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COMM 1004C Week 4 Application Worksheet Effective Listening in Interpersonal Communication Directions: Download this worksheet to your computer and save it using this submission title: “WK4Assgn+last name+first initial.doc” . The file name identifies you and indicates to your Instructor that your worksheet is available to grade. Please fill in the answers in the boxes provided by TYPING in your answers. If you need more space than is provided, the box will expand as you write. Do not write your answers in a separate document because your Instructor will use the rubric after each question to grade that section of this worksheet. You may use the rubrics as a guide to make sure you completed each question correctly. Please use chapter 5.1 and 5.2 of our Communication in the Real World: An Introduction to Communication Studies textbook to answer the following questions: Question 1 According to our book, (chapter 5, section 5.1) the listening process happens in five steps but they are not always in order. In other words, they don’t have to happen one after the other. As two people communicate the steps of the process can happen at the same time. However, we can identify certain components: receiving, interpreting, recalling, evaluating, and responding. Describe a real or imagined brief conversation between two people. Label in parenthesis where each of the steps is happening within this conversation. Write at least 100 words. Insert your answer below. If you need more space, the box will automatically expand as you hit Enter . My husband and I had a conversation this evening about planning a last minute trip to California this week to visit his parents, as his father was admitted to the hospital this morning. The conversation began when my husband told me that he thought maybe we should go to California this week (receiving - me). I could tell by the tone of his voice and the look in his eyes that he was worried (interpreting – me) about his dad and that this is important to him (evaluating – me).
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  • Winter '18
  • Melissa Landin
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