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What is meant by barriers to communication

What is meant by ‘barriers to communication’ ?


Which of these are barriers to communication

Well Done!

Well Done!

Well Done!

Well Done!

Well Done!

Well Done!

Well Done!

Well Done!

WIPEOUT

WIPEOUT

WIPEOUT

WIPEOUT

Which of these are Barriers to communication?

Air conditioning Units

Mobile phone bleeping

Humour in presentations

Ticking clock

Walking in to a meeting late

Videos in Presentations

Length of conversations

Tea trolley arriving during a meeting

People eating while you are trying to work

Other people working

Boring presentations

Lecture about behaviour


What is meant by barriers to communication

Barriers to Communication

Background Noise

Distractions

Lack of concentration


What is meant by barriers to communication

P3, M1

  • Main Activity –

  • You need to add information to you booklet about what communications barriers are and each needs to be described in detail.

  • For M1 you must explain in details strategies of how the impact of the barrier can be reduced.

  • You should complete the task under the following headings:

  • Background noise

  • Distractions

  • Lack of concentration

  • Can you think of any which do not fit into these categories?

To achieve a M1 you must identify and describe how to reduce the impact of these barriers to communication


What is meant by barriers to communication

  • Progress check:

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  • Thumbs down


What is meant by barriers to communication

P3, M1

  • Main Activity –

  • You need to add information to you booklet about what communications barriers are and each needs to be described in detail.

  • For M1 you must explain in details strategies of how the impact of the barrier can be reduced.

  • You should complete the task under the following headings:

  • Background noise

  • Distractions

  • Lack of concentration

  • Can you think of any which do not fit into these categories?

To achieve a M1 you must identify and describe how to reduce the impact of these barriers to communication


What is meant by barriers to communication

  • Plenary (Establish if LO met)

  • Confidence of a concept using the 1-10

  • 1 – I am very confident and can complete this task before the deadline

  • 5 – I may need some extra help, please come and see me at the end of the lesson as we will arrange a session after school

  • 10 – Help what’s a valued attribute?


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