Teachers Communication in a Physical Education Class

Gentiana Panxhi


Our study covers the correlation and usage of the verbal, non-verbal and preverbal communication of the teacher at a physical education class. As well the profit and results to be acquired through such combination. At a physical education class the teacher should not simply say something, impart a worded message, but he or she should raise a reaction on the part of his/her pupils. A verbal explanation is not enough in the teaching process. A non-verbal communication is needed to impart new knowledge, skills and activities. He should “breathe” life into his words through the usage of gestures, mixed kinematic and dynamic movements and body language. Every element should be tested practically by demonstrating it so that the pupil can learn the said element. It is of immense importance the way the teacher says the words, communicates a certain information. The way the words are pronounced, the rhythm, the volume, the pauses, the twinge of the voice all are important in stimulating the pupils. The communication of the teacher of physical education is not composed of only the content of the message, but also of the results to be acquired by the pupil.

DOI: 10.5901/jesr.2014.v4n4p110

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