There are different tenets of communication as espoused by different linguists. One set of tenets is proposed by Maggiani. In this post, you will fin the comprehensive discussion of those tenets. Continue reading.
During the lesson, the learners will: 1. Introduction: Share common scenarios where they make use of communication to complete a transaction. 2. Motivation: Dramatize an anecdote they have shared thru a pantomime. 3. Instruction/Delivery: Discusses the 5 basic functions of communication highlighting the speaker’s purpose. 4. Practice: Watch a video and identify the speaker’s purpose. 5. Enrichment: Role play a scenario and identify the purpose of the speaker. 6. Evaluation: Write 250-word essay based on objective observation of the various speakers watched and listened to.
In this lesson, we talk about the sensitivity to the socio-cultural aspect of communication. In every communication process, context shall be of primary consideration...
LESSON OUTLINE: During the lesson, the learners will: 1. Introduction: Define communication through a graphic organizer. 2. Motivation: Pass the message and observe how it is being transmitted from one person to another. 3. Instruction/Delivery: Draw a diagram that depicts the communication process. 4. Practice: Explain the process of communication based on the diagram. 5. Enrichment: Identify the basic elements of communication and their purpose in the communication process. 6. Evaluation: Draw their family’s communication diagram.
Intrapersonal communication is talking to oneself. When one person talks to another, shares his thoughts, ideas, and aspirations to that person or to a group of persons, this is interpersonal communication. Lastly, public communication is talking to a considerable number of persons or a crowd or the public. In interpersonal communication, however, body movement, posture, eye contact, pitch, tone and speed of talking, distance or proximity, facial expression, and some physiological changes like sweating show the level of intimacy and interest between or among the parties in a conversation.
Listening is an integral part that communication and is a process in itself. It is not simple or passive; it is complex and active. One understands, remembers, repeats, paraphrases, reflects, or responds based on how active listening is.
Communication is a process of sharing and conveying messages or information from one person to another within and across channels, contexts, media, and cultures (McCornack, 2014). There is a wide variety of contexts and situations in which communication can be manifested; it can be a face-to-face interaction, a phone conversation, a group discussion, a meeting or interview, a letter correspondence, a class recitation, and many others.