TABLE OF CONENTS• Slide 3 - Communication• Slide 4 - Model of Communication• Slide 5 - Processes of Communicating• Slide 6 - Processes of Communicating• Slide 7 – Verbal and Nonverbal Communication• Slide 8 – 5 Types of Communication• Slide 9 – Communication Includes• Slide 10 – Truth vs. Validity• Slide 11 – Threshold• Slide 12 – Facts
Communication• It occurs when one person transfers an idea to another person.• The activity of transporting information• A exchange of giving news or information• Effective conversing or expressing with others
• Sender- primary responsibility for the success or failure of the communication act• Encoding- translating ideas into symbols• Message- travels over the channels, symbols you use become the message• Channel- is where the message passes The channels are our senses sight, sound touch, taste and smell.
•Decoding- based on your personalbackground, education ,and exerciseyou attach meaning to the message•Receiver-gets the message andprovides feedback•Feedback- data that is sent to themain source•Noise-any interruption or change inthe message
Verbal and Nonverbal CommunicationCommunication is the act of transferringinformation from one to another. In order for thetransfer to work verbal and nonverbal aredependent.Verbal Communication is communicating that useslanguage. One way for people to communicate isface to face, by words, numbers, or symbols.Nonverbal Communication is the exchange ofmessages through gestures, facial expressions, andbody positions.
Five Types of CommunicationIntrapersonal-communicating with yourselfInterpersonal-with one other person 1 on 1Small group- a pattern of communication isestablished (3-11)Public communication-everyone is in a placewhere communication is being taken placeMass communication- transmission ofmessages passes using electronics to transmit forexample ( media and technology)
Communication Can IncludeMass Interpersonal PUBLICTELEPHONE ,IN PERSON MEETINGS ,RADIO,TELEVISON GESTURES, SPEAKING THROUGHTHE EYES, VERBAL, NON-VERBAL, VOICE LEVEL,AND ETC….
Truth vs. ValidityTruth is a certainty of a belief that’s affirmative. Afact that has been verified. For example a provenstatement.Truth with capital “T” accurate situation of anevent and reasons understandings are incorrect.Truth with small “t” what someone believes as theonly answer to a event.Validity is a quality of being used to support anargument. It is measured with certainty.Critical thinkers use validity to make decisions,not truth. Means they don’t rely on truth. It isbased on reasonable positions.
THRESHOLDThreshold is validity on the continuous of certainty thatspeaks out to describe before someone will commit to adecision.Most people have a threshold with respect that is to aparticular point of view.• No two people have the same threshold on a same matter.• A person’s threshold can change over the period.• On some topics, people may not have thresholds that canbe reached.• It varies depending on the matter.• Threshold are effected by psychological and physiologicalsettings. Example, buying a expensive car your thresholdto buying a lowered priced when you bought the car for$30,000.•Threshold can be lowered. Creating the right kind ofargument can soften or lower the threshold of anaudience.
DID YOU KNOW FACTS- No two people decode the same.- Actions speak louder than words nonverbalcommunication for example, you may not know itbut you are still communicating with someone by nottalking but by gestures or your face reactions.