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Lect_1_1_stu - Objectives ! Understanding of basic concepts...

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! Lecture 1 Communication, Language, and Speech " Objectives ! Understanding of basic concepts of Communication, Language, and Speech " Understanding of how humans learn and use language ! Understanding the relationships of Speech, Language, and Communication ! Today’s Terms: " Competence and Performance " Linguistic extralinguisti ) vs Non linguistic # What is Communication? “I feel drowsy, I need to get out of this classroom. Right now!!!” ! What is Communication? Communication is the sending and receiving of information, ideas, feelings, or messages. e.g. “talking to the wall,” “reading and writing” ! Overt vs. Covert Communication e.g., TV commercials ! Communication lies deep in human life at unconscious level. $ How do we Communicate? We are constantly sending and receiving messages. ! How do we communicate? Speech, the written word, Morse code, facial expressions, gestures, art, music, dance, vocal variations, hairstyles, outfits, etc. ! Can you think of any more examples of communication?
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% Elements of Communication ! Linguistic Elements Speech, the written word, Morse code, etc. ! Non-linguistic Elements Facial expressions, gestures, art, music, dance, vocal variations, hairstyles, outfits, physical distance, etc. ! Speaking is not the only way to communicate. ! Sign language vs. Body language When does miscommunication happen? ! You and your French friend in the movies
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