Barriers In Classroom Communication

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Cipline and tom: of the, School are the factors that influence the social. Environment of class-room. All these factors significantly influence the teaching-learning communication. Therefore, care shouldbe taken for their proper arrangement and control.
14. Principle of facilitators and barriers of communication:
Facilitators are helpful in effective communication whereas barriers adverselyaffect communication Hence learning situations and environment should beso organized as to eliminate barriers of communications as far as possible.
(D) BARRIERS OF COMMUNICATION
Barriers in Classroom Complication:
Important barriers to class-room communication are given below:
1. Out-of-school interference in the form of commercial and entertainment media:Out-of-school
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Excessive verbalism: In most of our class-rooms excessive talkingby the teacher goes on in the name of teaching. He explains a lot reallywhen a student says that he does not understand, the teacher explains more. The words come out from the teacher’s mouth in endless succession. This is known as excessive verbalism. But many pupils do not have adequate Language proficiency to learn from this excessive verbalism. Hence it interferes with effective class-room communication. To avoid excessive verbalismthe teacher may use a variety of instructional materials like charts, diagrams, specimens, models, tape recorders, sound films, video-cassettes and many others which use the best of the communication techniques to transmit the subject…show more content…
(1) Internal Barriers:
The roots of internal barriers of classroom communication lie in the communication or sender and receiver (student) of the message. These can be named as under:
1. Poor physical health (illness, speech, voice, visual or hearing defects) of sender or receiver or both.
2. Poor mental health and psychological make up like prejudices, stereotypes, negative attitude, inattention, insecurity, anxiety, dissatisfaction and depression of sender or receiver or both.
3. Poor background in terms of mental level, intelligence, language, experience, competency, general background and previous learning of the sender or receiver of both.
4. Poor understanding of the symbolic expression, Verbalism and graphical representation.
(2) External Barriers: The roots of external barriers lie in the environmental factors prevailing at the time of communication. These factors can be named as given below.
1. Physical discomfort like inconvenient chairs and desks, poor light and ventilation and lack of fresh air.
2. Noise and other

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