1. Dyadic communication | Happens between two people. (Like a conversation) | 2. Small group communication | Involves a small number of people who can see and speak directly with one another. | 3. Mass communication | Occurs between a speaker and a larger audience of unknown people who usually are not present with the speaker. | 4. Public speaking | A speaker delivers a message with a specific purpose to an audience of people who are present during the delivery of the speech. | 5. Source (or Sender) | Is the person who creates a message | 6. Encoding | The process of converting thoughts into words. | 7. Receiver | (Audience) The recipient of the sources message. | 8. Decoding | The process of interpreting the message. | 9. Feedback | The audiences response to a message, can be conveyed both verbally and non verbally. | 10. Message | The content of the communication process: thoughts and ideas put into meaningful expressions, expressed verbally and non verbally | 11. Channel | The medium through which the speaker sends a message. | 12. Noise | Any interference with the message | 13. Shared meaning | Is the mutual understanding of a message between speaker and audience. | 14. Context | Includes anything that influences the speaker, the audience, the occasion and the speech. | 15. Rhetorical situation | A circumstance calling for a public response. | 16. Rhetoric (oratory) | Originally the practice of giving speeches. | 17. Aristotle | 384-322 B.C.E. public speaker. Divided a process of preparing a speech into five parts called Canons of Rhetoric. | 18. Invention | Refers to adapting speech information to the audience in order to make your case. | 19. Arrangement | Organizing the speech in ways best suited to the topic and audiences. | 20. Style | The way the speaker uses language to express the speech ideas. | 21. Memory and Delivery | The methods of rehearsing and presenting the speech so that you achieve the most effective blend of content, voice, and non-verbal behavior. | 22. Informative speech | Provides an audience with new information, new sights, or new ways of thinking about a topic. | 23. Persuasive speech | Intends to influence the attitudes, beliefs, values, or acts of others. | 24. Organize your speech around 2 or 3 main points. | Introduction, Body, and Conclusion. | 25. Introduction | * Arouse the audience’s attention with a quotation, short story, example, or other kind of attention-getting device. * Introduce the topic and purpose of the speech. * Preview the main points. * Use transition to signal the start of the speech body. | 26. Body | * Clearly state the thesis. * Develop the main points using a structure that suits the topic, audience, and occasion. * Use transition to signal the conclusion. | 27. Conclusion | * Restate the thesis and reiterate how the main points confirm it. * Leave the audience with something to think about or challenge the to respond. * Be prepared to answer questions. | 28. Public speaking anxiety | Fear or anxiety associated with either actual or anticipated communication to and audience as a speaker. | 29. Visualization | A highly effective way to reduce nervousness. | 30. Ethos | Character. | 31. Speaker credibility | Reveals that people place their greatest trust into speakers who: * Have a solid grasp of the subject * Display sound reasoning skills. * Are honest and unmanipulative. * Are genuinely interested in the welfare of the listeners. | 32. Dignity | Refers to ensuring that listeners feel worthy, honored, or respected as individuals. | 33. Integrity | Signals the speaker’s incorruptibility that he or she will
Thirdly, the discourses of ‘gang’ have largely
been racialised in most places around Australia, with ethnic minority youth the main
subjects of such public discourses (Collins et al. 2000; Poynting, Noble & Tabar 2001;
White et al. 1999). These observations require that we be sensitive to the implicit and
explicit social issues that inevitably accompany any consideration of police and community
responses to gang-related behaviour.…
Level 3 Award IN Education and Training - Mark Kendrick
Unit 1 Understanding Roles Responsibilities and Relationships in Education and Training
1.1 Main Role and responsibilities as a teacher/trainer in education and training
The main role of a teacher/trainer should be to teach in a way which engages learners and actively engage learning during every lesson irrespective of the environment.…
Such effects have increased, with:
“… growing numbers of people, greater economic interdependence, and an outpouring of chemicals
and industrial products of uncertain environment effect; workers absorbing new chemicals in work
place; the general public affected by waste residues interacting with one another in the environment”.…
Since its adoption, the Declaration has
world and has contributed greatly to the
An Afghan woman exercises her right to vote in the
presidential and provincial council elections.…
Unplanned pregnancies leave women with choices, including adoption, abortion or keeping the child and raising them.
Factors that negatively impact on a teenage mother’s ability to parent include inadequate family environment and support, low levels of parenting skills and life skills, low socio-economic status and marital success.
Methods for infertile couples
A process when the woman is able to conceive and the main is not.…
There are several different statutory services that children and their families are able to use, these include:
One of the main examples of statutory services is social services.…
She is the main reason for conflict in this story because of the affections both Tom and Gatsby have for her.
Jordan: Jordan Baker is a famous golf player. She is good friends with Daisy and she also has a summer fling with Nick. However Nick describes her as being a liar. At the end of the summer when Nick goes to see Jordan to say goodbye to her she tells him that she is engaged to someone.
Myrtle Wilson: Myrtle Wilson is Tom’s mistress.…
The purpose of this essay is to discuss the Islamization of Persia in relation to the Samanid and Buyid Dynasties. The synthesis of Persian culture and Islam was not an immediate result of the Arab expansion into Iran and there is certainly a lack of research on the subject. However, in this essay, I will attempt to explain the contributions of the Samanid and Buyid dynasties to this synthesis with a focus on the attempts of the Samanid Dynasty at centralization and a unified identity through religion…
A job interview is a process in which a potential employee is evaluated by an employer for prospective employment in their company, organization, or firm. During this process, the employer hopes to determine whether or not the applicant is suitable for the role.
TYPES OF JOB INTERVIEWS
1. Traditional one on one job interview
2. Panel Job Interview
3. Behavioural Job Interview
4. Group Job Interview
5. Phone Job Interview
6. Lunch Job Interview
1. Traditional one on one…
It is framed
around four main ideas:
1) a brand is more than a name or symbol
2) creating a great customer experience is
the essence of good branding
3) perceptions of a brand can be measured
4) brands are a form of sign
To complete the framework of the model, the
set of terms related to brand must be linked
to the set of terms related to experience.
Perception, common to both sets, is the link.…