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1 Chapter 1 Building Responsibility

2 What is communication? #3IC- Communication is the process of sending and receiving messages, and it occurs whenever we express ourselves in a manner that is clearly understood. #1B – The communication process consists of the sender, the receiver, the message, and the feedback. The sender is the one that transmits the message, that which is sent or said. The receiver is the one that intercepts the message and the interprets it. The feedback includes the reactions that the receiver gives to the message offered by the sender.

3 What is communication? #1IC- A successful communicator needs to be responsible because speakers are responsible for making the world a better place and for caring about the audience. #2IC- A good communicator combine ethics with responsibility because the speaker must appear and act ethically, or the audience will not listen. Speakers must make sure that communication barriers do not keep the audience from understanding the message. Some of these barriers include education, attitude, culture, environment, or society.

4 What is communication? Written communication is any communication that must be read. Oral or verbal communication is any communication that is spoken. #2B –Nonverbal communication expresses your attitudes or moods about a person, situation, or idea. #4IC – “Body language” is another name for nonverbal communication. Nonverbal communication may mean different things to different people. #3B – A symbol stands for something by association or for an idea. #5IC - A symbol stands for something by association or for an idea.

5 Laying a Proper Foundation
#4B – Building a strong “value structure foundation” consists of being a good person, communicating well, and caring. You can be a bad person and still be a good speaker. (ie..Hitler) You just won’t be as effective. #5B – Interpersonal communication takes place any time messages are transmitted between two people. Intrapersonal communication is an inner dialogue with yourself to assess your thoughts, feelings, and reactions. #6IC - Intrapersonal communication is often the most important because you must be honest and positive with yourself before you can speak that way to others.

6 Laying a Proper Foundation
#6B – Oratory, or rhetoric, is the art or study of public speaking. #7B – An orator delivers oratory and uses words effectively.

7 Caring About Your Audience
#7IC – A good communicator care about the audience because if the speaker doesn’t care about the audience, the audience can tell and won’t listen. #8B – Aristotle defined three major methods for appealing to an audience: ethical, emotional, and logical. The ethical appeal is used when the speaker tries to show the audience that he is a good and ethical person. The emotional appeal is when the speaker appeals to the heart of audience members. It addresses love, patriotism, or maybe family. The logical appeal is when the speaker appeals to the audience’s logic and intellect by providing factual information. ***The emotional appeal is the most powerful.

8 Laying a Proper Foundation
#8IC – When a speaker is prepare to speak, the speaker should consider certain audience-related factors. These factors include age, gender, social background, education, and socioeconomic standing. If the speaker does not consider these factors, he or she will not be as effective.

9 Building the Proper Motivation
Motivation is something , such as a need or a desire, that causes a person to act. #9IC – The two forces that should motivate a speakers words are the desire to treat people and situations fairly, and the desire to set a good example. Treating people fairly involves NOT stereotyping people. #9B – Stereotyping means labeling every person in a group based on preconceived ideas about what that group represents. Every person must be judged on their own qualities and not be judged as a member of a certain group.

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