Communication   The Process      Micaela Wolfe         Speech 104      Argumentation
Communication Happens    Even if we are just standing aroundEvery Thing we do sends a Message                             ...
Step 1 * SendingThe Sender is the Source of themessageIn the example here Mr. Stickwants to get the message acrossthat he ...
Step 2 * EncodingThis is the process of thinking of whatyou want to communicate, and thenrepresenting that thought in a ve...
Step 3 * MessageThe Message is simply what you want to communicate.Mr Stick wants to “Attack at Dawn” and he has a cleaver...
Step 4 * ChannelThe Channel is the “medium” thatthe message has to go through to getto our brain.We have 5 senses: We See,...
Step 5 * ReceiverThe receiver is the target audience of themessage the sender is giving.There is a primary audience (chose...
Step 6 * DecodingDecoding is the ability to translatethe message the sender puts outthere into something the receiverunder...
Step 7 * FeedbackFeedback is the information thereceiver sends back to the senderThe receiver lets the sender knowhow well...
Step 8 * NoiseNoise is anything that gets in theway of the communication processThis can be actual noise such asmusic, or ...
Poor CommunicationIt is not that we do notwant to communicate, it isthat we are notcommunicating correctly.With all of the...
How to Avoid Misunderstandings                                             Hi Sally,                                      ...
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  1. 1. Communication The Process Micaela Wolfe Speech 104 Argumentation
  2. 2. Communication Happens Even if we are just standing aroundEvery Thing we do sends a Message Communicating Critical Thinking: Communicating with Others By: Sterk and Marteney
  3. 3. Step 1 * SendingThe Sender is the Source of themessageIn the example here Mr. Stickwants to get the message acrossthat he says helloThe Sender is in control of themessage he intends to sendHe is responsible for the successor failure of the message Communicating Critical Thinking: Communicating with Others By: Sterk and Marteney
  4. 4. Step 2 * EncodingThis is the process of thinking of whatyou want to communicate, and thenrepresenting that thought in a verbalor non verbal wayMy Stick is using Facial Expressionsto help put those thoughts out thereDuring the encoding process, MrStick will take into account theenvironment he is in as well as thereceiver of his messageEnvironment includes: social system,culture, past experiences, genderinfluences, education, language,expectations of both you and theperson you are communicating with Communicating Critical Thinking: Communicating with Others By: Sterk and Marteney
  5. 5. Step 3 * MessageThe Message is simply what you want to communicate.Mr Stick wants to “Attack at Dawn” and he has a cleaver way of showing it on a big Poster.The message is how you put the words together to form a sentence, spell the words, formyour sentences and put it all together. Communicating Critical Thinking: Communicating with Others By: Sterk and Marteney
  6. 6. Step 4 * ChannelThe Channel is the “medium” thatthe message has to go through to getto our brain.We have 5 senses: We See, We Hear,We Taste, We Touch, We SmellOnce the message is sent it travelsthrough at least one of our senses toget through to usIf we give someone a rose to showthem we love them...they not only seeit, they smell it and touch it: Thatrose could communicate to us that theperson loves us through our hands,eyes and nose. Communicating Critical Thinking: Communicating with Others By: Sterk and Marteney
  7. 7. Step 5 * ReceiverThe receiver is the target audience of themessage the sender is giving.There is a primary audience (chosen by thesender)There could also be a secondary audience (allothers who access the information)Receivers are not responsible for startingcommunication, but they are responsible forlistening and providing feedback Communicating Critical Thinking: Communicating with Others By: Sterk and Marteney
  8. 8. Step 6 * DecodingDecoding is the ability to translatethe message the sender puts outthere into something the receiverunderstandsThis can never be done 100%because the sender and receiverare different due to: socialsystems, culture, past experiences,gender influences, education andlanguagesBoth parties play a role in thedecoding Communicating Critical Thinking: Communicating with Others By: Sterk and Marteney
  9. 9. Step 7 * FeedbackFeedback is the information thereceiver sends back to the senderThe receiver lets the sender knowhow well you have “decoded” theinformation they sent youAre you falling asleep in their lecture,are you responding back in a wayverbally to let them know the correctanswer, do they say I love you toowhen you said I want to break upFeedback is the responsibility of thereceiver Communicating Critical Thinking: Communicating with Others By: Sterk and Marteney
  10. 10. Step 8 * NoiseNoise is anything that gets in theway of the communication processThis can be actual noise such asmusic, or a baby screamingThis can also be psychologicallike a bad attitude which does notallow you to hear anything peoplesay to youNoise can happen at any momentduring the communication process Communicating Critical Thinking: Communicating with Others By: Sterk and Marteney
  11. 11. Poor CommunicationIt is not that we do notwant to communicate, it isthat we are notcommunicating correctly.With all of the differentpersonalities out and withall the different culturesthere it is no wonder thereare so manymisunderstandings whenwe communicate. Communicating Critical Thinking: Communicating with Others By: Sterk and Marteney
  12. 12. How to Avoid Misunderstandings Hi Sally, You are not my type. Plus I like Michelle. I am sorry if this hurts Hi Jon, I really your want you to ask feelings me out! Mean what you say, know your audience and check for understanding! And Remember Everything We Say And Don’t Say isCommunicated - Even if it is not what we meant to communicate! Communicating Critical Thinking: Communicating with Others By: Sterk and Marteney

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