The Communication Process

Veronica Flores- Period 7

The Communication Process

There are four major parts in the communication process including the sender of the message, the message, the receiver of the message, and the feedback between the two people over the message.

The sender of the message is the person who sends a message to another person. The message is what is trying to be sent and read between two different people. The receiver of the message is whoever is trying to be contacted to receive the message from the sender. And the feedback is when the receiver acknowledges the information they have received.

Along with those four major parts come two other parts that factor into the communication process, which are the channel and the noise/interference. The channel is how you communicate with the other person. Some examples are texting, social media, sign language, and just plain talking. The noise/interference is something that stops the sender from getting the message across to the receiver.

An Example of the Communication Process

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Another Example of the Communication Process

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In Conclusion.......

I have only given you two example of the communication process. Everyday we complete this process, most likely more than once. whenever you text someone and they respond, you are the sender, sending a message to a receiver and they send feedback in a message back to you. When you get called on in class, the teacher is the sender asking you a question in the message waiting for you to respond with feedback. There could be multiple things that could be the noise/ interference, such as everybody talking over you. My point is, is that the communication process is very simple and we use it in our everyday life. Even a single look could be communication if it's responded with a smile or something in that category. So go out and communicate!