Chapter 1
Elements of the
Communication Process

“You can have brilliant ideas, but if you can’t get
them across, your bra...
Benefits of this course....
Learn how to speak in various contexts
How to meet the needs of your audience
Enhance interper...
Your Name:

Major:

E-Mail Address:

Phone Number:

Where you work:

Hours per week:

Hobbies/Interest:
# Children:

Marri...
Transactional Communication Model

Encodes
Source/Spe
aker
Decodes

Message
Verbal/Nonverbal

Decodes
Audience/Receiver
En...
Transactional Communication Model
Feedback
Interference

Encodes
Source/Speaker
Decodes

External
Internal
Self-generated
...
Transactional Communication Model
Culture

Feedback
Interference

Encodes
Source/Speaker
Decodes
Field of
Experience
Belie...
5 Levels of Communication
Intrapersonal
Interpersonal
Small Group
Public Speaking
Mass Communications
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  1. 1. Chapter 1 Elements of the Communication Process “You can have brilliant ideas, but if you can’t get them across, your brains won’t get you anywhere.” ---Lee Iacocca Former president of Chrysler
  2. 2. Benefits of this course.... Learn how to speak in various contexts How to meet the needs of your audience Enhance interpersonal competence Advance your career opportunities Class is a laboratory for practice Encourages use of critical thinking skills Learn effective small group skills Gain interview skills
  3. 3. Your Name: Major: E-Mail Address: Phone Number: Where you work: Hours per week: Hobbies/Interest: # Children: Married/Single: Previous Communication courses: What you hope to gain from this course: Identify any fears related to speaking in public: List any special accommodations you may need:
  4. 4. Transactional Communication Model Encodes Source/Spe aker Decodes Message Verbal/Nonverbal Decodes Audience/Receiver Encodes
  5. 5. Transactional Communication Model Feedback Interference Encodes Source/Speaker Decodes External Internal Self-generated Message Verbal/Nonverbal Field of Experience Beliefs Values Attitudes Feedback Decodes Audience/Receiver Encodes Field of Experience Beliefs Values Attitudes
  6. 6. Transactional Communication Model Culture Feedback Interference Encodes Source/Speaker Decodes Field of Experience Beliefs Values Attitudes Communication Context: Physical, External Social, Time Internal Self-Generated Message Verbal/Nonverbal Decodes Audience/Receiver Encodes Field of Experience Channel: Channel: Face to Face Face to Face Telephone Telephone Computer Computer Beliefs Values Attitudes Culture Communication Context Feedback
  7. 7. 5 Levels of Communication Intrapersonal Interpersonal Small Group Public Speaking Mass Communications

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