Sender<br />A person relaying a message.<br />Responsible for success or failure of the message given. <br />Controls how the message is given.<br />
Encoding<br />Sender wants the audience to understand the message that is given.<br />He/She has to be sensitive to the receiver’s background.<br />
Message<br />Information that is given through Communication.<br />What the sender wants the audience to know. <br />
Channel<br />The Sender selects a medium to transmit the message. <br />Transmitted through sight, sound, touch, taste or smell. <br />The medium affect how the message with be understood. <br />
Receiver<br />The audience the message is intended to reach.<br />Receiver is responsible for listening and feedback. <br />
Decoding<br />The power to translate the message so the audience can understand. <br />The receiver and sender have different backgrounds.<br />Some of the audience will not get full understand.<br />
Feedback<br />It tells the sender how successful he/she delivered the message.<br />The receiver response to the sender. <br />
Noise<br />Anything that distort the communication process.<br />This includes a cough, attitude or anything that would disrupt communication. <br />
Successful Communication<br />Effective communication depends on incorporating all parts of this process.<br />Helps promote healthy communication. <br />
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