EFFECTIVE CLASS ROOM COMMUNICATION & MANAGEMENT

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COMMUNICATION METHOD
Note: Better media of communication will be more effective

TEACHER

MEDIA OF COMMUNICATION ON (SPECIAL WRITRING, OHP, DEMONSTRATION ETC.)

STUDENT

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Communication Skills for effective teaching
Eight C’s for effective communication are • Contents of the Subject • Clarity in teaching or communication • Capabaility of the person who communicates • Credibility of a communicator • Channels of communication • Creativity in communication • Consistency in terms of teaching • Continuity (regularity
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MAJOR ASPECTS OF COMMUNICATION

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Evaluation Motivation Experimentation Self assessment of a teacher

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Dimensions of effective communication
• Clarity in mind (with proper plan) • Purpose of communication (objective) • Summarization • Teacher to be empathetic
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Dimensions of effective communication
T – tact, tenacity E – Enthusiasm and Energy A – Aptitude, Adaptability, Ambitious and Ability to Achieve C – Communication Skills, Clarity, Counselling H – Humble, Honest, Holistic E – Enterprising and Efficiency (to inculcate special qualities like time management etc., which will be helpful to in other aspects R - Resourcefulness
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CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
Classroom managements relates to controlling the learning situation, directing the learning for the students and coping with uncertainties. It can be defined as “managing the classroom situation to ensure that an atmosphere is generated where the most effective learning takes place from all of the students”
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Five main areas of importance in classroom management
1. Arousal : to ensure that students are motivated and ready to learn 2. Expectancy:making sure that students know what is required of them and what they will be able to do after learning 3. Incentive:ensuring students know how achievements will be rewarded 4. Disciplinary:ensuring that the work of a group is not disrupted 5. Employment:ensuring that students are gainfully employed in a variety of activities
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Suggestions for class-room management
Arousal • Use novel strategies for a change and to break up any monotony • Create interest through relevance • Change the stimulus frequently between verbal, whiteboard, OHP and charts • Have frequent breaks and change of activity to combat fatigue. Ensure that individuals do not become overexcited. • Get to know the personality characteristics of your students (extroverts and introverts) as soon as possible
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Suggestions for class-room management Expectancy • Tell students the objectives of what is to be learned • Always praise student achievement • Have high expectations of your students • Avoid the use of “punishment”
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Suggestions for class-room management Incentive • Ensure all students know they are to be assessed. • Make work relevant to individual needs. Tell students why they are studying a topic and how it will be of benefit to them.
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Suggestions for class-room management Disciplinary o Establish effective rules for class conduct o Never use sarcasm or humiliate a student o Address the management problem rather than attacking a student o Show concern for individuals and get to know their interests
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Suggestions for class-room management Employment  Ensure a sense of individual achievements  Provide activities that are relevant to the achievements of the lesson’s objectives

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How to control the class
• Control should be no more than a simple feedback system, concerned with a comparison of actual with planned performance • Unless the teacher satisfies the students the class cannot be controlled • To satisfy the students, teacher need to know the requirements of students • Essential requirements for a good teacher to control the class are,
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Essential requirements for a good teacher to control the class
o o o o o o o o o o Knowledge of the subject Attention of the teacher towards the individual students Confidence Flexibility Fair treatment Incentives or encouragement to students Friendship relationship with the students Evaluation (feedback) Punctuality by teacher Creating a healthy environment for students to provide suggestions o No humiliation o Positive response towards students etc.
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How to control the class
• Teacher should recognize attending and non-attending behavior of the students in the class • Teachers should be available outside the classroom to clarify the doubts of students, if any • The class can be controlled by,

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How to control the class
• • • • • • • Establishing rapport with the students Giving examples Review of previous class Conclusion at the ends of the session Plan before entering the class (lesson plan) Preparation of topics in a sequence manner Effective rules and regulations should be established to conduct a class
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How to control the class
• Teacher has to communicate in such a manner that all the students perceive in the right way • Teachers should be learner oriented center rather than teacher oriented center • Teacher should emphasize the value of punctuality in the later life • Teacher should learn various techniques to control the classroom, which make the learning successful • Be careful with the use of punishments
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