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Lesson 11: Learning the Types of Speech Context

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Charmagne Talastas

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Transcript of Lesson 11: Learning the Types of Speech Context

Interpersonal Communication
It is the process by which people exchange information, feelings, and meaning through verbal and non-verbal messages: it is face-to-face communication.
Involves only 2 participants. One speaker and one listener come together to exchange thoughts, ideas, opinions, and information. The roles of Speaker and Listener are interchangeable.
Dyadic Communication

It requires 3 to 15 people to study an issue, discuss a problem, and come up with a solution or a plan.
The group has an agenda, a leader, and an outcome to accomplish.
Everyone can both be Speaker and Listener in this setting, rules must be followed to facilitate order.
Small Group Communication
This refers to the interaction of members along the links in an organizational structure.
Organizational Communication
It is the imparting or exchanging of information on a large scale to a wide range of people with the use of mass media technology.
Mass Communication
It is the exchange of concepts, traditions, values, and practices between and among people of different nationalities and ways of life.
Intercultural Communication
When one Speaker addresses many Listener a.k.a. Audience.
There is no interchanging of roles.
In Formal Public Communication, the Speaker is must dress appropriately and the Listeners are set to listen to the Message.
In Informal Public Communication, the Speaker may dress informally. This form of public communication happens when the gathering is impromptu.
Public Communication
Lesson 11: Learning the Types of Speech Context
Conversation
Informal dyadic communication.
The most common, most frequent and the most popular of all dyadic communication.
Example:
1. Sharing a story to your friend.
2. Telling your classmate of a project idea.
Interview and Dialogue
Formal dyadic communication.
Dialogue a conversation between two or more people as a feature of a book, play, or film.
Interview is a meeting of people face to face, especially for consultation
Example:
1. Guidance counseling
2. Consulting with a priest
3. Have a heart-to-heart talks with a trusted person
Study Groups
A group of people who meet to study a particular subject and then report their findings or recommendations.
Task-oriented Groups
They study an issue in order to meet certain goals, or to achieve a certain performance standard.
Formal Organizational Communication
It uses the proper channels graphically illustrated by an organizational chart. Memos, announcements, and reports are passed along to the members of the organization following the chain of command.
Informal Organizational Communication
It bypasses the links, skips forward ot backwards, or even goes sideways just to achieve the same goal.
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