ENKELE FUNDAMENTELE KENMERKE VAN MONDELINGE KOMMUNIKASIE BINNE DIE KONTEKS VAN ‘N TERSIERE ONDERRIGSITUASIE
AbstractSome fundamental characteristics of oral communication in the context of a tertiary education situation. In this paper the author analyses oral communication in tertiary education. After an introductory discussion of the process, he presents a definition of the phenomenon. It is a functional, dynamic and transactional process in which lecturer and student partake, simultaneously using and interpreting verbal and non-verbal messages, to share meaning and develop mutual understanding within and educational context. In the second part the author pays attention to and discusses the main aspects of this process: the communicator, the message, the recipient, codes of communication, medium used, report, interference, context and situation.
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