By C. W. Bending and Edmund King (Auth.)
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One cannot appreciate the joys of climbing until one has learned to climb. In spite of this very obvious fact, the acquisition of skills is often regarded with deep suspicion by educationists. The reason is historical. An overemphasis on the acquiring of skills without understanding has again led to the age-old habit of mankind to throw away the baby with the bath water. The rules of successful communication can be summarized as : 1. Knowing what you want to communicate, and defining this accurately.
Most realized that there were different kinds of trees, and even hedge plants, but this was regarded as advanced knowledge, of no interest or significance to ordinary people. It would seem extraordinary that such a complete lack of conceptual knowledge regarding a common feature of the countryside should exist among rural children, were it not so common, not only among children, but also among adults. I have met dozens of countrymen who were unable to name more than six trees lining their fields, and who were quite incapable of differentiating between elms and wych-elms, although these grew together in a group not fifty yards from the village green.
It is essential that teachers, and those professional persons responsible for the production of educational materials, should clearly understand the point of utilization at which the particular medium should be aimed. This is generally true, when learning apparatus of a heuristic nature is offered to the teaching profession, but it is not always the case with films, filmstrips or television programmes. Some attempt may be made to define age groups, but this is almost inevitably based upon the subject matter presented by the medium, and the suitability of the method of presentation is not even considered.
Communication and the Schools by C. W. Bending and Edmund King (Auth.)