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Nature of the Speech Communication Process

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Mark Joseph Alborida

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Nature of the Speech Communication Process
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Speech Communication
As process, communication exists in time and changes constantly.
Definition of Speech Communication
- signifies verbal and/or nonverbal responses to messages like murmurings or asides, nods and/or facial expressions
FEEDBACK
SPEECH COMMUNICATION AS PROCESS
Step 5. The speaker speaks in proper sequence to trasmit the message.
Step 4. The speaker is now ready to say aloud what he or she thinks by "externalizing" thoughts through channels.
PARTICIPANTS
ELEMENTS OF SPEECH COMMUNICATION
- It is the process of sharing meanings through audible and visual codes such as voice, facial expression, gestures, movement, postures, and the like.
Communication involves an interaction between or amog people and to merely look at the action of one of the communicators will not be enough to show its meaning
STEPS IN THE COMMUNICATION PROCESS
Step 1. The communication process begins with the presence of a stimulus like an idea, a news item or a positive or negative remark or comment.
Step 2. The stimulus is forwarded to the brain's nerve fibers which recognize the event and whose perception is affected by the sender's experience, environment, and culture.
Step 3. The sender's thoughts are being encoded into words or language symbols.
Step 6. The message is heard and the speaker's gestures are seen by the receiver who acts and senses.
Step 7. The receiver decodes the received message from sound to language and encodes own message from thoughts to words.
Step 8. The receiver's response is carried by wave lengths to the first speaker.
Step 9. The first sender receives the receiver's response, evaluates and reacts to the message using the same channel and the same manner of interchange.
- are the communicators who are both senders and receivers.
CONTEXT
- refers to the interrelate conditions of communication
1. Physical Milieu
2. Social Milieu
3. Psychological Milieu
4. Cultural Milieu
5. Historical Milieu
MESSAGES
- are meanings or ideas and feelings that are encoded and sent by means of verbal and nonverbal symbols then received and decoded into one's own ideas and feelings.
CHANNELS
- are means of accessing the messages whether via the visual channel or via the auditory channel.
NOISE
- means distractions that interfere with the accurate transmission and reception of a message.
1. External noise
2. Internal noise
3. Semantic noise
TYPES OF NOISE
THE END! :)
Prepared by:
Alborida, Mark Joseph A
Alcober, Mariel
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