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درجة تمكّن طلبة معلم الصف في جامعة البعث من مهارات التواصل اللفظي وغير اللفظي
اللازمة لتدريس الكتب المطوّرة
 

عبد الغفور الأسود و حاتم البصيص

جامعة البعث، سوريا

Doi://10.47015/16.4.3                          

JJES,16(4), 2020, 439-459

 

 

ملخص: هدفت الدراسة الحالية إلى تعرّف درجة تمكّن طلبة معلم الصف بجامعة ‏البعث من مهارات التواصل اللفظي وغير اللفظي‎ ‎اللازمة لتدريس الكتب ‏المطوّرة. والكشف عما إذا كانت تختلف درجة التمكّن لديهم باختلاف ‏الجنس والمعدل التراكمي. ولتحقيق ذلك، استخدمت الدراسة مقياسًا ‏لتقييم مهارات التواصل اللفظي وغير اللفظي. تكوّنت عينة الدراسة من ‏‏(‏‎70‎‏) طالبًا وطالبة من طلبة معلم الصف بجامعة البعث. وأظهرت نتائج ‏الدراسة أنّ درجة تمكّن طلبة معلم الصف من مهارات التواصل اللفظي ‏وغير اللفظي مجتمعة كانت متوسطة؛ وجاء بُعد الاستماع التواصلي في ‏المرتبة الأولى بدرجة تمكّن جيدة بلغت (‏‎53.47‎‏%)، ثم بُعد التعبير ‏الشفوي التواصلي بدرجة تمكّن متوسطة بلغت (‏‎50.88‎‏%)، ثم بُعد ‏الدلائل غير اللفظية على حُسن الاستماع وحركات الجسم وإيماءاته ‏بدرجة تمكّن متوسطة بلغت (‏‎47.2‎‏%)، وحلّ أخيرًا بُعد المسافة ‏المكانية ونظائر اللغة اللفظية بدرجة تمكّن متوسطة، بلغت (‏‎43.45‎‏%). ‏وبيّنت النتائج عدم وجود فروق دالّة إحصائياً في درجة التمكّن من هذه ‏المهارات لدى طلبة معلم الصف تبعاً لمتغيري الجنس، والمعدل التراكمي. ‏


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الكلمات المفتاحية:
طلبة معلم الصف، الكتب المطوّرة، مهارات التواصل اللفظي وغير اللفظي)‏


 

 

The Degree of Al-Baath University Class Teacher Students ‎Proficiency of Verbal and Nonverbal Communication ‎Skills Required for Teaching the Developed Textbooks ‎

Abdel Ghafour Al-Aswad & Hatem Albases, Al-Baath University, Syria

 

Abstract:

The present study aimed to identify the degree of Al-Baath ‎University class teacher students proficiency of verbal and ‎nonverbal communication skills required for teaching the ‎Developed Textbooks and to determine whether their degree of ‎proficiency varies according to gender and cumulative average. ‎To achieve the aims of the study, it used a scale of verbal and ‎nonverbal communication skills. The sample of the study ‎consisted of (70) male and female of class teacher students at ‎Al-Baath University. The results of the study indicated that the ‎degree of the students proficiency to both verbal and nonverbal ‎communication skills was average. Communicative listening ‎ranked first with a mastery degree of (53.47%); then came oral ‎speech with an average score of (50.88%), followed by ‎nonverbal indications on good listening, body movements and ‎gestures with a medium score of (47.2%) and finally, ‎proxemics and paralanguage came with a medium proficiency ‎degree of (43.45%). The results revealed no statistically ‎significant differences in proficiency degree of these skills ‎according to gender and cumulative average.

(Keywords: Class Teacher Students, The Developed Textbooks, Verbal and Nonverbal Communication Skills)

 

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