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comm apps test 1

General Comm App: Beginning of 9weeks

intrapersonal one to self, thoughts (1)( ex. t-shirt, 11 completions, etomlogy)
interpersonal one to one another, conversation (2) (cereal bud interviews, back to back dyads, parter activites)
small group 3-11 people talking, ideal size is 5-7 people(ex. alpha groups, b-day groups)
public speaking one to large group, audience (12+)(impromptu, manuscript, memorized, extemporaneous)
mass communication using the media to send a message to the population
some things you should consider when deciding which person to introduce first oldest, most seniority, most powerful position, honoree, gender(female), left-right
elevator analogy dont't talk too much, don't talk too little; what you can do to help maintain a conversation
seesaw analogy balance critism, helpful/ not helpful; what you can do to help maintain a conversation
KISS principle keep it simple stupid/silly. clear and accurate information or directions; what you can do to help maintain a conversation
5s's see, smile, stand, shake, speak; what you can do to help maintai a conversation
open ended questions style of questions you should ask when trying to maintain a conversation. These are questions that are sentences, not yes/no answers
closed ended questions style of questions that receive a yes or no answer
other things you can do to help maintain a conversation don't interupt, be willing to share your story, you're going to like me and I'm going to like you
shine self-confident, naturally brilliant, thoughtful
reflexive theory I am who I have seen people treating me; a way self-concept could be formed
social theory I evaluate my worth by competing with siblings or peers; a way self- concept could be formed
individual theory I just make decisions and stick to them; a way self-concept could be formed
listening strengths empathetic, other affirming, focused, open-minded, listen for main points, ask meaningful questions, stop talking, react appropriatly, put sender at ease
listening weaknesses hearing problems, input overload, personal concerns, rapid thought, noise,pseudolisting, stage hogging, selective listening, filling in the gaps, iinsulated or defensive listening, ambushing, insensitive listening
active listener actually send messages like the free feedback situation(ex. 4lines, 5squares, play doh, listening textbook
passive listner just receive messages like the zero feedback situation(ex. 4 lines, 5 squares, play doh, listening textbook)
why is it necessary to communicate? gain info, reduce uncertainty, meet physical needs, meet social needs, meet ego needs
why study speech communication? sweech is a distinctly human activity, speech is a skill, we communicate 100% of the time, we live in a democracy, more people, tecnology, more promblems now than ever
what you can do to make your feedback more helpful and less hurtful talk in terms of behavior/ not people; describe/ don't evaluate; talk in terms of the present situation; time feedback carefully; know your own nonverbal feedback; send "I" messages
oral interpretation performance of literature
listening hearing, attending, understanding, remembering
debate formal argument
dyadic encounter synonym for interpersonal communication
communication shared meaning to "connect"
self-confidence the belief and attitude that "I can do this"
informal reception ablility to understand and retain more information
empathy ablility to understand the emotions and thoughts of a speaker
critism and discrimination ablility to observe and analyze
other-affirmation ablity to acknowledge the speaker as important
5 ways we listen ineffectivley physical impairment, amount of input(more sppech than we can pay attnetion to), personal concerns, rapid thought(we can comprehend faster that people can speak so we have spare time), noise and distractions(both physical and mental)
pseudolistening polite faking of listening which covers up inattention; a poor listening habit
stage hogging only expressing one's own ideas; a poor listening habit
selective listeneing responding only to parts of a speaker's remarks that interests the listner; a poor lisening habit
filling in gaps manufacturing information; a poor listening habit
assimilation to prior message interpreting current messages in terms of a past message; a poor listening habit
insulated listening avoiding topics; a poor listening habit
defensive listening taking innocent comments as personal attacks; a poor listening habit
ambushing colleting information to attack the speaker's remarks; a poor listening habit
insensitve listening not trying to understand the hidden message; a poor listening habit
6 ways to listen effectivley stop talking, put the sender at ease, react appropriatley, concentrate on what is being said, get rid of distaractions, don't give up too soon
other 6 ways to listen effectivley avoid making assumptions, don't argue mentally, listen for main points and supporting evidence, share reponsibilities for the communication, ask questions, use active listening: restating what you thought the speaker has said before going on
ways of listening to help advising(often offering a solution isn't helpiing),judging(will put speaker on the defensive), analyzing(implies superior understanding),questioning(tool to direct thoughts),supporting(encouraging may express that you don't accep the speaker's feelings)
how many word per minute can the average person say? 120-180 words per minute
how many words per minute can the average peroson hear? 360-540 word per minute (3times the amount you can say)
appreciative listening listening to enjoy
discriminative listening listneing to identify
critical listening listening to decide
empathetic listening listening and understanding to feelings of others
self-concept a set of relativley stable subjective labals you apply to yourself
self-esteem the value you place on yourself if, your self-worth; as your self-confidence grows, so does your self esteem. When you like yourslef, it is easier to communicate with others in intrapersonal relationships
self-confidence the belief that you have the ability to do things and do them well. "Since I can do this, maybe I can do this also"
reflaected appraisal theory suggest that people's views about themselves are influenced by what they think other people think to them. I am not what I think I am. "I am not what I think I am. I am what I think you think I am." Pgmallion effect; self-fulfilling prophecy
social comparrison theory people's views of themselves are influenced by comparissons they make of themselves with others
individual selective theory suggest that in regard to both reflected appraisal and social comparrison, each of us has some conrol over the factors that influence our self concep. We make choices
impromptu off the cuff, no preperation
manuscript write it word for word-formal
memorized recite by memory
extemporaneous conversational, prepared, key words outlined
Created by: polarbears1