Step 1: Sense Sound (what was said) Step 2: Interpret (what was meant) Step 3: Examine (how it relates to you) Step 4: Respond (appropriately)

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  • Step 1: Sense Sound (what was said)

    Step 2: Interpret (what was meant)

    Step 3: Examine (how it relates to you)

    Step 4: Respond (appropriately)

  • To understand (information) To provide support (interpersonal relations) To analyze (persuasion)

  • A. External DistractionsB. Internal distractions

    C. DESIRE to TalkD. Personal BiasesE. Conflicting Demands

  • Stay Tuned InRead NonverbalsBe PreparedAvoid Distractions

  • Apply Ideas to SelfTake notesWrite It DownCheck Out What you HearAsk Questions

  • Self Concept DEFINITION: all beliefs and concepts you have about yourself

    Human Needs

    Behavior

    Information from Others

  • Self Concept DEFINITION: all beliefs and concepts you have about yourselfBasic NeedsSecuritySelf actualizationSocial NeedsSelf Esteem

  • Oral Communications Self ConceptBasic Needs: shelter, food, waterSecurity - safe, love, money3% - 7% ever achieveSelf actualizationSocial Needs: friends, love, & acceptance -TV modelsSelf Esteem: success, feel good about what you are good at

  • Self -concept - BEHAVIOR

    FeelingAttitudeBehavior

  • Self -concept - BEHAVIOR

    Feeling + Attitude = Behavior

    Sick + dont want = putting to be here head on desk

  • Self -concept Information from othersPeer PressureGroupsSituations

  • 93% of Communication

  • Vocal Cues - Its not what you say,but HOW you say it.I didnt kill him.tone of voiceemphasisloudness/softnesspitch, tempo, sounds

  • Vocal Cues - Its not what you say,but HOW you say it.

    pausinglaughing, crying, gigglinguh-huh, mmmm, ooooh

  • Hand and head signs replace words, letters, numbers, ideas

    Waving hello Waving good-byeASLLooksPeace Sign Fingers

  • Peace Sign Fingers

  • Hand and head signs replace words, letters, numbers, ideas

    Waving hello Waving good-byeASLLooksPeace Sign Fingers

  • Gestures, posture, facial expressions, movements, eye contact These DO NOT replace what you are saying, but they help emphasize or reveal personality or emotional state.pointinglookingnoddingslouching

  • Greeting

  • Display of material things, objects, items, decorations, clothing, hairstyles, jewelry, the body, pictures, posters

    US flagsuit v. T-shirtart, picturesbooks

  • Communicating with touchpatting on headhandshakehuggingkissingpushing, shovingslapping

  • Meanings related to distance and timegetting closer to someone (or farther away)always late / always early

  • Meanings related to distance and timeinvading space - going into someones purselining up at the door before class period is over

  • Countries that Touch a lot!Middle EastLatin Countries (Mexico, Panama, Puerto Rico)ItalyGreeceRussia

  • Countries in the middle with Touch!FranceChinaIrelandIndia

  • Countries that DONT Touch!United StatesCanadaJapanEnglandAustralia