Considerations on Communication in Teaching Environmental Protection

Sorina Dârjan


 This paper briefly emphasizes the importance of the communication skills in teaching, generally speaking, and in environmental protection teaching, particularly. There are nominated the major components of the communicational component of the teaching process, meaning: the source of the informational message; the message, in fact; and receiver or the student. There also is mentioned the complex role of the teacher in communication process and key indicators for the teacher ability to efficient imparting knowledge to the students, represented by the four classes of communicative approach, dialogistic with interactive and non-interactive components, and authoritative with the same interactive and non-interactive components. The specific techniques needed to be mastered by the teachers involved in environmental protection education, as controversy and debate, are nominated, together with the desired competences of an environmental protection graduate. One of the main ability aimed are considered to be the formulation of specific environmental concepts, and besides this we may mention the competence of making environmental decisions, or the ability of defending own opinions.


communicative approach, competence, opinion, debate, controversy.

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