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tones.  You  will  use  force  only  on  the  key  words  and  ideas;  make  more  use  of  the  pause  for effect;  and  maintain  a  calm,  pleasant,  but  confident  and  authoritative  manner.  Most  instructors show  enthusiasm  by  combining  characteristics  from  both  of  these  styles. H U M OR You  may  be  a  sincere,  confident,  and  enthusiastic  instructor,  yet  still  lack  the  humor  needed for  effective  instruction.  If  you  lack  a  sense  of  humor,  you  will  seem  unreal,  inhuman,  or  very conceived.   Humor   shows   that   you   are,   after   all,   just   another   human   being   and   that   you   have a  warm,  lively  interest  in  all  that  goes  on  around  you.  Having  a  sense  of  humor  does  not necessarily   imply   an   ability   to   tell   funny   jokes,   although   tasteful,   relevant   jokes   certainly   have a  place  in  good  instruction. A   more   effective   type   of   humor   is   spontaneous   humor.   Take   advantage   of   unexpected humorous  classroom  situations  that  sometimes  arise--make  a  brief  comment,  pause,  or  simply smile.   Humor   directed   at   yourself   is   very   effective. Most  people  laugh  when  someone important  is  receptive  to  being  the  object  of  good  humor. In  addition  to  decency,  the  only  rule  to  follow  in  using  humor  is  good  judgment.  Take  care not  to  direct  humor  at  a  specific  person.  Students  may  resent  having  a  classmate  singled  out. Be  sure  your  humor  is  good  natured  and  lightly  done.  Clean  humor  is  as  American  as  the  hot dog   and   will   often   assist   student   learning. F E E D B A C K Observation   of   your   students provides   important   feedback   that will   help   you   in   evaluating   the e  f  f  e  c  t  i  v  e  n  e  s s o  f      y  o  u r communications   skills. Puzzled brows,   frowns, and   whispered questions   between   students   indicate that  you  have  not  communicated effectively. The   students   have unconsciously  shown  signs  of  a  lack of   understanding. The  observation  of  these  signs  and their   on-the-spot   analysis   is   called feedback.   That   again   underlines   the importance   of   maintaining   good   eye contact  with  your  students. Students   can   also   send   signs   of positive   feedback.   You   may   often knowledge.   When   you   see   a   student’s observe   students   at   the   very   moment   they   gain   new face  light  up,  you  are  seeing  understanding  take  place. This  positive  feedback  is  one  of  the  most  personally  rewarding  experiences  of  an  instructor. 43

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