Oral Com 11: Communication Strategies and Communication Strategies to Avoid Communication Breakdown

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Courtesy

________: You as a speaker, should show respect to your receivers through understanding their culture, values, and beliefs.

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Consideration

________: You as a speaker, should give high regard and courtesy to your audiences background information such as their culture, education, religion, status, mood, feelings, and needs.

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Concreteness

________: You as a speaker, should make certain that your message is backed up by facts, figures, and real life examples or situations.

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Clearness

________: You as a speaker, should use simple and clear words to express your ideas.

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Circumlocution paraphrase

________: Describing or explaining the meaning, or the function of the target expression.

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Correctness

________: You as a speaker, should avoid grammatically wrong statements to show credibility and effectiveness of the message.

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facial expression

Use of Non- Verbal Means: The use of non- linguistic resources such as mine, gestures, ________, and sound imitation to help the learners /speaker express the meaning.

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Topic Avoidance

________: Learners try not to talk about the concepts which they find difficult to express.

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Successful communication

________ requires understanding, but sometimes we encounter problems because of different factors.

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Message abandonment

________: It refers to leaving the message unfinished due to lack of a structural or linguistic item.

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Conciseness message

________ is direct to the point.

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Word Coinage

________: Creating a word thinking that it might work.

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courtesy

Showing ________ helps create a positive vibe and healthy communication with the audience.

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repair

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Consideration

You as a speaker, should give high regard and courtesy to your audiences background information such as their culture, education, religion, status, mood, feelings, and needs

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Concreteness

You as a speaker, should make certain that your message is backed up by facts, figures, and real life examples or situations

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Courtesy

You as a speaker, should show respect to your receivers through understanding their culture, values, and beliefs

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Clearness

You as a speaker, should use simple and clear words to express your ideas

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Correctness

You as a speaker, should avoid grammatically wrong statements to show credibility and effectiveness of the message

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Topic Avoidance

Learners try not to talk about the concepts which they find difficult to express

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Message abandonment

It refers to leaving the message unfinished due to lack of a structural or linguistic item

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Circumlocution/ paraphrase

Describing or explaining the meaning, or the function of the target expression

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Word Coinage

Creating a word thinking that it might work

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Foreignizing

Trying out a word but adjusting it slightly phonologically or morphologically

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Topic-Shift

Shifting from one topic to another

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All Purpose Words

Words used to fill in the gap

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Appeal for help

It means asking the interlocutor for help

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COMMUNICATIVE STRATEGIES

Strategies that language learners use to overcome communication problems in order for them to convey their intended meaning.

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Nomination

Proposing or suggesting a topic with the people you are talking to.

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RESTRICTION

Limiting the topic or subject in conversation.

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TURN-TAKING

Process by which people decide who will take the conversational floor.

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TOPIC CONTROL

Regulating or manipulating the topic of the conversation and how long we want the other person may talk

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TOPIC SHIFTING

Changing the subject in a conversation, moving from one topic to another.

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REPAIR

Refers to the correction by speaker of a misunderstood utterance.

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TERMINATION

Ending the conversation or closing up a discussion

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