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Transcript of Eugene White's
a desire, feeling, or an emotion provides a communicator a stimulus to communicate a need.
before a communicator can utter a sound(s), he/she has to know the code of oral language with which to represent his/her ideas and in order to make his/her selection.
the communicator then uses his/her vocal mechanism to produce the sounds of language accompanied by his/her facial expression, gestures, and body stance.
the sound waves spread at 1,000 ft. per second and light waves travel at a speed of 186,000 miles per second carry the speaker's message to his/her listeners.
when sound waves make an impact upon the listener's ears after which the resulting nerve impulses reach the brain via the auditory nerve; light waves strike the listener's eyes after which the resulting nerve impulses reach the brain via optic nerve.
the communicator interprets
the language symbols he/she
recieves and thinks further.
the communicator may show overt behavior like a nod, yawn, or smile or he/she may not show any behavior at all.
while the communicator watches for signs or understanding of his/her message among his/her listeners, he/she is also atuned to what is going inside him/her; the communicator is receiving and decoding messages about himself/herself from his/her audience in order to adjust to the particular situation.
Book: Oral Communication
By Dr. Jaime Gutierrez-Ang
Eight Oral Stages
Sequence of the Model
The complete act of communication is aninteracting pattern of stimulus and response.interacting pattern of stimulus and response.
The listener must react in an observable manner,and, by some direct or indirect means, you mustand, by some direct or indirect means, you must become aware of this response. become aware of this response.