Spoken or Verbal Communication: face-to

Spoken or Verbal Communication: face-to-face, telephone, radio or television
and other media. Non-Verbal Communication: body language, gestures, how we
dress or act - even our scent. WrittenCommunication: letters, e-mails, books,
magazines, the Internet or via other media.
Two of these types of communication, namely verbal and non-verbal
communication is effective, but the way is different. Examples of verbal
communication is talking face to face. This is an example of what we usually see.
Examples of non-verbal cues is using the body language. habits that we see around
us today is communication between the deaf.
Different types of communication
1. Communication in media sosial like whatsapp, facebook and others
2. Communication in a crowded place
3. Communication in a lecture
Based on my observation of all time, I think there are many types of
communication that we can observe. One of them is communication in social
networking sites like the trend now that whatsapp, facebook and others.
As we know, in the days of the all-powerful, all people have a gadget that can
connect one of the nearby until the faraway. As a student, I have experienced many
things related to communication, especially when there is a teamwork. When the
formation of a working group, then there will be a new batch of whatsapp to inform
you about important information. But, I do not agree if in whatsapp to be a place of
discussion among the group. This is because, the delivery person is not effective and
will make the information given make someone else will misinterpret the information
to be conveyed. So, my suggestion that discussions should take place face to face
with each other even if they do not understand any information, can keep asking. It is
the most effective communication.
Successful communication is accomplished by being able to make people believe
in what is being said. To do this, the speaker must be sincere and enthusiastic and
have all the facts needed to back up the message.
In addition, I also look around on communication in public places where
conditions are very noisy as the night market. This is one example of ineffective
communication where one has to shout out loud to their friend hear what he wanted
to convey. This will lead to his misinterpretation of what to say that cause by they not
received information effectively. We all know that the requirement to make an
effective communication it is there to give and to receive an ad in which a grant is to
convey information instead of receiving a hearing. So, if one is not met, then the
communication is not effective.
Then, the communication in the lecture. This is a normal to student as me. There
are a lot of students that communicate to each other in the lecture. This can lead to
the concentration of other students disrupted by the noise made by the other
students in turn can not correct the information given by the lecturers. So, as a
dedicated student, we should give full attention to the lecture and did not
communicate with each other unless the ad you want to ask questions to the lecturer.
In conclusion, communications such as noise barriers can be overcome by
making sure that the speaker is trying to be clear and explicit, that the listener is
engaged in active listening, and that the speaker and the listener are bringing their
complete attention to bear on the conversation and are considering the feelings of
each other.
1. www.skillsyouneed.com/general/what-is-communication.html
2. https://www.icre.pitt.edu/mentoring/effective.html