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The Joharis Window was introduced and conceived by Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham and also was used in an information session at the Western Training Laboratory in Group Development in 1955 The word JOHARI is derived from the names of them JOSEPH LUFT HARRY INGHAM JOHARI As an ESL teacher this conceptual model can be used and implemented for describing evaluating and predicting aspects of interpersonal communication especially during teaching and learning activities in the classrooms as it gives us the opportunity to explore and understand ourselves and those around us students The Joharis window represents four informations between a person and those around him or her There are four windows or panes in it and are called Arena Blind Spot Faade and Unknown Figure 1 ARENA Arena is also called as Open Self Public self and Agenda Figure 2 All of them are in the same area It represents about all the information behaviours attitudes feelings desires motivations ideas etc It is also the portion of total inter personal space devoted to mutual understanding and shared informations This small window or pane is known by self and also known by others For example teacher and students a teacher knows hisher students behaviour attitudes feelings desires etc and students know their teacher what shehe likes behaviourabilityperformance FAADE Faade is also called as Private Self or Hidden Self Figure 2 and it is the second quadrant of the Joharis window It refers to what is known to a person but hidden from others In this pane one has to be conscious of what to divulge to others In other ways it is the things you know about yourself that others dont know A person in this pane only reveal to people heshe trust or rely on This area is particularly useful in order to protect confidential items such ones secret BLIND SPOT Blind Spot is also called as Blind Self Figure
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