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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Quest For Demolishing The Barriers Of Classroom Communication

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Dr. Ambalika Borthakur





The conventional method of classroom communication always carries the probability of the existence of a wall between the students and the teachers. The one way method of communication prevailing in the common classrooms has always been treated as a major threat to the effectiveness of a fruitful communication. The process of education is assumed as an established system of communication through which the sender disseminates knowledge related information to the learners. But in the conventional way of classroom communication only limited information can be shared with the learners and normally it conducts one-way communication (though virtually it is both way communication). Therefore, there is a scope for further study for innovation in the classroom communication with new thoughts and ideas. In this paper attempt has been made to explore the probability of using some select tools of performing arts for demolishing the prevailing wall between students and the teachers during the communication in the classroom.



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