COMMUNICATION COMPETENCE

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COMMUNICATION COMPETENCE by Mind Map: COMMUNICATION COMPETENCE

1. 1. CONCEPT: to emphasize that the knowledge of grammatical rules is not sufficient for speaking a lan- guage and for communicating.

2. 2. RELEVANCE: -Theoretical relevance -Methodological relevance -Practical relevance

3. 3. HISTORICAL OVERVIEW: The concept of communicative competence began in the 1960s as a counter-movement to the so-called "linguistic competence" introduced by the structural linguist Noam Chomsky (1965).

4. 4. COMMUNICATION: -Information transmission and feedback - Informational medium - Referential knowledge - Partner knowledge and mindreading - Physical and social situation

5. 5. COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE

6. 6. PROCESSES IMPLYING COMMUNICATIVE

7. 7- SETTINGS COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE: assessments of the situation form the basis for selecting appropriate and effective means of communication. Perceptions of the intimacy of a situation differ between communicators and less competent ones.

8. 8. DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE: The individual development of communicative competence is discussed in order to elucidate controversial or outstanding issues, and to provide a touchstone for theoretical claims.

9. 5.1 communication skills: nonverbal communication skills, discourse and conversation skills...

10. 5.2 effectivennes: effectiveness derives from control and is defined as successful goal achiement or task accomplishment

11. 5.3 appropriateness: competent communication should be judged as appropiate according to social factors.

12. 6.1 message prduction: Conveying intentions and accomplishing goals

13. 6.2 Message reception: inferring intentions; The cognitive processes involved in communicative competence consist of inferring the intentions of the speaker.

14. 6.3 Underlying knowledge and representations: Communicative competence is based on a number of representations and knowledge structures underlying communication.

15. 6.4 Generating and interpreting nonverbal behaviors: In face-to-face communication, nonverbal behaviors play an important role in communication and the ability to generate.