Kips IT Class 9 Chapter 1 Solutions COMMUNICATION CYCLE Part-A

TextbookKips Information Technology Class 9
PartA
UnitUnit-1 Communication Skills
Chapter1 Communication Cycle
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A. Fill in the Blanks:

1. Without Feedback the sender cannot confirm if the receiver has interpreted the message correctly.

2. Physical conditions that affect the communication process are called Environmental barriers.

3. The Communication channel is the means through which the message travels from the source to the receiver.

4. The Receiver is the one who decodes or interprets the message.

5. Listening to others is a very important aspect of effective communication.


B. Answer the Following Questions:

What is communication?

Communication is the process of transferring or sharing of information between two or more people. It is a two-way process of reaching mutual understanding, in which participants not only exchange information, news, ideas, and feelings but also create and share a new meaning.

What are the features of effective communication?

Features of effective communication are –
• Communication is a meaningful process that involves a sender and a receiver. While communicating, Both should share a mutually accepted code, i.e., a common language.
• A message should be clear. It should convey the right meaning to others.
• Listening to others is a very important aspect of effective communication.
• Communication is a process in which there is an input and an output. A meaningful communication results in a response from the receiver.

List the barriers to effective communication. Explain any two.

The barriers of effective communication are Environmental, Situational and Individual barriers.
1. Environmental Barriers – these are the physical conditions affect the communication process. For example, defective instrument, poor lightening, uncomfortable sitting arrangements, and unhygienic room conditions distract listeners.
2. Situational Barriers – The factors like distance, noise and distractions cause unnecessary disruption in the communication process. For example, loud music and noise from generators or other machinery.

Sidhant is preparing for his first campaign speech. Advise him about the possible barriers to effective communication and how can he avoid them?

• We should advise him about the possible barriers to effective communication.
• Defective instruments, poor lightening, uncomfortable sitting arrangements, and unhygienic room conditions distract listeners.
• loud music and noise from generators for other machinery.
• Individual barriers like age, gender, lack of interest, discomfortable, social economic, speech disorders.

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