Communication : Benefits And Limvantages Of Communication
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ANALYSE BENEFITS AND LIMITATIONS OF COMMUNICATION METHODS AND MEDIA USED IN OWN AREA OF SPECIALISM UNIT 2, 5.2 Literature Review
Salomon, 1979 suggests that people learn abstract, new, and novel concepts more easily when they are presented in both verbal and visual form (Salomon, 1979). Other empirical research shows that visual media make concepts more accessible to a person than text media and help with later recall (Cowen, 1984). In Willingham's (2009) research he asks a simple question to make his point, "Why do students remember everything that's on television and forget what we lecture?" – because visual media helps students retain concepts and ideas. Bransford, Browning, and Cocking (1999, p 194) also note the crucial role that technology plays in creating learning environments that extend the possibilities of one-way communication media, such as movies, documentaries, television shows and music into new areas that require interactive learning like visualizations and student-created content.
Through years of researching for the best teaching paradigm to improve my teaching skills during the earlier 2000, I have learned to apply three important concepts that contribute towards effective communication with students. These concepts are cultural content, physical context, and active listening: Understanding the different form of values, beliefs, habits, and practices of the cultural context of my students help me in planning the lesson structures more effectively as