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Communication

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  • 1. WHAT IS
  • 2. COMMUNICATION
    • DEFINITION:
    • To transmit from one to another such as diseases.
  • 3. COMMUNICATION
    • DEFINITION:
    • Passage , opportunity of passage or means of passage between places.
  • 4. COMMUNICATION
    • DEFINITION:
    • The imparting or interchange of thoughts , opinions or information by speech, writing or signs.
  • 5. THE PROCESS OF COMMUNICATION
  • 6.  
  • 7. PROCESS OF COMMUNICATION
    • The communication process has 4 key components:
    • Encoding
    • Medium of transmission
    • Decoding and
    • Feedback
    • It also has 2 other factors in the process:
    • Sender
    • Receiver
  • 8. SENDER
    • Initiates the communication process.
    • An individual , group or organization.
    • Responsible for the success of message.
  • 9. RECEIVER
    • Individual(s) to whom the message is sent.
    • Communication process end with the receiver.
  • 10. ENCODING
    • First step in communication process.
    • Sender decides what to transmit.
  • 11. MEDIUM OF TRANSMISSION
    • Medium (channel) is required to transmit the message.
    • Common channels :
    • Telephone
    • Television
    • Newspapers
    • Written forms (memos , letters , reports)
  • 12. DECODING
    • Conducted by receiver.
    • Interpret (decode) the sender’s message.
    • Translates sender’s message to make a meaningful sense.
  • 13. FEEDBACK
    • Final link.
    • Receiver responds to sender.
    • Response could be in any form.
  • 14. TYPES OF COMMUNICATION
  • 15. 2 types of communication
    • Verbal communication
    • Non-verbal communication
  • 16. VERBAL COMMUNICATION
  • 17.
    • Verbal communication is the spoken or written words you send or receive when communicating.
  • 18. Types of verbal communication
    • Oral communication
    • Written Communication
  • 19. WHAT IS LANGUAGE?
    • Language is a complex and abstract system of tools and principles used as a tool for communication , literacy and education.
  • 20.  
  • 21.
    • Invented by Alexander Graham Bell.
    • 2 main parts of a telephone:
    • Transmitter
    • Receiver
    • Communication made easy.
    • Mobiles.
  • 22.
  • 23. No matter wherever you are
  • 24.  
  • 25.
    • TELEVISION is the transmission and reception of moving images by use of electrical signals.
  • 26. vs
  • 27.  
  • 28. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION
  • 29. WRITING
    • A way of storing information and passing it on to other people.
  • 30. WRITING
  • 31. CALLIGRAPHY
  • 32. BRAILLE
  • 33.  
  • 34.  
  • 35. FIRST ABC
  • 36. ENGLISH
  • 37.  
  • 38.  
  • 39. PAPER
    • Invented in China by Cai Lun in the year A.D.105.
    • Process of making paper was kept a secret for 700 years.
  • 40. BOOKS
  • 41. NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION
  • 42. NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION
    • Codes of communication consisting of symbols that are not words and non word vocalizations.
    • 70-90% of our communication is non-verbal.
    • People believe non-verbal messages more readily.
  • 43. NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION
    • Signs and Symbols
    • Physical appearance
    • Eye movements
    • Body posture and gestures
    • Touch
    • Facial expressions
  • 44. SIGNS ROAD SIGNS
  • 45. SIGNS DOOR SIGN
  • 46. SIGNS GIVES A MESSAGE OR WARNING
  • 47. SYMBOLS
  • 48. SYMBOLS Red Crescent Red Cross
  • 49. SYMBOLS
  • 50. SYMBOLS
  • 51. PHYSICAL APPEARANCE
  • 52.  
  • 53.  
  • 54. EYES
  • 55.
    • Refuses eye contact  not interested in conversation.
    • Lot of eye contact  displays interest
    • Rolling eyes  sign of annoyance
    • Hiding eyes  disapproval
  • 56. EYES
  • 57. EYES
  • 58. EYES
  • 59. BODY LANGUAGE 1 2 3 4 5
  • 60. WINNER OR LOOSER?
  • 61. GESTURES
  • 62. GESTURES
  • 63. TOUCH
  • 64. TOUCH
  • 65. TOUCH
  • 66. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS
  • 67. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS
  • 68. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS Newly married
  • 69. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS After 10 years
  • 70. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS After 20 years
  • 71. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS After 30 years
  • 72. THE ULTIMATE GESTURE
  • 73. SMILE!!!
  • 74. SMILE!!!
  • 75. SMILE!!!
  • 76. SMILE!!!
  • 77.  
  • 78. KEEP SMILING
  • 79. THANK YOU
    • IT WAS A PLEASURE BEING WITH YOU

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