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GOAL: Read with purpose, making three-level CRS connections: MAIN IDEAS---SIGNIFICANT DETAILS ---INFERENTIAL RELATIONSHIPS (Sequential; Cause/Effect; Compare/Contrast) Step 1: PRE-READ TITLE: Speech for Effective Communication, Chapter 2: ________________________________________________ Preview: (circle as applicable) Headings Illustrations Charts Maps Diagrams Print Features Cues/Questions(teacher OR student prescribed): (left column) 1. Messages ; 2.Verbal vs. Nonverbal Language.; 3. _____________________________;4. _____________________________; 5._______________________________________. Essentials(teacher assigned): (left column) OC terms Step 3: Step 2:
USE CUES TO LOOK FOR &/or NOTE CRSCONNECTIONS during/following the reading. READ and take notes of significant details while you read.

(MAIN IDEA) ____________________ ________ (p. 27)

Messages = feeling/ideas sent/received via communication all are either verbal or nonverbal 50-90% are nonverbal(without words)! CH. SHOWS HOW TO DEVELOP/USE MESSAGES EFFECTIVELY ******************** VERBAL = SYSTEM OF SPOKEN AND W________________ W_____________. NONverbal = COMMUNICATION WITHOUT W___________. EXCELLENT CHART ON PAGE 28! more ex.: verbal_______________________________________ NONverbal________________________________ _ Synonym for Cue = Ex.: ******************* VERBAL language = system of sounds and symbols >5 features of verbal language: SYSTEM = SYMBOLIC = something that stands for something else,

(INFERENTIAL RELATIONSHIP:_____ ___ ____________________ _______ Verbal vs. NONverbal (pp._____)

ex: (MAIN IDEA) VERBAL language: (pp. 29-25) the word CAR represents the machine you drive. CONVENTIONAL = LEARNED = (We are not born with a verbal language ability.) DYNAMIC = language CHANGES , ex: cool used to only mean a temperature, now it means good or stylish. (INFERENTIAL: COMPARE/CONTRAS T) Denotation vs. Connotation (pp. ____)

>SHADES of meaning = DENOTATION = Dictionary Definition may have several definitions, but will be commonly understood in the same way. CONNOTATION = Carries/suggests a weighted/hidden meaning, provokes feelings and a__________________ that usually go with that word use. Ex. positive connotation: handsome, __________, __________ Negative connotation: slime, _________, monster Neural connotation: paper, __________, __________ >Adapting language for situations (and settings) Standard American English = Sub-language = These are components of sublanguages: *Jargon = ex. for teachers, rubric; for _______________ *Slang = ex. you guys, cool, ___________ *Dialect = ex., In the Midwest, we say pop, in Texas they say Coke for any kind of carbonated beverage! (dialectic/regional difference) choose language based on _________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ ___________________ (See ideas in chart on p. 35!)

(INFERENTIAL: COMPARE/CONTRAS T) STANDARD AMERICAN ENGLISH vs. sublanguages (pp.____)

(MAIN IDEA) ____________________

________ (pp. 36-44)

******************* NONverbal Language uses all elements of com except ______________; so, to be sure communication is clear, its a good idea to perform a perception check = ex. of a perception check __________________________________________________ Body language = >facial expressions, ex.: >eye contact or looks, ex. :

>gestures= ex.: >posture = ex.: >movement = overall style or way a persons moves ex.: Paralanguage = all the different ways in which the voice delivers the words/sounds of the message, including: >pitch = >volume >rate = pace or speed of delivery >voice quality that produces a t_________ Environment and how it affects the communication >color affects in this way: >lighting, in this way: >background sounds, in this way: >space in this way: distance between sender and receiver *intimate space = + ex.: *personal space = + ex.: *social space = 4-12 feet; used for formal conversation, like an interview or meeting.

*public space = + ex.: Question to ask (NOT answer): How does your appearance affect your message? Step 4 REVIEW Summary/Big Picture (SEE pp. 47!!) (Whats essential?/Whys this important?)