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  • Pg. 41-43 Focus on Speaker & Message. Do exercise on p. 43 with emphasis on word in sentence.
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    • 1. What is Communication? Chapter 3; pages 40-46
    • 2. Colossians 4:6
      • Let your speech always be with grace, seasoned with salt, that you may know how you ought to answer each one.
    • 3. Speaking is not the same as communicating. We learned to speak early on, but communication is a skill we will continue to develop through the rest of our lives.
    • 4. Communication
      • Begins even before you speak
      • While sitting in your seat
      • Before presenting your speech
      • Reveals how you feel about yourself and your speech
    • 5. Communication God’s Way
      • Purpose:
        • To praise Him
        • To edify others
        • To encourage others
        • To exhort others
    • 6. Definition: Communication
      • The exchange of thoughts, messages, or information.
      Does not take place if there’s NO understanding of the thoughts, messages, or information being shared.
    • 7. Basic Communication
      • 4 main elements in exchanging info
        • Speaker
        • Message
        • Audience
        • Feedback
    • 8. Speaker Message Feedback Basic Communication Audience
    • 9. Communication Breakdowns
      • Distractions
      • Field of experience
    • 10. The Speaker’s Responsibility
      • Convey the message
      • Speak accurately & adequately
      • Aware of the communication process
      • Considerate of threats to the communication process
    • 11. Combine that Responsibility with Method to Include
      • Good structure
      • Appropriate delivery
      • Preparation
      • Precise language
    • 12. Effective Presentation
      • Speaker’s character
      • Purpose
      • Word choice
      • Volume
      • Gestures
      • Facial expressions

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