Grade 11 Oral Communication in Context | Models of Communication

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April VismonteApril Vismonte Staff asked 4 months ago

Communication models are visual concepts that help us understand the communication process.
A. True
B. False

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April VismonteApril Vismonte Staff asked 4 months ago

Communication models show the process metaphorically and in symbols. They form general perspectives on communication by breaking communication from complex to simple and keeps the components in order.
A. True
B. False

April VismonteApril Vismonte Staff asked 4 months ago

Communication models can sometimes encourage traditional thinking and stereotyping but can also omit some major aspects of human communication.
A. True
B. False

April VismonteApril Vismonte Staff asked 4 months ago

There are three general types of communication model.
A. True
B. False

April VismonteApril Vismonte Staff asked 4 months ago

This is known as one way communication model.
A.  Interactive Model
B. Linear Model
C. Interactive Model
D. Dance Hellical Model

April VismonteApril Vismonte Staff asked 4 months ago

This is also known as two way communication model.
A. Linear Model
B. Transactional Model/Interactive Model
C. Aristotle’s Model
B. Lasswell’s Model

April VismonteApril Vismonte Staff asked 4 months ago

This model is referred to as the ‘mother of all models and is widely accepted as a main initial model for communication studies. This was also designed to mirror the functioning of radio and telephone technology.
A. Aristotle’s Model
B. Shannon–Weaver model
C. Lasswell’s Model
D. Berlo’s S-M-C-R Model

April VismonteApril Vismonte Staff asked 4 months ago

This model of communication describes the different components that form the basic process of communication. This model was expanded from Shannon and Weaver’s 1949 linear model of communication.
A. Lasswell’s Model
B. Berlo’s S-M-C-R Model
C. Becker’s Mosaic Model
D. Barnlund’s Transactional Model

April VismonteApril Vismonte Staff asked 4 months ago

This communication models describes an act of communication by defining who said it, what was said, in what channel it was said, to whom it was said, and with what effect it was said. It is regarded by many communication and public relations scholars as “one of the earliest and most influential”.
A. Aristotle’s Model
B. Lasswell’s Model
C. Shannon–Weaver model
D. Schramm’s Interactive Model

April VismonteApril Vismonte Staff asked 4 months ago

This communication model mainly focuses on speaker and speech. It can be broadly divided into 5 primary elements: Speaker, Speech, Occasion, Audience and Effect.
A. Schramm’s Interactive Model
B. Becker’s Mosaic Model
C. Aristotle’s Model
D. Lasswell’s Model

April VismonteApril Vismonte Staff asked 4 months ago

This is a cyclical communication model containing all basic principles of communication. This Model also offers a classic approach to and explanation of communication. It can be used to determine how communication between two people works when they’re exchanging information, ideas, or attitudes.
A. Barnlund’s Transactional Model
B. Becker’s Mosaic Model
C. Helical Model
D. Schramm’s Interactive Model

April VismonteApril Vismonte Staff asked 4 months ago

This model presents a multi-layered feedback system for all parties involved, and recognizes that anyone can be a sender and receiver at the same time. The layers of feedback consist of both verbal and non-verbal cues sent concurrently with the message itself. This further suggests that the feedback could take equal standing as the message itself.
A. Barnlund’s Transactional Model
B. Aristotle’s Model
C. Helical Model
D. Shannon–Weaver model

April VismonteApril Vismonte Staff asked 4 months ago

This model of communication introduces the concept of time where continuousness of the communication process and relational interactions are very important.
A. Helical Model
B. Linear Model
C. Interactive Model
D. Shannon–Weaver model

April VismonteApril Vismonte Staff asked 4 months ago

This model explains the complexity of human communication. It also describes the randomness of the origin of messages and communication as a dynamic process.
A. Becker’s Mosaic Model
B. Aristotle’s Model
C. Helical Model
D. Schramm’s Model

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