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Communication intro(1)

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Communication intro(1)

  1. 1. COMMUNICATIONCOMMUNICATION SKILLSSKILLS
  2. 2. ►Communication is derivedCommunication is derived from the Latin wordfrom the Latin word “Communico”“Communico” which meanswhich means to share.to share.
  3. 3. What isWhat is Communication?Communication? It’s sending a messageIt’s sending a message It’s getting your pointIt’s getting your point acrossacross It’s sharing ideas andIt’s sharing ideas and feelingsfeelings
  4. 4. When people work toWhen people work to develop communicationdevelop communication competence, they arecompetence, they are concerned with ‘puttingconcerned with ‘putting language to work forlanguage to work for them’.them’. (Barbara S Wood)(Barbara S Wood)
  5. 5. ►Language is not an end inLanguage is not an end in itself; it is a way ofitself; it is a way of connection betweenconnection between souls, a means ofsouls, a means of communication.communication. (Otto Jespersen)(Otto Jespersen)
  6. 6. Communication andCommunication and LanguageLanguage • The primary function ofThe primary function of language is to communicatelanguage is to communicate
  7. 7. LANGUAGE SKILLSLANGUAGE SKILLS • LISTENING SKILLSLISTENING SKILLS • SPEAKING SKILLSSPEAKING SKILLS • READING SKILLSREADING SKILLS • WRITING SKILLSWRITING SKILLS
  8. 8. LANGUAGE SKILLSLANGUAGE SKILLS LISTENING READING RECEPTIVERECEPTIVE SKILLSSKILLS
  9. 9. LANGUAGE SKILLSLANGUAGE SKILLS SPEAKING PRODUCTIVE SKILLS WRITING
  10. 10. LANGUAGE SKILLSLANGUAGE SKILLS LISTENING SPEAKING NATURAL SKILLS
  11. 11. LANGUAGE SKILLSLANGUAGE SKILLS WRITINGREADING ARITFICIAL SKILLS
  12. 12. Listening makes upListening makes up 42-60%42-60% of our communication.of our communication. Listenin g Writin g Readin g Speakin g
  13. 13. NONVERBALNONVERBAL COMMUNICATIONCOMMUNICATION • BODY LANGUAGEBODY LANGUAGE • EYE CONTACTEYE CONTACT • FACIAL EXPRESSIONSFACIAL EXPRESSIONS • VOCAL CUESVOCAL CUES • USE OF SPACEUSE OF SPACE

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