THE CRUCIAL ROLE OF TEACHERS IN DEVELOPING COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN NON-LINGUISTIC EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
Communication skills are the bedrock of success in various aspects of life. While linguistic skills, such as reading, writing, and speaking, play a significant role in communication, non-linguistic educational institutions, such as science and mathematics-focused schools, also recognize the importance of effective communication. In these institutions, teachers play a crucial role in shaping and enhancing students' communication skills, fostering an environment where students can express complex ideas and concepts beyond language. This article explores the multifaceted role of teachers in developing communication skills within non-linguistic educational institutions.
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