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Please use this guide together with our textbook to remember the objectives you are expected to learn in this chapter.

Please use this guide together with our textbook to remember the objectives you are expected to learn in this chapter.

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  • Chapter 1. Communicating With Others THE NATURAL SPEAKER
  • Objectives of Chapter 1 (Cont’d)
  • Objectives of Chapter 1 (Cont’d)
  • Objectives of Chapter 1 (Cont’d)
    • This first chapter deals with the basics of communication--a model of communication, five
    • principles of communication, and six interpersonal communication skills that will enhance the
    • students’ personal communication life. For many of your students, this public speaking class
    • will be their introduction to the field of speech communication, so it’s essential they learn
    • some basic terminology and appreciate the importance of effective communication skills in
    • their personal lives, as well as in their public speaking.
  • Can you identify the various components?
  • A model of communication Noise Sender Receiver Message Feedback Environment Communication channel: speech, face-to-face, email, voice mail, telephone, letters, etc.
  • Five principles of communication
  • Six interpersonal communication skills
    • Not taking communication so personally
    • Listening without verbal interruption
    • Listening reflectively
    • Complimenting others
    • Reframing what is said
    • Touching others.
  • Most important factor: attitude of the speaker
    • Training and experience can lead to better communication but even more important than aptitude…
  • Even more important
    • … attitudes toward the communication process that reflect self-acceptance, that are other-centered as opposed to self-centered, and that embrace flexibility.
    • Five principles of communication, and six interpersonal communication skills that will enhance the
    • students’ personal communication life. For many of your students, this public speaking class
    • will be their introduction to the field of speech communication, so it’s essential they learn
    • some basic terminology and appreciate the importance of effective communication skills in
    • their personal lives, as well as in their public speaking.
  • Understanding of these principles leads directly to the exploration of some specific behaviors and skills of effective communicators