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Communicating With Others
Communication Phrases• Sender: The person who has the information or content, they  want someone else to know.• Encoding: ...
Transmission Model Of           CommunicationEncoded                           DecodedSenderMessageChannelReceiverNo...
Verbal Communication• Organizing your thoughts in to system of words.• Verbal Communication Consist of words.
Nonverbal Communication• The process of communication with no words.• Body Language, facial expression,  sing language.• T...
Communication EnvironmentsFive types of communication environment1) Intrapersonal: Communicating   with yourself thinking ...
Argumentative Communication• Miscommunication happeneds when there is significant  differences between the sender and the ...
Truth & Validity• These two terms are caused of argument who  is telling the truth or what statement is more  valid.• Trut...
Validity• Internal consistency of an argument.• Any subject there can be many valid position.• Tied to the information ava...
Communication Is Important• To transfer information to the receiver.• People needed to communicate with each  other in eve...
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Communication Extra Credit

  1. 1. Communicating With Others
  2. 2. Communication Phrases• Sender: The person who has the information or content, they want someone else to know.• Encoding: Is an idea through symbols send to the receiver.• Channel: The sender must pass sound waves. Example: sight, sound, touch, taste and smell.• Receiver: Is the target the sender is sending the message.• Noise: Anything that is disrupting or distracting the communication process.• Feedback: Tells the sender sender how well you have decoded the message.
  3. 3. Transmission Model Of CommunicationEncoded DecodedSenderMessageChannelReceiverNoise Noise Noise Noise Noise Noise Noice Feedback
  4. 4. Verbal Communication• Organizing your thoughts in to system of words.• Verbal Communication Consist of words.
  5. 5. Nonverbal Communication• The process of communication with no words.• Body Language, facial expression, sing language.• The nonverbal communication will affect positively or negatively impression.
  6. 6. Communication EnvironmentsFive types of communication environment1) Intrapersonal: Communicating with yourself thinking or talking. 2) Interpersonal: Communication with few participants involved. 3) Small Group: Having at least 3 to 12 members in a group meeting. 4) Community (public): A large group of 15 people that interact with each other (class room or a team). 5) Mass: Transmission a message which may be processed by a gate keeper.
  7. 7. Argumentative Communication• Miscommunication happeneds when there is significant differences between the sender and the receiver.• Arguments can be trivial and easy to resolve but most of the time arguments are prompted by disagreement confusion.• Arguments become more complex when we are not certain about how to resolve them.
  8. 8. Truth & Validity• These two terms are caused of argument who is telling the truth or what statement is more valid.• Truth: actual state of motion.• What is right or wrong• The threshold for truth measured as absolute certainty.
  9. 9. Validity• Internal consistency of an argument.• Any subject there can be many valid position.• Tied to the information available to find out which position is an argument.• Valid position promotes open minded.
  10. 10. Communication Is Important• To transfer information to the receiver.• People needed to communicate with each other in everyday life.• With out it society cant function.

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