lines as you planned them. Your practice partner may not really say what you thought he or she would say. Then, show him or her the written script, and have him or her read or act out the scenario. You can practice this a few times both with and without the script.Write a detailed narrative of what happened in the behavior rehearsal.What did you do?How were your behaviors received?How satisfied were you with your performance of the behaviors in your goal from Part 4E?6B.Reflection on Observations and ReactionsAddress your observations and reactions to the shared behavior rehearsal experience of role-playing with a friend orfamily member who is not directly involved in your communication problem. (1-2 paragraphs)
How did you choose your shared behavior rehearsal partner?Does he or she know about the person or situation being focused on for your CCC goal?Does he or she normally offer guidance and advice in a trustworthy manner already in your established relationship with this person?6C.Reflection on PlanningWrite your observations and reactions to the shared behavior rehearsal experience as far as planning is concerned. (1-2 paragraphs)Did your shared behavioral rehearsal go as planned, or was it totally different than you imagined it would be?How did you feel at first as you prepared for your shared behavioral rehearsal?How did you feel after you finished it? What behaviors or patterns did you use from Part 4E?
Did you notice any new behaviors or patterns that you havenot noted previously? Writing Requirements (APA format) Length: 4-5 pages (not including title page or references page) 1-inch margins Double spaced 12-point Times New Roman font Title page References page
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