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A. feeling. to obtain information (Galvin K. M. ) . and other information Spoken or written forms but also by gestures or body actions. to influence others b.Introduction What is communication? The exchange of thoughts. Transmission of feelings or a social interaction between people. Two main purpose: a. & Wilkinson C.
Communication in Classroom Fundamental component in classroom To build healthy relationship and promote positive behaviour Effective communication is important for the development of human relationship that are functional and reciprocal .
spoken words. group or organization Responsible for the success of the message. and culture influence the message. skill. Sender individual. attitudes. .The Communication Process 1. The sender's experiences. knowledge. 1989). perceptions. "The written words. and nonverbal language selected are paramount in ensuring the receiver interprets the message as intended by the sender" (Burnett & Dollar.
emails.Channel (Medium) Oral. oral communication channels are more effective When the message must be delivered to many people. memos. written and visual Examples: telephone. internet (social network and e-mail) The effectiveness of the channels depends on the characteristics or purpose of the communication.2. written channels are more effective. letters. . When immediate feedback is necessary.
skills. All interpretations are influenced by their experiences. perceptions. The successful communication also depends on how much the individual or individuals know about the topic.3. Receive The individual or individuals to whom the message is directed. and culture. and the relationship and trust that exists between sender and receiver. attitudes. . their receptivity to the message. knowledge.
The Communication Model Message S Feedback Formulate ideas Encode Transmit R Perceive Decode Interpret .
Sender need to predict the receiver s expertise .A.Need to be formulated into logical sequence and organized . Formulating the Idea .Ideas begin as abstract thought .The organization of ideas depend on individual s prior knowledge and familiarity with the context .
Encoding .The thought process formulated needs to be encoded into a medium The choice of medium depends on the : Purpose Content Setting Relative proximity Familiarity Gender Age .B.
pace. inflection. Transmitting .Considerations Paralinguistic consideration (volume.C. pause of articulation) Receiver s language experience . emphasis. pitch.
The receiver s senses is involved (hearing. Perceiving .Receiver s perception of the message transmission . .Cognitive system like attention system and working memory are involved.D. . sight. touch and smell) and non verbal communication.
colloquial terms) . sarcasm. irony.E.Receiver get s the meaning of the message .Initial message comprehension . Decoding . (metaphor.Meaning: Denotative = Dictionary definition Connotative = Differing meanings / Underlying meaning.
Receiver construct meaning based on their own experience .Comprehension at a deeper level . Interpreting .F.Evaluation and judgment .Message does not contain all information of the original ideas .Requires a level of inference on the receiver .
Provide a gauge of accuracy of message transmission .Two way process . comprehension.The sender attends to receiver s feedback in order to judge the receiver s attentiveness. Feedback .Sender adjust the message content or manner of delivery in response to feedback .G.The sender is also a receiver (vice versa) . judgment of ideas and desire to respond .