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FACTORS WHEN
MEDIA
INTERVIEWS
GIVING
&
COMMUNICATING WITH
SIGNIFICANT
OTHERS
P4 &
P5
FACTORS TO
CONSIDER
…
1. Communicating accurately
& effectively
2. Personal delivery
3. Preparation for
communication
4. Different media
requirements
5. Appearance
6. Timing
COMMUNICATING ACCURATELY
AND CLEARLY… THIS IS IMPORTANT IN
DEVELOPING RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE MANY PEOPLE AN
ATHLETE WILL MEET ON A DAY TO DAY BASIS
• TYPES of Communication:
There are two different types of
communication
Verbal communication
Talking, asking questions, listening,
responding
Non-verbal communication
Body language, gestures, listening
Verbal
communication
Verbal communication is speaking.
We would use it in face to face and
telephone conversations. Often we
change the tone, pitch, pace and
volume of the words we say
depending on the message we are
trying to get across.
Non-Verbal communication
Non verbal communication is all about sending signals or
making gestures, and includes facial expression and body
language.
Body language/ Gestures/ Listening
ACTIVE Listening
For example, a coach on the touchline may send
instructions to players by using gestures or signals.
Why/ How/ Where/ What/ When
If you are writing to a potential employer,
formal style. This
you would choose a
means:
- Being concise and clear
- Having a good structure:
- Avoid using text language
- Avoid incorrect spellings
- Avoid the use of slang
Reading:
Skimming:
- Going through texts at speed
in order to give you a flavour of
the text
Scanning:
- Looking for information such
as an address or topic
Searching:
- Know what you are looking
for and finding key words/
phrases
READING
AND
WRITING
• It is essential for your employer to see
that you can communicate efficiently
and accurately, and may be the
difference between being offered an
interview or not.
Informal
communication would be
when writing a text, or sending
an email to friend. The rules of
formal communication are not
as necessary in this situation.
PERSONAL
DELIVERY
Communication is your responsibility and the response
you receive, depends on the quality of communication
you present.
Body Language:
- How we present our body can
be an indication of what/ how
we are feeling
Appearance:
Language and Speech:
-
These reflect the thoughts and
feelings we are experiencing.
When choosing the words of which
we communicate with, we have to
take into consideration the audience
we are addressing:
Technicality of Vocabulary
Speed of delivery
Tone
Loudness
Confidence= Upright
A reflection of your personality and is the first
indication of who you are as a person/ team.
position,/ posture, with
shoulders pulled back and
relaxed facial expressions
EG: FA cup final wearing tailored suits.
Our appearance is
Uptight/ Insecure= manufactured from the
Crossed arms/ legs and fidgeting
situation we find ourselves
leads to a feeling of being
uncomfortable.
in
TYPES OF
MEDIA
INTERVIEW…
television
(local and
radio (local and national),
print media (local
national),
P4 you need to choose
For
only 2
CONTRASTING
media interviews
newspapers,
national
newspapers,
specialist magazines, club magazines)
VARIOUS
SIGNIFICANT
OTHERS…
• Significant
others:
For P5 you have to use the factors
mentioned previous and
compare and
contrast how they would
change or alter between the various
significant others…
-
employers
match officials
club/regional/national coaches
agent
manager
Sponsors
team colleagues
Possible Factors:
1.
For P4, describe the
factors to consider
when communicating
with 2 DIFFERENT
media types
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Communicating accurately &
effectively
Personal delivery
Preparation for communication
Different media requirements
Appearance
Timing
Media Types:
- Television
- Radio
- Print media
Significant others:
For P5, describe the factors to
consider when communicating
with 4 different SIGNIFICANT
OTHERS
-
employers
match officials
club/regional/national coaches
agent
manager
Sponsors
team colleagues