Transcript: By Dora Le & Ann Lung AP Rhet Period 1 1 What Is Process? 2 3 Understanding Process Explanations 4 Planning depict the process accurately distinguish what usually and occasionally happens mentally tests all steps in sequence 5 6 use transitions use transitional words and phrases ensure step leads to the next 7 Structuring A Process Essay Congradulations thank you How To Write A Process Essay describe unfamiliar equipment or material three sections explains how to do something use clear & consistent discussion interrupted only for definitions, explanations, or cautions Goal College writing-calls for instructions to persuade present information include clear thesis statement thesis-identifies process & must provide clear logical transitions explain reasons for performing the steps Using Process define terms transitions-establish sequential and chronological relationships can be instructions or process explanation Presents events in strict chronological order now you know how to write a process essay enables readers to perform a process uses present tense speaks directly to the readers keep reader's needs in mind avoid unneccary shifts in tense/mood easy as 1,2,3 is important too does not need a formal conclusion reinforce thesis Introduction (why it is performed) examples: first, second, meanwhile, in conclusion, finally, etc. body reviews the procedure's major stages conclusion Clarity is extremely important Understanding Instructions Help understand how it's carried out use 1st or 3rd person past or present tense style of process explanation varies Accomodating your audience identifies the process include information about materials present overview of the process thesis is stated each treats one major stage CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER
Transcript: Communication Process Thought or ideas The first part of communication is the thought or idea. This is where you decide to share. Encode When ever you encode something you are putting into a form someone else can understand. Such as writing or speaking. Send Sending the message is the actual process of speaking or sending the letter. Recieved When the message is recieved the message has been sucessfuly sent and has been recieved. Decoded When the message is decoded it is either read or heard. Understand Understanding is when the reciever coprehends what has been sent. Feedback Feedback is the reply to the message and is how you know that the attempt at communication worked If any of these steps fail then all communication fails.
Transcript: Receiver being notified as the "audience" and or the listener in the communication process. Therefore, the receiver in the commercial would be the people that are looking for a seat on the plane but notices that the sender is sending out different impressions not wanting anyone to sit by him. The sender is referred to as the person giving a signal or a person saying something. In this case the sender in this video would possibly be the guy, he sends out the facial expressions of every person that is standing in line trying to find a seat. He then comes across a pretty female and starts to act right ! Feedback on the other hand in the communication process is notified as the reactions to a product, a persons performance of a task. Within the commercial there are two feedbacks given. The first being eye contact which was given when the woman notice there was an empty seat next to a guy that was cute in her eyes. Another time feedback was taken place was when the guy was in shock when he saw the woman had a baby! A communication barrier is known for a "misunderstanding" in the communication process but it's really referred as anything that is not understood in a conversation, movie, and book sometimes, In this case the communication barrier in the commercial is shown by the man that is distracting people from sitting by him but clearly the lady that he distracts with a bag of Doritos and his looks doesn't turns out right there ends up being a baby behind the man . Feedback In the communication process the message is known for a verbal, written, or recorded communication that is sent to or left to be given to a receiver. With that being said the message in the "Dorito Commercial" is simply never judge a book by its cover . Basically instead of making annoying signals so that others will not sit by him he chose the pretty woman and ended up getting something he didn't want which was an extra person. (Baby) Message https://prezi.com/8clewlbygo6h/edit/#6_30863873 https://images.google.com/ https://www.youtube.com/ (Only watch the first few seconds, the actual commercial) Communication Process PowerPoint By:Kali Chevis The Sender Receiver Resources Middle Seat Dorito Commercial Communication Barrier
Transcript: To register for "walk for wishes" go to: www.inter.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1127319 or scan this QR code According to Make-A-Wish, 89% of doctors said that wish kids can experience better their health (makeawish.com) In the 2013 year, Make-A-Wish granted around 220,000 wishes and each wish costs around $8,141 There is more to the Make-A-Wish Organization than just sending dying kids to Disney World Kids can wish to go, to be, to meet, to have, and to give Donating to Make-A-Wish will allow more kids’ wishes to be granted, and their lives improved Chris, The First Wish Thousands of kids pass away each year due to tragic diseases and conditions Cancer is most life threatening Every kid has a dream and wishes to change it to reality Donations can make dreams come true Need for money to fulfill these less fortunate children's wishes (QR code made at: http://www.qr-code-generator.com/?PID=100&gclid=COKutcHq4sQCFQetaQodikMA6g) An Introduction Make-a-wish grants a wish, on average, once every 38 minutes. A child is referred to the program about once every 28 minutes. The foundation cannot keep up with the amount of wishes it receives. Therefore, more donations would allow for more wishes to be granted, and perhaps everyone's will be if enough donations are received. This is Chris Greicius, a little boy with Leukemia His wish was to "catch bad guys" with the Arizona Department of Public Safety On April 29, 1980, he was given a tour along with a hat and uniform The officers set up cones for him to drive a battery-powered motorcycle through, in order for him to earn his motorcycle officer's wings Chris returned to the hospital when the officers went to present his wings He passed away on May 3rd with his wish fulfilled To donate go to wish.org Alexander Looks Back On His Wish TO find out more about volunteering go to michigan.wish.org to the Make a Wish Foundation A wish come true helps children feel stronger, more energetic, more willing and able to battle their life-threatening medical conditions. For many, the wish marks a turning point in the fight against their illnesses. Doctors, nurses and other health professionals say, the wish experience works in concert with medicine to make their patients feel better emotionally and even physically. That is why wishes matter. That is why we grant wishes. (Make a- Wish) Conclusion When Alexander was 9, he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukhemia. As soon as she found out about his diagnosis, his mother sought out the Make-A-Wish Foundation to have Alexander's wish, to go bug hunting, granted. That same year, Make-A-Wish sent Alexander and his entire family to the Panama Canals in order to grant his wish. While he was there he saw all new plants and animals, held an iguana and even had a bee named after him. His mother even went on to say recently "It remains the greatest trip our family has ever taken." Now 21, Alexander said there's not a day that goes by that he doesn't think about his wish that was granted. He talks about how much of an impact the wish made and how he owes Make-A-Wish for giving him the joy to continue his fight that he eventually beat against leukemia. He's now a student at Center Washington University studying Environmental Sciences. There is not enough money going into the organization to fulfill all of the kids wishes
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Transcript: the think i am very knowledgeable and a great presenter i am going to tell my parents i want a new pet in clear and concise words and the general idea is to get a pet as soon as possible what interest does your audience have? what are you going to say in your message, how are you going to phrase it? what is the general idea of the message midday or at night no how will their interest affect how you communicate your message? yes, because it has to be when my parents are winding done a plan and a goal it will tell me if my topic is important to them or not or powerpoint what time of day will your communication be made? Parents about 10 minutes to convey my full message because they know my history of credible ideas to get a new pet how long will it take? How much thought and effort they will put into listening to my message all at once so as not to tire them it will give my presentatiion a specific structure is there any vocabulary that needs to be defined? if so what is it? yes they would but it will only be a day or so, and it will be word of mouth what is the ultimate goal of your communication? how will their voluntary or involuntary attendence affect the way you communicate your message? what type of media will you use to convey your message? their interest in the topic will vary Does your communication need to be made at a certain time so that your audience will be most receptive to your message? Why or why not? Does your audience need advance notice prior to your communication? How much advance notice should you give them? How will you provide the advance notice? Will your information be delivered all at once or in bits and pieces over the course of days/weeks/months? they will look for the greater effect of having a pet Politics how will their age affect how you communicate your message? what age is your audience? middle age 40's-50 Audience Analysis what does your audience want and need from you? prezi what does the audience think of you as an presenter? who is your audience? how will their wants and needs affect how you will communicate your message? how will their view of you as presenter affect how you communicate your message? why is your audience listening to your presentation?
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Transcript: Concise Make sure your paper has a purpose. Plan for the audience, and how you are going to reach them. :) Organizing! THE END! :) Shaylee Drummond :) Make sure everything is organized! No one likes to clean a messy room..just like no one likes to read a confusing paper. Complete Don't use false information. Check your sources. Don't be lazy, make sure things are true and correct! Make sure you have all the correct facts and sources. Don't believe everything you see or hear. Example of this? Don't give partial thoughts. If you're going to say something...say all of it! Don't just leave the rest a mystery. The purpose is your reason for what you're telling the audience. Writing Process Purpose Correct Audience & Voice Always keep the other person's feelings and interests in mind. :) Use kind language. Be respectful and polite! Outline! Clear Planning! Get to the point and be done with it! No one wants to listen to you carry on about pointless stuff. Don't waste your time making it sound too pretty. Must be easily read and understood. Be direct and to the point! No one wants to hear you carry on about pointless stuff. Be specific. It is important to make sure you have age appropraite concepts. You can't teach a first grader Physics. You need to make sure what you are trying to tell them is interesting, and is something they will understand. :) The voice is how you are talking to them. Are you commanding them, congratulating them, etc. Courteous Make sure your paper has a title, introduction, topic, and conclusion. If you need to, make a checklist to make sure you have each of these things in your paper. :)
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