Kips Class 9 AI Unit 1: Communication Skills (Various Methods of Communication)

Unit 1: Communication Skills (Various Methods of Communication)

Assessment Time
A. Fill in the blanks:
1. Facial expressions is the most noticeable aspect of non-verbal communication.
2. The most significant advantage of oral communication is that it provides immediate feedback.
3. The use of visual aids grab the attention of the students and keep them engaged.
4. Written communication is the most formal form of communication.
5. Tone is an example of non-verbal communication.

B. Answer the Following Questions:
Question 1: What are the advantages and limitations of oral communication? Explain with example.
Answer:
The process of expressing information or ideas through spoken words is known as Oral communication.
• Advantages of Oral communication
→ It is interpersonal and helps in building relationships.
→ It encourages involvement in team work and decision-making process.
→ Oral message provides prompt feedback.
→ It is cost-efficient.
→ It is a preferred mode of communication for private and confidential matters.
• Limitations of Oral communication
→ In this form of communication, emotions are visible and hence can lead to miscommunication.
→ It has no legal validity.
→ It does not provide a permanent record and the message can be easily forgotten.
→ It may be difficult for certain people to understand speech due to various accents and pace used in oral communication.
→ This form of communication is not suitable for lengthy messages.

Question 2: Explain with the help of an example how body language may support or contradict a message.
Answer:
Body language includes facial expression, eye movements, hand gestures, postures etc. For example, standing erect and leaning forward communicates to listeners that you are approachable and friendly. Using appropriate expressions and gestures strengthen your speech. For example, in a declamation contest, if your body language reflects confidence, your speech will have a greater impact on the audience as well as on the judges. 

Question 3: What is the significance of Visual communication?
Answer:
Any verbal or non-verbal communication utilising the sense of sight is known as Visual communication. Significance of Visual communication are
→ Visual communication skills involve the judicious use of visual aids to make a penetrative and lasting impact on a receiver’s mind.
→ Graphs, charts, maps, PPTs, smart-boards etc. are different types of visual aids that help in conveying a message effectively.
→ For example, an educator can impart knowledge on a particular topic to the students in an effective manner with the help of a smart board, picture or a diagram.
→ These visual aids help students to retain information and understand the concept much more clearly and quickly. The use of visual aids grab the attention of the students and keep them engaged.

Question 4: Prateek wants to share the marking criteria for the final project with his team mates. Suggest him the preferred channel for this task and give reasons for the same.
Answer:
Prateek should use Visual Communication for sharing the marking criteria with his team mates because
→ Visual aids like diagram, graphs, models, etc. make oral communication more meaningful.
→ Use of visual aids make complex data easy to comprehend.
→ Visual aids make the communication more interesting.

Question 5: Enlist the disadvantages of Non-verbal communication.
Answer:
Disadvantages of non-verbal communication:
→ It is difficult to analyse a non-verbal message, thus leaving a greater possibility of distortion of information.
→ In non-verbal communication, long conversations and necessary explanations are not possible.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Also read!

Class 6 Solutions

• Class 7

Class 7 Computer Kips Solutions
Class 7 Gul Mohar English Solutions
English Grammar Class 7
English Writing Skills Class 7
Class 7 Map Pointing Solutions
Class 7 NCERT Civics Solutions
Class 7 NCERT Civics Notes
Class 7 NCERT Civics Extra Questions
Class 7 NCERT Geography Solutions
Class 7 NCERT Geography Notes
Class 7 NCERT Geography Extra Questions
Class 7 NCERT History Solutions
Class 7 NCERT History Notes
Class 7 NCERT History Extra Questions
Class 7 NCERT Maths Solutions
Class 7 NCERT Science Solutions
Class 7 NCERT Science Notes
Class 7 NCERT Science Extra Questions

• Class 8

Class 8 Kips Artificial Intelligence Solutions
Class 8 Gul Mohar English Solutions
English Grammar Class 8
English Writing Skills Class 8
Class 8 Map Pointing Solutions
Class 8 NCERT Civics Solutions
Class 8 NCERT Civics Notes
Class 8 NCERT Civics Extra Questions
Class 8 NCERT Geography Solutions
Class 8 NCERT Geography Notes
Class 8 NCERT Geography Extra Questions
Class 8 NCERT History Solutions
Class 8 NCERT History Notes
Class 8 NCERT History Extra Questions
Class 8 NCERT Maths Solutions
Class 8 NCERT Science Solutions
Class 8 NCERT Science Notes
Class 8 NCERT Science Extra Questions
Class 8 NCERT Science Exemplar
Class 8 NCERT Science MCQs

Class 9 Solutions

• Class 10

Class 10 Kips Artificial Intelligence Solutions
Class 10 NCERT English Solutions
→ Class 10 Map Pointing Solutions
Class 10 NCERT Civics Solutions
Class 10 NCERT Civics Notes
Class 10 NCERT Civics Extra Questions
Class 10 NCERT Geography Solutions
Class 10 NCERT Geography Notes
Class 10 NCERT Geography Extra Questions
Class 10 NCERT History Solutions
→ Class 10 NCERT History Notes
Class 10 NCERT History Extra Questions
Class 10 NCERT Maths Solutions
Class 10 NCERT Science Solutions
Class 10 NCERT Science Notes
Class 10 NCERT Science Extra Questions

• Computer languages
Python Basics

• Extra Activities
Extra Activities

• Extra Knowledge
Extra Information
General Knowledge
Historical Places in India
Latest technology
Physical Sciences
Facts

• Mathematics quick links
Mathematical Terms
Maths Tricks

CONTACT US