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Speech com 1


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Speech com 1

  1. 1. Communication -comes from the Latin word “communis,” meaning commonness. -Nuval (2008) defines communication as a process of sharing meaning. It involves a common experience and mutual influence.
  2. 2. -Padilla, Mely M., et al. (2003) states that communication is a process wherein knowledge, ideas, information, attitudes, feelings and the like are transmitted. -communication is a two-way process by which information is exchanged between or among individuals through a common system of symbols, signs, and behaviour.
  3. 3. Verbal Communication -the transmission of ideas, opinions, feelings, emotions or attitudes through the use of words. 1. Syntax – set of rules that determines the structure of language. (follow regular rules and grammar) 2. Semantics – deals with designing meanings to symbols.
  4. 4. Types of Meaning 1. Denotation – also known as dictionary meaning, is the conventional meaning people in a culture agree to use when they encounter a particular symbol. 2. Connotation – refers to the emotional component of the symbol’s meaning.
  5. 5. Nonverbal Communication -refers to the sending of messages to another person utilizing methods or means other than words.
  6. 6. 7 Categories of Nonverbal Communication 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. physical appearance body movement (kinesthetics) paralanguage touch (haptics) artifacts time (chronemics) space and territory (proximics)
  7. 7. Why is communication essential? With a partner, answer the question then share it in class. You are given 5 minutes to discuss the importance of communication. Cite your experiences if needed to explain it.
  8. 8. Functions of Communication 1. Physical Needs 2. Ego Needs 3. Social Needs a. inclusion b. desire for control c. affection
  9. 9. Two Types of Settings in Communication 1. Informal Settings (chats, conversations, etc.) 2. Formal Settings (interview, debate, public speaking, group discussion, parliamentary procedure)
  10. 10. Thank you for listening and participating ! Zhie