Communication for Teachers
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BeschreibungThis book provides a synthesis of important research on communication instruction and builds on that by discussing how beginning teachers can apply the information to their own teaching. With eleven chapters written or co-written by some of the most prolific instructional communication researchers, this book provides diverse viewpoints and perspectives on a wide range of topics that impact teachers' communication with students in a classroom setting.
InhaltsverzeichnisI. THE STUDENTS. 1. Learning Goals and Objectives. James C. McCroskey, West Virginia University. 2. Student Listening Behavior. Joseph Chesebro, SUNY Brockport. 3. Willingness to Communicate and Communication Apprehension in the Classroom. Linda L. McCroskey, California State University, Long Beach and James C. McCroskey, West Virginia University. 4. Students' Motives for Communicating with Their Instructors. Matthew M. Martin, West Virginia University; Scott A. Myers, Creighton University; Timothy P. Mottet, Southwest Texas State; Virginia P. Richmond, West Virginia University. 5. Student Nonverbal Communication and its Influence on Teachers and Teaching. Timothy P. Mottet, Southwest Texas State University; Virginia P. Richmond, West Virginia University. II. THE TEACHER. 6. Teacher Immediacy and Nonverbal Communication. Virginia P. Richmond, West Virginia University. 7. Making Content Relevant to Students. Ann Bainbridge Frymier, Miami University. 8. Teaching Clearly. Joseph Chesebro, SUNY Brockport. 9. Socio Communicative Style and Orientation in Instruction: Giving Good Communication and Receiving Good Communication. Virginia P. Richmond, West Virginia University. 10. Use of Humor in the Classroom: The Good, the Bad, and the Not-So-Funny Things that Teachers Say and Do. Melissa Wanzer, Canisius College. 11. Understanding Student Reactions to Teachers Who Misbehave. Patricia Kearney, California State University, Long Beach; Timothy G. Plax, California State University, Long Beach; Terre H. Allen, California State University, Long Beach. 12. Teacher Behavior and Student Motivation. Diane M. Millette, University of Miami; Joan Gorham, West Virginia University. III. SPECIAL TOPICS IN INSTRUCTIONAL COMMUNICATION. 13. Teacher Communication in the Distance Education Context. Timothy P. Mottet, Southwest Texas State University; Sue L. Stewart, St. Edward's University. 14. Communicating with Students from Other Cultures. Candice Thomas-Maddox, Ohio University -Lancaster. 15. Communicating with Students of Various Ages. Jon F. Nussbaum, Doreen K. Baringer, and Amanda L. Kundrat, Pennsylvania State University. 16. The Big Picture: Putting it All Together to Communicate More Effectively With Students. Joseph Chesebro, SUNY Brockport. Appendix A: From Theory to Practice: Training Graduate Teaching Assistants to Communicate More Effectively in Their Classrooms. K. David Roach, Texas Tech University. Appendix B: About the Editors and Contributors.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: ALLYN & BACON
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2001
Seitenanzahl: 256 Seiten