KOMMUNIKASIEHELDERHEID VAN DIE BYBELKUNDE- EN/OF BYBELONDERRIGONDERWYSER

IJ Henning

Abstract


A study of relevant literature has revealed that relatively little research has been done on the relationship between clarity, as variable, and student achievement.  Research that has been done in this regards, shows that student achievement increases if a teacher’s vagueness score decreases.  Clear lesson structures lead to an increase in student achievement, as does the decreasing use of mazes by the teacher.


Keywords


Communication clarity; student achievement; biblical studies; bybelkunde; kommunikasiehelderheid; bybelonderrig

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/60-0-1489

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