the process which information is exchanged and understood by two or more people, usually with the intention to motivate, influence, inform, debate or even insult. Also a good communicator is a person who listens and hears what the other person is saying, he or she is also able to speak in a way that is understandable and clearly conveys the intended message. · (Journal: The American Salesman; Author; Alan Test; edition; Mar 2001; pp17-19).

The sending and receiving of messages. The...