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communication2 - act of communication F. Symbol-something...

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A. Explain acoustically and visual 1. acoustically-when you make sounds for others to hear or hear the sounds around you, you are communicating 2. visual-when you do anything for others to see or when you take in information with your eyes B. The average elementary school student can learn visually and acoustically C. In a communication model, the person who begins the process is call the "sender," what the message they send is the "info," the medium would be the voice, and the person who receives the message is the receiver D. The feedback is what the receiver does in reaction or response to the message E. Noise is anything that interferes the
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Unformatted text preview: act of communication F. Symbol-something which stands for, or represents, something else the thing the symbol stands for is called it's referent G. High correspondence (or High C)-there is a clear correspondence between the symbol and the thing it represents, you do not have to know how to read to a particular long, or read at all, to understand it because the photo looks like what it represents H. low c-there is no correspondence between the symbol and the referent I. Low C- symbols require the receivers to use more imagination; high C symbols have higher emotional impact...
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