gavin, grant, gunner, garret
Purposive Communication is made for the compliance of the K-12 learning system. This is a newly established subject to be timely with the 21st century learning. Since more and more connections in other countries are being made in the Philippines, the strive for growth in the educational course system is a must. Changing the pace for the K-12 students to keep up with the rising global known qualifications.
Purposive Communication is used for the students to improve in all skills of communication:Verbal CommunicationNon-Verbal CommunicationVisual Communication
Explanation:In Verbal Communication there is speaking, presenting verbally or by exchange of words. Example: News Anchors, are reporting about the latest news.In Non-verbal Communication there is writing, using a material to communicate. Example: You decided to inform your classmate by texting him, that you cannot come to his house today.In Visual Communication you use pictures or anything that can visually explain what you want to convey. Example: Your topic is about gender differences, so you use the rainbow to represent the varieties of gender present.
There are many skills to improve in communication, and honestly most of the types of communication we already practice in plain interaction with each other. And so, the Purposive Communication will be there to polish what we have or for other cases introduce new skills to have proper education towards the English language.