NTA (UGC) NET Paper 1 Research and Teaching Aptitude: Barrers at receiver side

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Barriers at the Receiver

The process of communication may break down at the receiving end for various reasons, which are stated below:

  1. Paucity of Interest. If any of the student does not have any interest in a particular class or a subject, then he will be least interested in what you are saying and will definitely not take care of what is going in the class.

  2. Paucity of Knowledge. If a student does know the basic fundamentals of a particular topic or a subject, Then he or she will not able to get the crux of topic or subject if you initiate with a higher level.

  3. Paucity of Communication Skills. Those students who have less skills like weak reading and listening skills make ineffective receivers. On the other side, those students who are equipped with outstanding professional vocabulary and who focus specifically on listening, tend to have less problematic hearing and integrating good communication.

  4. Emotional hindrance-In case of inclusion of emotions with the creation and sending of a message, they can also disturb the reception. If a student does not like a particular teacher receive a lesson from the teacher, he or she may have problem even in reading and listening the lesson objectively. He or she may read but to find the fault. Student may misunderstand any of the word and read negative impressions between the lines. Ultimately, he or she will misunderstand any part of the report or the whole of it.

  5. Physical Distractions. If a classroom has sufficient bright lights, glare on computer screens, various loud noises or is situated in an area of extremely hot or cold climate or physical ailments, Such students will indeed face communication breakdowns very often and frequently because of physical distractions.

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