interaktib na modelo ng komunikasyon
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interaktib na modelo ng komunikasyon

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INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Tagapagulat: Pangkat Blg. 8 Baldomero, Garlian Dalida, Joanna Claire Dimacali, Arianne Juneve INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Ang Interaktib na Modelo ng Komunikasyon ay ang isang paraan upang ipakita kung paano nagaganap ang komunikasyon. INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Sa modelong ito, ang interaksyon ng pinanggagalingan at tagatanggap ay nakasalalay sa mensahe,...

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Blg. INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Tagapagulat: Pangkat 8 Baldomero, Garlian Dalida, Joanna Claire Dimacali, Arianne Juneve INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Ang Interaktib na Modelo ng Komunikasyon ay ang isang paraan upang ipakita kung paano nagaganap ang komunikasyon. INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Sa modelong ito, ang interaksyon ng pinanggagalingan at tagatanggap ay nakasalalay sa mensahe, daluyan, pidbak at mga sagabal. INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Halimbawa, ang isang tao ay nais magbigay ng kanyang mensahe. Siya ay daraan sa prosesong encoding. Samakatwid, ang taong iyon ay ang Pinanggalingan o Sender. INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Ang Sender ay gagamit ng daluyan o tsanel upang maipadala ang mensahe sa Tagatanggap. INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Kadalasan, may mga Sagabal na maaaring makaapekto sa pagpapadala ng mensahe. Ang mga salik na iyon ay maaaring dahilan upang magkaroon ng hindi pagkakaunawaan. INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Kapag naman natanggap na ng Tagatanggap o Receiver ang mensahe siya ay daraan sa prosesong decoding. Upang makapagbigay ng kanyang reaksyon, ang Tagatanggap ay mageenkowd ng kanyang Pidbak. INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Sa pagbibigay ng pidbak, maaaring may mga sagabal na makaapekto sa pageenkowd ng Tagatanggap. Kinakailangan ding gumamit ng daluyan o tsanel upang mapadala ang pidbak. INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Sa oras na matanggap na ng Pinanggalingan ang pidbak o reaksyon ng Tagatanggap, may mga sagabal muli Ang na maaaring maging salik ng di pagkakaunawaan. Pinanggalingan ngayon ang siyang magdedekowd ng pidbak. INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Nakita natin na sa modelong ito na ang komunikasyon ay may napakaraming proseso. Ang Pinanggalingan ay ang siyang unang naging tagaenkowd ng mensahe at nagiging tagadekowd kapag natanggap na ang pidbak mula sa Tagatanggap. INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Ang modelong ito ay nagpapakita ng pagpapalitan ng mga ideya ng dalawang tao. Ang interaksyon ay naaayon sa mensahe, sagabal, pidbak at daluyan. INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Pinanggalingan ang taong nagpadala ng mensahe Mensahe impormasyong ipinadala ng Pinanggalingan Daluyan/Tsanel paraan upang maipadala ang mensahe sa Tagatanggap INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Tagatanggap ang tatanggap ng mensahe mula sa Pinanggalingan Pidbak ang tugon ng Tagatanggap sa mensahe Sagabal mga distraksyon sa pagbibigay ng mensahe. INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON Ano ang modelong ito? Ito ang modelo kung saan ang Sender ay magpapadala ng kanyang mensahe sa pamamagitan ng Daluyan o Tsanel. Minsan ay hindi maiiwasang magkaroon ng mga sagabal na makapag-aantala sa pagbibigay ng maayos na mensahe. Kapag natanggap na ng Tagatanggap o Receiver ang mensahe, maaari siyang magbigay ng kanyang tugon o pidbak. Sa modelong ito naipapakita ang interaksyon ng dalawang tao. INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON INTERAKTIBNAMODELONG KOMUNIKASYON MARAMINGSALAMATPOSA PAKIKINIG!

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