Describe the elements of the communication process between teacher and student in the classroom.  

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The communication process, as described by many mass communication theorists, consists of a sender, a message, a recipient, and background noise or interference. These models originated in the days when two-way radio was a primary means of communication, and noise referred to the static in the background.

Let us consider a typical scenario in a classroom, in which a teacher is presenting a lesson. In this situation, the teacher is the sender, as he or she is speaking and hopes to be heard by his or her audience. The message is the subject matter at hand—be it history, math, or...

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