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Communication Skills for Effective Transaction of Curriculum in Futuristic Classrooms


Journal on School Educational Technology Volume 1, Number 2, ISSN 0973-2217


Communication is essential in each and every sphere of life, and is considered the fundamental social process because human beings interact with each other through communication in social settings. Classrooms have their own social settings in which teachers and students interact. During interaction, the main purpose of the teacher is to communicate content to students in an effective manner. The teaching-learning process includes expressive and receptive skills, which covers four pillars of communication: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. This article argues that communication is an art and mastery that makes a teacher's job easier. The success of communicating depends upon the use of skills in communication. Teachers are encouraged to give proper consideration to each of the components of communication discussed in this article.


Singh, V.P. & Singh, B.B. (2005). Communication Skills for Effective Transaction of Curriculum in Futuristic Classrooms. Journal on School Educational Technology, 1(2), 25-29. Retrieved December 13, 2019 from .

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