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The Communication Process

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Jarad Davis

on 13 January 2014

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Transcript of The Communication Process

The Communication Process
Communication Process
I. What is communication?
A. The process of sending and receiving messages.
1. Sender- person who transmits the message.
2. Receiver- person who intercepts the message and interprets it.
3. Feedback- the reactions that the receiver gives to the message.

Communication Process
II. Laying the Proper Foundation- To be a good communicator you must have a solid value
structure.

A. Working to be a Good Person

1. Intrapersonal Communication- your inner dialogue, used to assess your thoughts,
feelings, and reactions.

Objectives:
Identify components of the communication process.
Explain the importance of effective communication skills in professional and social contexts.
Explain the 3 ways to appeal to an audience.
Stereotyping
Labeling every person in a group based on a preconceived idea as to what that group represents.

Communication Process
B. A communication barrier or noise- is any obstacle that gets in the way
of effective communication.
C. Nonverbal Communication- expresses your attitudes or moods about a person, situation, or idea.

D. Symbol- anything that stands for an idea.

Warm-Up
Define Stereotyping.
2. Interpersonal Communication- one-on-one communication.

3. Ethics- a person’s sense of what is right and wrong.

B. Caring About Your Audience- consider the audience’s thoughts and feelings.

C. Appeal to your audience in one of 3 ways:
(Aristotle)

1. Logical appeal- provide factual evidence

2. Emotional appeal- arouse feelings or
“strike a chord.”

3. Ethical (Personal) appeal- convey honesty
and integrity.

D. Building the Proper Motivation

1. Motivation- need or desire that causes
a person to act.

2. Stereotyping- means labeling every
person in a group based on a
preconceived idea.

E. Setting an Example- You make an impression,
be a person worthy of respect, and be a
role model for others to follow.
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