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Behavior Change?. K nowledge. B ehavior. Behavior Change?. K nowledge. B ehavior. Intended Message Perceived Message. Source. Message. Channel. Receiver. Berlo’s Model of Communication. Gillespie’s Model of Communication. Receiver Inputs. Sender Inputs. Attention. Interaction.

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behavior change
Behavior Change?

Knowledge

Behavior

behavior change1
Behavior Change?

Knowledge

Behavior

gillespie s model of communication
Gillespie’s Model of Communication

Receiver Inputs

Sender Inputs

Attention

Interaction

Comprehension

Acceptance or Rejection:

Cognitive Affective Intention Behavior

barriers to communication
Barriers to communication
  • Learning style: “Ways of Knowing”
ways of knowing
Ways of Knowing
  • Received knowers
  • Subjective knowers
  • Procedural knowers
  • Constructed knowers
received knowers
Received Knowers

“Knowers who depend on listening and external authority for knowledge…”

  • __________ learning
  • learn from _________
  • information is ___________
subjective knowers
Subjective Knowers

“Knowers who depend entirely on internal resources for valuing and knowing…”

  • ___________ learning
  • knowledge is ____________
  • __________ are important
  • often reject _____________
procedural knowers
Procedural Knowers

“Knowers who obtain knowledge by applying objective, logical, rational procedures…”

  • need to see _________
  • ________ and __________ valued highly
  • knowledge is _________
  • experts only as good as their ____________
constructed knowers
Constructed Knowers

“Knowers who construct their own meaning. Knowledge is contextual; subjective and objective ways of knowing are integrated…”

  • complex, _________ approach
  • knowledge is ___________
  • value and ________ expert advice, ________, personal __________, reason
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Gillespie’s Model of Communication

Receiver Inputs

Sender Inputs

Attention

Interaction

Comprehension

Acceptance or Rejection:

Cognitive Affective Intention Behavior

improving communication as senders
Improving Communication as Senders
  • Know the ___________
  • Adjust message to their ___________, experience, readiness, __________
  • Adjust to their way of knowing
  • Personalize message
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Improving Communication as Senders
  • Proofread!!
  • Get someone else to proofread!
    • Spellcheck, but don’t rely on spellcheck
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“I have a spelling checker,It came with my PC;It plainly marks four my revueMistakes I cannot sea.I’ve run this poem threw it,I’m sure your please too no,Its letter perfect in it’s weight,My checker tolled me sew.--Author unknownSource: Hope Health Letter, Sept. 1992
active learning
Active Learning

Actual experience

Simulations, role-playing

90% of say & do

Evaluate, analyze, create, design

Give a talk

Discussion participation

70% of say

See demo

Field trip, exhibits, videos

50% of hear & see

Demonstrate, apply, practice

View charts,

photos

30% of see

Hear

Define, describe, list, explain

20% of hear

Read

10% of read

T 16-1, p. 523

writing for low literate readers
Writing for Low Literate Readers
  • Carefully craft your sentences, paragraphs
    • use simple words
    • active, not passive voice
    • be positive, not negative
    • use organizing strategies: headings, grouped information, highlighted info
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Writing for Low Literate Readers
  • Watch your style
    • useful pictures
    • NOT ALL CAPS
    • use text and white space purposefully
  • Stick to what is important
    • be concrete, not abstract
    • give examples
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