FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN COMMUNICATION GROUP PRESENTATIONS [C1HC]
FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN COMMUNICATION GROUP PRESENTATIONS [C1HC] GCOM 123
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Study Guide Exam 2 Chapters 121314 Chapter 12 topic appropriateness to speakeraudienceoccasion Speaker 7 Is it interesting to the speaker Is it something Imy group are knowledgeable about or can prepare enough to use Audience 7 Who is my audience What does that tell me about my speech What does my audience know Occasion 7 What is the situation going into What will situation be like What is audience like in size Where are you Expectation to occasion audience analysis what is it Why do we do it Audience analysis is knowing who the audience is going to be and knowing what they know about the topic Also being able to assume about the audience is analyzing them We do it so we have an idea of who we are going to speak to and what they know and if they are interested in the topic ILA 39 LlUd Captive 7 going involuntarily required in some way to go typically hostile toward message Committed 7 going voluntarily agree with what speaker is saying Casual 7 walking by see speech and stop to listen fairly difficult to catch these people Concerned 7 voluntary make decision or learn something purposes of supporting materials Clarify points support claims gain interest create impact types of supporting materials Hypothetical example real example extended example statistics testimony of authority Effective Organization begins page 366 By the subjects according to time according to space who or what is responsible meeting needs knowing why and 110w Monroe s 5 step pattern attention need satisfaction visualization action J Chapter 13 elements of speech introductions and conclusions Introduction 7 attention getter topic statement credibility appeal listening reason preview of main points Conclusion 7 reviewsummarize main points concluding device delivery elements distracting behaviorsvocal fillersratevolume delivery methods iuauusci 1 1 1 r dysfunctionalfunctional speech anxiet Dysfunctional 7 when the intensity of the fight or ight response prevents a person from giving a speech effectively Functional 7 when the ght or ight response is managed and stimulates an optimum presentation causes of dysfunctional anxiety Study Guide Exam 1 Chapters 124 Chapter One Models of Communication Linear Interactive Transactional Understand the differences between the different models Linear 1 way from S 9 R S M C R with noise between Interactive Goes in a circle from R 9 S on both ends field of experience around RS Transactional Goes both ways S 69 R contentrelational dimension above and below message and above channel Know the parts of the Transactional model what they mean what they do Sender encodes message Message content Channel type of communication used Receiver decodes message Content dimension what is actually said and done Relationship dimension how a message defines or rede nes that association between individuals Three myths of communication Communication is a cure all Communicating isjust common sense Communication quantity equals quality Chapter Two Perception Process of selecting organizing and interpreting data from our senses What is it How does it affect communication Perception is essentially how our senses perceive stimulants it affects communication between individuals or groups in the fact everyone doesn t perceive stimulants the same or at the same volume so misunderstandings happen Perceptual set 1St time experiencing something creates expectation toward that something in the future Self concept Perception of self Self serving bias Mechanism we use to protect our self concept Accept responsibility for success but blame others for failure Judge ourselves and actions more positively than we judge others Self disclosure Deliberately revealing something about yourself that someone would n t casually know about you builds relationships What is it Why do we do it Revealing details about ourselves people don t know to build relationships Guidelines for S D trust reciprocity incremental situational cultural Trust how they are going to use it Reciprocity both people self disclose equal amounts Incremental little by little Situational disclose when proper Cultural approached differently by different cultures Self fulfilling Prophecy