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LESSON 1: NATURE AND ELEMENTS OF COMMUNICATION

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  • Q1

    Below are definitions of Communication, except one.

    Communication is a process of sharing and conveying messages or information from one person to another within and across channels, contexts, media, and cultures.

    Communication is a systematic process in which individuals interact with and through symbols to create and interpret meaning.

    Communication refers to the circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea, and in terms of which it can be fully understood and assessed.

    Communication is the process of expressing and exchanging information, thoughts, ideas, and feelings.

    30s
  • Q2

    This is a nature of communication that says that in communication, there is no right or wrong way to communicate – no set of absolute rules to be followed but there are underlying principles to guide us into effective communication.

    Communication has a sender and receiver.

    Communication is a process.

    Communication is much more of an art than a science.

    Communication is verbal and non-verbal.

    30s
  • Q3

    This is a nature of communication which refers to a two-way process of reaching mutual understanding, in which participants do not only exchange (encode-decode) information, news, ideas and feelings but also create and share meaning.

    Communication is unrepeatable.

    Communication is irreversible.

    Communication is inevitable.

    Communication has a sender a receiver.

    30s
  • Q4

    This is a nature of Communication that means that what you have said can never be unsaid.

    Communication is irreversible.

    Communication is a process.

    Communication is an art rather than a science.

    Communication is unrepeatable.

    30s
  • Q5

    Under the elements of communication, sender is ______.

    receives the idea or information.

    one of the barriers to communication.

    the one who develops an idea or information.

    delivers the message from the sender to the receiver.

    30s
  • Q6

    This is a nature of communication that refers to when one says the same thing over and over again but the effect of what you said the second or third or fourth time will not be the same as the first time you said it.

    Communication is unrepeatable.

    Communication has a sender and receiver.

    Communication has a process.

    Communication is irreversible.

    30s
  • Q7

    This is an element of communication that refers to the medium or the means, such as personal or non-personal, verbal or nonverbal, in which the encoded message is conveyed

    Channel

    Sender/speaker

    Message

    Receiver

    30s
  • Q8

    This is an element of communication that refers to the information, ideas, or thoughts conveyed by the speaker in words or in actions.

    Sender

    Message

    Receiver

    Context

    30s
  • Q9

    This is an element of communication that refers to the reactions, responses, or information provided by the receiver.

    Feedback

    Message

    Decoding

    Encoding

    30s
  • Q10

    This is an element of communication which refers to the process of interpreting the encoded message of the speaker by the receiver.

    Decoding

    Recipient

    Encoding

    Source

    30s
  • Q11

    This is an element of Communication which is sometimes called the hindrance, the block, and the interference, or sometimes referred to as the "Noise."

    Noise

    Message

    Barrier

    Channel

    30s
  • Q12

    How does communication work? All are correct except for one.

    The message travels over the channel of communication

    The receiver encodes the message.

    The sender develops an idea to be sent

    The receiver decodes the message

    30s
  • Q13

    This is a function of communication that refers to its role in encouraging people to live better.

    Motivation

    Social Interaction

    Information Dissemination

    Control

    30s
  • Q14

    This is a function of communication where refers to its role in facilitating people’s expression of their feelings and emotions.

    Social Interaction

    Emotional Expression

    Information Dissemination

    Control

    30s
  • Q15

    Read the scenario and identify what barrier of communication is present.

    You are asked to share something about your day or weekend, but you arehesitant because you are shy.

    Noisy Environment

    Use of Jargon

    Emotional Barriers

    Lack of Confidence

    30s

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