Non-Verbal Communication and its Effect on Students at Secondary Level in District Buner, Pakistan.

Fatima Shams - MPhil Education
Dr. Maher Bano
Nazish Farid - PhD Education Scholar

Abstract

This paper examines and focuses on some issues and questions related to the effective use of non-verbal communication. Nonverbal communication or body language is an important part of how people communicate and there are differences from culture to culture. The study was descriptive in nature. The objectives of the study were: To know about the impact of non-verbal communication on students in class. To know about the effect of non-verbal communication on teaching learning process and the research questions of where: What is the impact of non-verbal communication on students in class? What is the effect of non-verbal communication on teaching learning process? At the end of the data analysis it was concluded that non-verbal communication is an important teaching learning factor for teaching learning process and it create effects on class environment. The recommendations made were that non-verbal communication should be used in teaching learning process by all teachers. The text books may be included the exercises about effective non-verbal communication scope .teachers should be trained in non-verbal communication for making teaching more effective. Teacher should use non-verbal communication for effective responses from the learners because when teachers contact students they will be bold and will get confidence.