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The Communication Process

Tony and Calebs Speech Prezi
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Tony Dickinson

on 1 October 2012

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Transcript of The Communication Process

Tony Dickinson and Caleb Staab The Communication Process The quarterback is the sender because he is throwing the football to the reciever. Sender The person who begins the communication. The person getting the message. They send feedback. Reciever The reciever is the wide reciever because he is getting the football. What is being communicated. Message The message is the football because it is being thrown from the sender to the reciever. The response to the message. Feedback The feedback is the high five because the it is the recievers response to the message. How the message is being sent. Verbal or Nonverbal. Channel for Sender The channel is Nonverbal because the message, is the football being thrown. Channel for Reciever How the message is being sent. Verbal or Nonverbal. The channel for the sender is nonverbal because it is a high five. Interference for Sender Anything that prevents effective communication from happening. The interference is the defensive lineman because they try to stop the sender from sending the message. Interference for Reciever Anything that prevents effective communication from happening. The interference for the reciever is the cornerback trying to block the ball. The context for the sender is the "pocket". The quarterback tries to stay in this zone when sending the ball. The context for the reciever is downfield, where he catches the message for a touchdown.
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