Increase your presentation ability: Four Stages of Effective Communication between Teacher and Student


Follow this Model of four stages
1. Entry
2. Developing
3. Approaching
4. Ideal/Target




Model of Effective Oral and Written Communication

1. Entry - Teacher Initiates and Utilizes traditional models of instruction.

2. Developing - Teacher creates structures for students to articulate thoughts and ideas and employs multimedia and technologies - Student communicates and work collaboratively to create products.

3. Approaching  - Teacher models effective communication, structures for students to use communication for a range of purposes, provides connections beyond classroom - Students communicate with audiences within and beyond classroom, frequently collaborate to create products.

4. Ideal/Target - Teacher models effective communication in multiple ways for multiple purposes, provides opportunities for students to make global connections. Teacher creates structures, provides opportunities and assesses student performances. - Students initiate communication in real and non-real time, articulate thoughts and ideas effectively oral, written and non-verbal, in a variety of forms and contexts. Listens effectively to decipher meaning, including knowledge, values, attitudes and intentions. Use Communication for a range of purposes  (E.g. to inform, instruct, motivate and persuade.) Utilize multiple media and technologies, and know how to judge their effectiveness as well as assess their impact. Student communicates effectively in diverse environments (including multilingual).

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