Communication Skills for Enhanced Teaching Skills
Manish Kumar Pandey,
Aashima Arora and
World Journal of English Language, 2022, vol. 12, issue 3, 172
Communication is a skill that requires a continuous and methodical process of listening, speaking, and comprehending. Even though most people are born with the ability to talk, the authors must learn to do it clearly and effectively. By observing other people and modelling our conduct on what the author sees and sense, the author may improve our speaking, listening, and understanding of verbal and nonverbal clues. Through schooling, authors are also trained in a few communication skills. By putting those talents into practice and evaluating them. Because English communication is a skill that can only be developed via consistent practise and experience in the objective language, all available possessions should be fully utilised to create an encouraging environment for learning and practising the language. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the role of English in enhancing effective communication abilities. Modern English communication aids in the development of a good mindset. English communications that would enable us to address the day's future issues in a novel method.
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