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    1 : Communication Skill Seminar on the topic of Narinder-mca institute name
    2 : Content____________________ Myths Writing Skill Reading Skill Listening Skill Speaking Skill Guidelines Effects Conclusion
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    4 : Effective communication is all about conveying your messages to other people clearly and unambiguously. It's also about receiving information that others are sending to you, with as little distortion as possible. Communication Skill
    5 :   Seven Communication Myths We only communicate when we want to communicate Words mean the same to both the speaker and the listener We communicate chiefly with words Nonverbal communication is silent communication Communication is a one-way street The message we communicate is the message that the listener receives There is no such thing as too much information
    6 : Goals Develop communications skills curriculum for informed consent to research for clinical investigators and coordinators Demonstrate benchmark standards for ethical consent Interactive session to practice their skills Utilize their own protocols Focused feedback to the workshop participants on their communications skills Measure effect and satisfaction
    7 : Writing
    8 : Writing Skill________________ Writing systems are distinguished from other possible symbolic communication systems in that one must usually understand something of the associated spoken language to comprehend the text
    9 : Rules for Good Business Writing · Use specific language ·  Use active voice ·  Use plain English and simple sentences ·  Follow the inverted pyramid rule · Use topic sentences ·  Avoid clichés ·  Avoid jargon ·  Avoid condescending statements · Avoid sexist language ·  Stress the positive ·  Take a stand
    10 : Read
    11 : Reading Skill________________ Reading skills is the process of acquiring the basic skills necessary for learning to read; that is, the ability to acquire meaning from hard copy.
    12 : Reading Rapid automat zed naming Reading comprehension Vocabulary Fluency Phonemic awareness
    13 : Speak
    14 : Speaking Skill_______________ Speaking is the process of speaking to a group of people in a structured, deliberate manner intended to inform, influence, or entertain the listeners.
    15 : Speaking Know what you want to say Control Fear Stop Talking and Listen Think before you talk Believe in your message Repeat Major Points Find Out what your Listener wants
    16 : Characteristics of spoken language Reading aloud Spontaneity Time-constraint Giving a prepared talk Learning a piece of text or dialogue by heart Interviewing someone, or being interviewed Doing a drill
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    18 : Listening Skill_______________ listening is a communication technique. Active listening requires the listener to understand, interpret, and evaluate what they hear. The ability to listen actively can improve personal relationships through reducing conflicts, strengthening cooperation, and fostering understanding.
    19 : Listening Prepare to Listen Focus on the Speaker Screen Out Distractions Concentrate on the Message Listen to Tapes while you commute
    20 : Listening Skills Listening is not a ‘passive” skill but a “receptive” skill. It requires as much attention and mental activity as speaking. That of the time an individual is engaged in communication, approximately 9 per cent is devoted to writing, 16 per cent to reading, 30 per cent to speaking, and 45 per cent to listening.
    21 : Debates concerning the development of listening skills Debates focusing on the nature of listening input Debates focusing on the role of listening in the early ELT curriculum Debates on the role of listening for comprehension and development of oracy
    22 : What do we know about the listening process? There are two types of listening processes Bottom-up process Top-down process
    23 : listening Bottom-up: We use our knowledge of language and our ability to process acoustic signals to make sense of the sounds that speech presents to us Top-down We infer meaning from contextual clues and from making links between the spoken message and various types of prior knowledge which we hold.
    24 : Speaking and Listening Ask Questions Avoid Daydreaming Accept Accents Use mind mapping Interview Complaints Telephone
    25 : Speaking and Writing Key Points Write a Purpose Statement Outline Transfer Negative Emotions to Paper Get to the Point Explain Abstract words Use Absolutes and Generalities Sparingly
    26 : Thank You

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