Develop Tay and Nung Students' Communication Skills with Secondary School Experiential Activities

Nguyen Thi Ngoc


Effective communication skills enable individuals to express themselves clearly, engage in meaningful interactions, and navigate the complexities of today's interconnected world. Purpose: This study encompassed a varied group of participants from multiple regions, including schools in Thai Nguyen Province, Bac Can Province, and Cao Bang Province, Vietnam. A total of 300 individuals participated, evenly divided between 150 teachers and 150 students.The research methodology in this study encompassed two distinct sets of questions, each carefully designed to serve specific purposes and directed towards both teachers and Tay-Nung secondary school students. The results reveal that experiential activities are a common and engaging part of secondary school education in the Northern mountainous region of Vietnam. The majority of students show high interest and participation in these activities. Teachers and students perceive that these activities significantly contribute to various communication skills development. Moreover, awareness of school managers and teachers, the ability of teachers to organize activities, school facility conditions, student interest, parental involvement, and social coordination play vital roles in the effectiveness of experiential activities for communication skill development. These findings collectively provide valuable insights into the dynamics of experiential learning in this region. By embracing experiential activities and addressing the identified factors, educators and administrators have the potential to enhance communication skills among students, preparing them for success in various aspects of their lives. The study's implications extend to educational settings beyond the Northern mountainous region, offering a blueprint for the integration of experiential activities in communication skills development programs.

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