The Gallery of Unclear Oral Communication

Here are some comics that I drew for a group report in Communication 3 (English) class that went really well (We needed to improve in making the audience participate with us reporters, though). Along with them are reminders regarding clear oral communication.

Use sensible language and remember to use proper grammar, or else people may get the wrong idea.

Use sensible language and remember to use proper grammar, or else people may get the wrong idea.

Be specific when you're expressing what you want to say. And if someone's talking to you, keep your ears and heart open and listen to what they have to say.

Be specific when you’re expressing what you want to say. And if someone’s talking to you, keep your ears and heart open and listen to what they have to say.

In oral communication, simple and short gets the point across better. Make sure that your audience easily remembers what you're talking about.

In oral communication, simple and short gets the point across better. Make sure that your audience easily remembers what you’re talking about.

Now then, see you again in the den, nutshellcrackers.

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