Intro to Communication, Week 3 Notes
Intro to Communication, Week 3 Notes CO 1013
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Intro to Communications Chapter 6 Listening It’s not the same as hearing o Physical process o Perceiving sound waves o Not optional o You don’t have to want to hear to actually do it Listening o Making meaning from another person’s spoken message o Though rare, we can “listen” without actually hearing o You have to want to listen Culture affects… Directness o Listening o Low context Nonverbal responses o Eye contact Understanding of language o Idioms Types of listening Informational o Listening to learn Critical o Purpose of evaluating/analyzing Empathic o Trying to identify with a person Inspirational o Keynote speakers o Sermons Appreciative o Music o Stand-up comedy o Sound machine Barriers to effective listening Noise o Physical o Psychological o Distracts you Information overload o Too much information being received Glazing over o Like daydreaming o Hearing but the mind is wandering Pseudo-listening o Hide the fact that you’re not listening Rebuttal tendency o Instead of listening to whole message, you are already thinking of what to say next Competitive interrupting o Trying to dominate conversation Close-mindedness o Not being open to other’s opinions Chapter 13 Styles of speech delivery Impromptu o Unplanned o Unprepared Extemporaneous o Prepared o Practices o Deliver with natural conversational style Scripted o Write speech out o Read speech word for word Memorized o Write speech out word for word o Commit it to memory o Use no notes Effective delivery: visual Facial expression o Face and words should match o Credibility issue Eye contact o Should sweep room with eyes Posture and body position o Stand up straight o Can move around o Don’t rock or slouch Gestures o Don’t overuse or be repetitive Personal appearance o Affects people’s opinions and first impressions Effective delivery: vocal Rate o Might be too slow or too fast Volume o Project voice to back Pitch o Don’t be monotone o Have variety Articulation o Speak clearly o Enunciate your words Fluency o Don’t use “um” or “like”
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