F2F or DL, so why actually BL? A short of analysis of communication strategies, drawbacks and benefits in didactic situations occuring face to face, at a distance, and combined (blended)
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For many professions of a public character, including lecturers or teachers, communication is the basic tool of work. After defining the basic model to work on, the paper considers aspects of communication which concern the specific communicative situation occurring in a didactic environment between a teacher and a group of students. It compares the features of the teaching process occurring face to face and such as occurs at a distance, from the viewpoint of both teachers and students. It briefly outlines and compares objectives, content, speaker’s image, and possible barriers. Considered are both verbal and non-verbal communication elements, with suggestions to aid communication in either discussed situation. The constant development of teaching using the most up-to-date technology seems to lead researchers to considering a third communicative situation, which is complementary teaching, or hybrid teaching. Further analysis focuses on that type of learning, and the way it combines aspects of both situations discussed previously.
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