Event Title

Going from nonverbal communication to the verbal one, a long process and important for pupils and the process of learning

Session

Journalism, Media and Communication

Description

The beginning of communication between humans has started with the language of signs and slowly has developed to the spoken language. Studies show that even at children first communication comes through signs, nonverbal language and then communication is spoken and then it perfects to the written language. Even though they are different stages of life, these changes does not last long in time but they leave an impact to relationships between children with the same age and even a bigger impact when it comes to relationships with teachers and others. Nonverbal language is the most obvious in the teaching process, between the difficulties created during this process. The most important factors creating these difficulties are: Socio-cultural development, Economical-social state; Psycho-social development; Participation in social life. Transition from nonverbal language to spoken word and then to written language is a process as natural as planned, as easy in appearance as complicated which leaves footprints at communication of the individual during his whole life not only in communication but even in education of his personality and displaying his competences and skills to others. During the development of this work were observed 100 different children aged 3-10 years old not only in the process of learning but in collaboration with psycho-social services were analysed even psychological and social factors mostly at individuals that show deviant behaviour, to jump in some modest conclusions and from them to some recommendation for teachers and educators of pre-university system.

Keywords:

verbal communication, nonverbal communication, condition, psycho-social development, learning

Session Chair

Arbër Çeliku

Session Co-Chair

Adnan Merovci

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 3:15 PM

End Date

27-10-2018 4:45 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.241

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Going from nonverbal communication to the verbal one, a long process and important for pupils and the process of learning

Pristina, Kosovo

The beginning of communication between humans has started with the language of signs and slowly has developed to the spoken language. Studies show that even at children first communication comes through signs, nonverbal language and then communication is spoken and then it perfects to the written language. Even though they are different stages of life, these changes does not last long in time but they leave an impact to relationships between children with the same age and even a bigger impact when it comes to relationships with teachers and others. Nonverbal language is the most obvious in the teaching process, between the difficulties created during this process. The most important factors creating these difficulties are: Socio-cultural development, Economical-social state; Psycho-social development; Participation in social life. Transition from nonverbal language to spoken word and then to written language is a process as natural as planned, as easy in appearance as complicated which leaves footprints at communication of the individual during his whole life not only in communication but even in education of his personality and displaying his competences and skills to others. During the development of this work were observed 100 different children aged 3-10 years old not only in the process of learning but in collaboration with psycho-social services were analysed even psychological and social factors mostly at individuals that show deviant behaviour, to jump in some modest conclusions and from them to some recommendation for teachers and educators of pre-university system.