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Oral & Written Lang.

use flashcard to remeber the relationship of oral and written communication

In oral and written communication you have a___and a_____. Sender and receiver
If the sender Ruth is talking/speaking, what should the receiver Edwin be doing? Listening
Production or Encoding skills = Speaking or Writing
Comprehension or Decoding skills= Listening or Reading
Difficulty in oral communication= Difficulty in written communication
Both oral and written communication are___________. Language based
You can shift between the role of speaker and listener in___________. Oral Communication
The professor is standing in front of the class presenting a lecture, the professor is an example of__________. The sender
IF the professor is the sender, the students= The reciever
A student with expressive language issues usaully________. Understand more than they can communicate
Created by: nat2009