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The Seven Basic Elements of the Public Speaking Process

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Barry Palmer

on 1 December 2017

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The Seven Basic Elements of the Public Speaking Process
1. SOURCE
2. MESSAGE
3. RECEIVER
4. CHANNEL
5. FEEDBACK
6. NOISE
7. SITUATION
SOURCE (or speaker) originates the message.
MESSAGE verbal and nonverbal messages are an integral part of the communication process
RECEIVER (listener, or audience)
CHANNEL is the air that carries the sound waves from the mouth of the source to the ear of the receiver
FEEDBACK can be verbal or nonverbal...head nod, smile...
NOISE is the interference with, or obstacles to, communication
SITUATION the time, place and occasion in which the message sending and receiving occurs
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