BY: ELAYNA FLOWERS
1.VERBAL COMMUNICATION- WITCH INVOLVES THE USE OF WORDS.
2.NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION- IS THE SECOND CATEGORY; THIS INVOLVES SENDING MESSAGES WITHOUT WORDS.
SHORT SLANG IS LIKE OMG,LOL,TBH,BRB,THX, LIKE YOU DONT PUT THE HOLE WORD YOU JUST PUT LETTERS THAT STAND FOR THE WORD.
WORD SLANG IS LIKE TOTES, PROBS, YOLO, ADORBS,PULLIN,LIKE ITS THE WORD BUT CUT SOME LETTERS OFF AND IT SOUNDS DIFFRENT BUT MEANS THE SAME THING.
LIKE YOU SAY STUFF LIKE SWEET, DUDE, KILLER, HOT, CRAZY,AND TIGHT ITS A WORD SLANG YOU WOULD USE.
"I" MESSAGE AND "YOU" MESSAGE DEFINITIONS
"YOU" MESSAGE- IS SOMETHING TAHT THEY USED TO UES BEFORE "I" MESSAGE. "WHAT ARE YOU DOING."
TIPS OF BETTER COMMUNICATION
2: LISTEN AND PAY ATTENTION
3:RESPECT THE SPEAKER
4:DONT TALK WHEN THE SPEAKER IS TALKING
5:FEEL THE CONNECTION
6:DONT TALK BACK RUDELY
7:DONT MESS AROUNG WILE THE TALKING
8:DONT SECOND LISTEN YOU SHOULD LISTEN ALL THE WAY WHEN THERE TALKING UNTIL THERE DONE TALKING
Tips To Manage Conflict
1:Share negative emotions only in person or on the phone.
2:Pepper your responses with the phrase, "I understand".
3:Take notice when you feel threatened by what someone is saying to you.
4:Practice making requests of others when you are angry.
5:Try repeating the exact words that someone is saying to you when they are in a lot of emotional pain or when you disagree with them completely.
6:Take responsibility for your feelings to avoid blaming others. Notice when 'blameshifting' begins to leak into your speech.
7:Learn to listen to the two sides of the conflict that you are in as if you were the mediator or the counselor.
8:Take a playful attitude towards developing the skill of emotional self-control in high conflict situations.
Tips Of Netiquette
2:Using emoticons and writing in “texting” language, that is by using abbreviations, might be considered too casual or even childish.
3:Being misunderstood is quite common in online interactions; escape the miscommunication trap by double checking that what appears perfectly clear.
4:Points can be easily missed if hidden in a flood of text; when making a thorough comment.
5:What you need to remember when participating in an online discussion is that once you send your comment.
6:In addition to the previous tip, you may be respectful but others may be not.
7:Tone down your language.Because written language lacks the support of facial or voice communication clues.
8:One of the great beauties of eLearning courses is that you can meet people from all parts of the world.
9:Participating is the number one rule for online discussions, but posting for the sake of posting wastes other people’s time.
10:Finally, be careful not to mislead people when replying to a question. If you are not a 100% sure of your answer.