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  • Types Of Communication; P 51 53

    1. 1. TYPES OF COMMUNICATION pg. 51-53
    2. 2. VARIOUS METHODS #1) Intrapersonal Communication #2) Interpersonal Communication #3) Small-Group Communication #4) Public Speaking #5) Mass Communication
    3. 3. INTRAPERSONAL COMMUNICATION “Intra” means within; personal has to do with a particular person The “talking” we do in our head Designed to process info to filter out comments that do not glorify God.
    4. 4. INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION “Inter” means between; personal means taking place between 2-3 other people Daily conversation at a location: could be informal & unplanned in the hall with friends at kitchen table with family members
    5. 5. INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION Could be more formal and planned Talking to a teacher about an assignment Interview for a job
    6. 6. INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION New levels of communication bring on higher probability of problems in communicating Various life experience brought to interaction Varying distractions
    7. 7. SMALL-GROUP COMMUNICATION Involves 4-12 people Varies from informal ASB meeting to discuss pool party Can be formal Meeting following parlimentary procedures
    8. 8. PUBLIC SPEAKING One person communicates with numerous people Present a message to the group Limited audience feedback available Presenter must read audience non-verbal response to gauge successful exchange
    9. 9. COMMUNICATION, A COMPLICATED PROCESS Requires a speaker, a message, an audience, & feedback to speaker’s message Distractions affect the exchange High importance for speaker to communicate barring distractions Keep thoughts straight in your head Communicate over long distances & to numerous people
    10. 10. SPEAKERS’ MISSION Get the exchange of the message across to the audience

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