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Types of Communicative Strategies
Transcript of Types of Communicative Strategies
Since engaging in conversation is also bound by implicit rules, Cohen (1990) states that strategies must be used to start and maintain a conversation.
Types Of Communicative Strategies
Restriction in communication refers to any limitation you may have as a speaker.
A speaker carries out nomination to collaboratively and productively establish a topic. Basically, when you employ this strategy, you try to open a topic with the people you are talking to.
Turn-taking pertains to the process by which people decide who takes the conversational floor. There is a code of behavior behind establishing and sustaining a productive conversation, but the primary idea is to give all communicators a chance to speak.
Topic control covers how procedural formality and informality affects the development of topics in conversation. This only means that when a topic is initiated, it should be collectively developed by avoiding unnecessary interruptions and topic shifts.
Topic shifting, as the name suggests, involves moving from one topic to another. In other words, it is where one part of a conversation ends and where begins.
Repair refers to how speaker address the problems in speaking, listening, and comprehending that they may encounter in a conversation.
Termination refers to the conversation participants’ close-initiating expressions that end a topic in a conversation.
Gwen Stephany S. Pacudan
Can we all listen to the one who talk in front of us?
"Excuse me? I think we should speak one at a time, so we can clearly understand what we want to say about the topic."
"Go on with your ideas. I'll let you finish first before I say something."
"Do you have anything to say?"
"Have you heard the news about the most pretty girl in school?"
"Now, its your turn to ask questions."
"Does that make sense to you?"
In your class, you might be asked by your teacher to brainstorm on peer pressure.
When you were asked to deliver a speech in a specific language.
"Best regards to your parents! See you around!
" It was nice meeting you. Bye!"
"That is all for today class, goodbye!"
"By the way, there's a new shop opening at the mall"
" In addition to what you said about the beautiful girl is that she is also smart."
"Excuse me, but there are 5 Functions of Communication not 4."
"I'm sorry, the word should be pronounced as Pretty not priti."
"One of the essential lessons I gained from the discussion is the importance of sports and wellness to a healthy lifestyle."
We should not give up and we should not allow the problem to defeat us.
- A. P. J. Abdul Kalam