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Communication Proces

WOC SPED - Communication Process

Communication the process of exchanging information using a common set of symbols
Types of communication verbal and nonverbal
Verbal communication Using vocal sounds to communicate meaning
Nonverbal communication Using nonvocal sounds or inaudible symbols to communicate meaning
Receiver Party who intercepts the sender's message
Sender the transmitter of information (person who puts out the information)
Encode Sender translates the information into symbols that the receiver can understand (message)
Decode Receiver interprets the symbols in the sender's message
Connotative meaning social meaning based on context or common meaning
Denotative meaning dictionary definition or exact meaning
Message The encoded information transmitted by the sender
Channel The way (means) through which the sender/receiver transmits/intercepts the message
Context The situation in which communication takes place
Internal interference disruptions in communication that come from INSIDE the sender/receiver
Types of interference internal and external
External interference disruptions in communication that come from OUTSIDE the sender/receiver
Created by: tobiashersey