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(MWF) What is Communication?

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What is Communication?
What is communication?

Effective communication:
The perceived meanings from the sender to the receiver have to be identical
.
"Communication is the intentional or unintentional process of using verbal and nonverbal interactions to share information and construct meaning."
Noise:
location/environment of where the communication occurred; affects how we communicate
Reaction to the Message
Channel:
Medium we use to carry which a message. Messages are sent and received through all our senses.
Non-verbal communication:
Gestures and body languages

Intentionally and unintentionally through body language.
Receiver sees the message
Misunderstandings are more prevalent to occur


9) Mixed message:
Results when words

communicate one message. While actions, body languages, or appearance

communicate something else
It’s Time for a Conversation
Breaking the communication barrier between
dolphins and humans
Head trainer Teri Turner Bolton looks out at two young adult male dolphins, Hector and Han, whose beaks, or rostra, are poking above the water as they eagerly await a command. The bottlenose dolphins at the Roatán Institute for Marine Sciences (RIMS), a resort and research institution on an island off the coast of Honduras, are old pros at dolphin performance art. They’ve been trained to corkscrew through the air on command, skate backward across the surface of the water while standing upright on their tails, and wave their pectoral fins at the tourists who arrive several times a week on cruise ships.


Communication
Models in Action
Activity
Connection to Business World
80 % people and 15 % economics
Interviews:
- First impression
- How you communicate why your a
great candidate for the job

anything that
interferes
with or distorts the ability to send and receive messages - Distractions (internal and external)
Chapter 1
3 PRIMARY METHODS OF COMMUNICATION

Types of Communication (5)
1.) Int
ra
personal communication


2.) Int
er
personal communication


3.) Small Group communication

4.) Public Speaking

5.) Mass communication


Verbal communication:
sending a message through a spoken language where the receiver hears the message.

Written communication:
sending a message by the use of words and symbols
Elements of Communication (7)
People: Those involve

Senders
- persons who formulate,
encode
or (convert), and transmit a message

Receivers
persons who receive,
decode
or (make sense of), and interpret a message

Message: What is being communicated
(verbal/nonverbal) the content of a communicative act; words used to express content, thoughts, feelings, gestures

Context Setting
Feedback
(4) Types
Positive feedback
: response that reinforces current
behavior

Negative feedback
: response that extinguishes
behavior in progress

Internal feedback
: response you give yourself

External feedback
: response from another

Effect
Communication outcome

An effect can be emotional, physical, or cognitive.

If can create emotional feelings of joy, anger, happiness, sadness, etc.

It can cause you to argue or physically fight.

It can cause you to gain new knowledge or become confused.
WHAT'S NEXT
Read Communication Case Study

Prepare for Discussion Monday
HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND!
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The components present during the process of all communication interactions
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Today's Agenda...
"A Moment Worth Sharing" (Continue Introduction Speeches
Review Chapter 1
Communication, What is it and Why it is a part of our everyday lives?
The Process of Communication:
The Linear Model
The Interaction Model
The Transactional Model
Activity...
DUE TODAY Chapter 1 Quiz (Before Class)

Purpose to WHY we COMMUNICATE!

NEEDS ARE BEING MET!

4 P's
Practical
Professional
Public
Personal
Become More Aware of HOW you Communicate as a Communicator...
Communication is:
Inescapable
Irreversible
Structured
Contextual
Relational
Cultural
Ever-Changing
*5 Elements of Communications Involved here
Shannon & Weaver 1949
*7 Elements of Communication Involved here
Schramm 1954
*9 Elements of Communication Involved here
1967, Watzlawick, Bavelas & Jackson
*MOST IMPORTANT
Today's Agenda...
Chapter 1
Communication, What is it and Why it is a part of our everyday lives?
The Process of Communication:
The Linear Model
The Interaction Model
The Transactional Model
Activity: Visualizing (3) Models
Last Class... We Covered
Continue Chapter 1
Types of Communications
Ways to become a more successful/effective/ethical communicator
Open Discussion
Chapter 1 Wrap-up
Six Strategies on How to Become an Effective Communicator...
1. Learn how to
Listen
effectively.

2. Learn how to
Utilize
and
Understand
both
Non-Verbal

and

Verbal messages
.

3. Be
Aware
of your communication style and
Accepting
of others.

4. Lean to Prepare by
Practicing


5. Learn how to
Manage
your Communication Apprehension

6. Learn to
See

every
Communicative Act from a Wider Lens. "Big Picture"
Understand Communication
Shape Messages
Connect with Others
Six Strategies on How to Become an Effective Communicator...
An Ethical Communicator is...
1. Self-Monitoring
2. Knowledgeable
3. Truthful
4. Caring
5. Responsible across all channels and situations
6. Recognize and Embrace Diversity


Would you consider Ethics to be Subjective? If so, how can Ethical Communication Relate to "everyone"? How can we all fit within the same "world" as an Ethical Communicator?
QUESTION FOR OPEN DISCUSSION:
Chapter 1 Wrap-up
Gather in your groups. You will be assigned 1 area that we've covered in Chapter 1. Take 5 minutes to discuss. Then choose 1 person from the group to take a few minutes to review that topic with the class.
"Cycle"
"Characteristics of an Ethical Communicator"
Provide an example using 1 of the
Characteristics of an Ethical Communicator
and 1 of the
Types of Communications
and explain why it is important to be Ethical while involved in that type of Communicative act...


Further Discussion....
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