What give me pleasure
My hobby or anything that brings me pleasure. The main value in my life is a family. She is my support, my happiness and my encourager. I remember when I was a child I was interested in technique of weaving a beads, a crochet, a cross-stitching and this is not the whole list of my so-called hobbies. For that I can and I love thank you very much my grandma! After all, she gave me my first knowledge! Incidentally, it also teaches me and support). Here, came to Kiev to sit with the great-grandson and that I had the opportunity to attend lectures at the academy.
What brings me pleasure, so that’s, what I create with a sewing machine. Very interesting to me was the technique of tailoring clothes, household supplies and toys (for favorite son). I can now Just look at beautiful things, and I immediately begin to invent something of their own and implement it in their work. Homework by Yuhnenko Olga. Communication Basic’s Lecture Basic principles in communication. . Define communication Look at processes of communication 2. Difference between conversation and Public Speaking. 3. Ethical responsibility of a speaker. 4. Ethical responsibility ofa listener .
How to listen effectively. 6. . Communication Basis of all we do. A. Elements? (Parts) *Ask Class B. Culminate class definitions to: the process of creating shared meaning. II. C. process (steps) of communication. A. Speaker/sender. B. Listener/receiver. The Channel D. E. Interferences . Situation Feedback. G. These-and other-critical thinking skills are enriched by a public speaking class. 1 . H. As students organize their speeches, their ideas will become more clear and cohesive. 2. As students work on expressing their ideas accurately, their thinking will become more precise. As students learn about the role of reasoning and evidence in speeches, they will become better able to assess reasoning and evidence types of situations. Ill. There are seven elements of the speech communication process. A. Speech communication begins with a speaker. 1. The speaker is the person who presents the message. 2. Successful speakers combine technical skill with personal enthusiasm. B. The message is whatever a speaker communicates to someone else. 1. The goal ofa speaker is to have the intended message be the message that is automatically communicated. 2.
Achieving this depends both on what the speaker says (the verbal message) and how the speaker says it (the nonverbal message). C. The channel is the means by which a message is communicated. 1. Public speakers may use one or more of several channels-microphone, radio, television, etc. 2. In speech class, the channel is the most direct because listeners see and hear the speaker without any media or electronic intervention. D. The listener is the person who receives the communicated message. 1. Everything a speaker says is filtered through a listener’s frame of reference. a.
A listener’s frame of reference is the sum total of his or her knowledge, experience, goals, values, and attitudes. b. Because a speaker and listener are different people, they can never have the exact same frame of reference. 2. Because people have different frames of reference, a public speaker must take care to adapt the message to the particular audience being addressed. E. Feedback consists of messages sent from the listener to the speaker. 1. Most communication situations involve two-way communication, in which the speaker can see how the audience is responding. 2.
Successful public speakers learn to interpret the feedback sent by listeners and to adjust their messages in response to the feedback. F. Interference is anything the impedes the communication ofa message. 1. Interference can be either external or internal. a. External interference comes from outside the audience-such as a ringing telephone, the noise of traffic, or static in a microphone. b. Internal interference comes form within the audience-such as poor listening skills or lack of concentration. 2. Successful public speakers work to hold their listeners’ attention despite nterference.
G. The situation is the time and place in which speech communication occurs. 1. Speech communication always takes place in a particular situation. a. A conversation might occur over a candlelight dinner or in a noisy tavern. b. A public speech might be presented in a small classroom, in a large auditorium, or at outdoor graduation ceremonies. 2. Successful public speakers are alert to the situation and adjust their remarks to it. IV. Conversation vs. Public Speaking A. Share similar goals. 2. Persuade. 3. Entertain B.