METHODS OF COMMUNICATION
Verbal communication is one way for people to communicate face-to-face. Some of the key components of ver-bal communication are sound, words, speaking and language.
Written communication means commu-nication by means of written symbols.
Electronic communication can be re-ferred to as any communication that re-quires the use of technology. For exam-ple: Video conference, Electronic mail (E-Mail), Voice mail, Facsimile (Fax), Cellular phone and Paging system.
Visual communication is a process of sending & receiving messages. Com-munication of ideas through visual images.
The process of communication through sending
and receiving wordless messages is known as Non verbal communication. Such
messages can be communicated through gesture, body language or pos-ture, facial
expression and eye contact.
1. It is one of the oldest methods of teaching
2. It refers to the teaching procedure involved in the clarification or explanation to the students of some major ideas. It places more emphasis on the presentation of the content.
3. In this method teacher is more active and the students are passive. In this method question answer procedure is used to keep the students attentive in the class.
4. This method is used to clarify matter, to expand content and motivate the students.
It promotes the acquisition of knowledge or skill through repetitive practice. “It re-fers to small tasks such as the memoriza-tion of spelling or vocabulary words, or the practicing of arithmetic facts and may also be found in more sophisticated learn-ing tasks or physical education games and sports.
Rote learning is a learning technique which focuses on memorization. The major practice involved in rote learn-ing is learning by repetition by which students commit information to mem-ory in a highly structured way.
A method in which thoughts are synthe-sized to perceive something that the indi-vidual has not know before.
The learner get directly involved in learning. Learning is a result of the learners own insight, reflection, and experience.