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the COMMUNICATION

It is the process by which information can be transmitted from one entity to


another.
Communication processes are sign-mediated interactions between at least two
agents who share the same repertoire of signs and semiotic have common
rules.
communication taughtus to listen and understand certain sounds and not
others.
OBJECTIVE
Identify the difficulty of the communication process.

FACTORS OF COMMUNICATION
Transmitter.- Who sends the message, give their opinions, sufferings, joys,
teaching, etc. When given unaconversacin, this esintercambiable role with the
receiver.
Receiver.- It is the recipient of the message mensaje.En hears the
conversation, his role esintercambiado with the issuer.
Message.- It is everything that is sent or said, all that is recibe.Puede be
written: one the Message text, a literary work; It loconversado all, a story, an
advertisement, etc.
Channel.- It is the means by which sent the mensajes.Puede be a book, a
newspaper, latelevisin, cinema, radio, telephone, uncartel, or conversation,
etc.
Code.- It is the set of common emitter and receiver signals. It is the language
known to both. They can be: human languages, Braille, traffic signals, etc.

TYPES OF COMMUNICATION
Verbal Communication.- It refers to the communication that uses the word to
give the message, is the main form of communication used. It can be oral or
written. For example: Conversations, meetings, interviews, memos, letters,
bulletin board, email, websites etc
Do not verbal Communication.- We can communicate without words, without
writing anything. Actions are activities of nonverbal communication that are of
equal importance to the word and illustrations.

It can be through body movement (posture, gestures, mannerisms), proxemics


(physical use of space), etc.
Graphic Communication.- Graphic communication and illustrations are a
complement to verbal communication type refers to graphics supports that are
used both to support a message to convey a complete idea.
For example photographs, paintings and similar artworks have a function to
communicate themselves, through the image transmitted.

ADVANTAGES OF ORAL AND WRITTEN


COMMUNICATION
ORAL

It is faster
It is more personal
It provides as much information in less time

WRITTEN

It can be planned
There is a record of permanent, tangible and verifiable communication.
The message content is more rigorous and precise, logical and clear.

DISADVANTAGES OF ORAL AND


WRITTEN COMMUNICATION
ORAL

You can not erase what has been said


There is a high potential for distortion
The risk of personal interpretation is greater.

WRITTEN

More time consuming


Lacks immediate feedback
There is no assurance of receipt or interpretation.
Lacks heat

THE IMPORTANCE OF
COMMUNICATION
The importance of communication is that without it we could not have an active
social life, or interact with others, we could not solve any problem, we could not
think of a world, if not for communication.

QUESTIONS
1.-What is communication?

2.- What factors are communication?

3.-Don the meanings of the factors of communication?

4.- What types of communication are there?

5.- put two advantages of written communication?