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Message Construction – A Prerequisite to Effective Didactic Communication


Merima Carmen Petrovici


Titu Maiorescu University

March 12, 2013

The International Conference Education and Creativity for a Knowledge based Society – Social and Political Sceinces, Communication, Foreign Languages and Public Relations, 2012, Titu Maiorescu University, pp. 102-108

Abstract:     
Communication and understanding processes are significant needs in any educational community. The present paper discusses didactic communication and the teacher’s specific methods in message building and conveying. The comprehension of any message depends on the way it has been built. Teaching experience shows that the knowledge a teacher conveys is perceived differently by students having the same level of physical and mental development, even if the message is being conveyed to them by the same source. Their different perceptions of the message lie with the students’ individual specificities, their amount, and system of knowledge, the teacher-student relationship, and the teacher’s ability in message-building and conveying.

Keywords: didactic communication, message construction, research, teacher

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Date posted: March 14, 2013  

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Petrovici, Merima Carmen, Message Construction – A Prerequisite to Effective Didactic Communication (March 12, 2013). The International Conference Education and Creativity for a Knowledge based Society – Social and Political Sceinces, Communication, Foreign Languages and Public Relations, 2012, Titu Maiorescu University, pp. 102-108. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2232045

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Merima Carmen Petrovici (Contact Author)
Titu Maiorescu University ( email )
22, Dâmbovnicului Street, sector 4, 040051
Bucharest
Romania
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