Questions for chapter 7:
characteristics, importance, and motivations
Stages of interpersona
Communication and New Media
If you be given the choice of taking online
courses instead of face-to-face, whatd you
like to do?
What do you think are its advantages and
A technological interface that a
Chapter 8 Small Group and Team
Make a list of groups you currently belong
Why are you in them? What are their
What makes it a good group?
What makes it bad group?
How to utilize criticism to your advant
Dhayana de los Santos
Bonus Assignment #2
While evaluating the scenario of Jeffs feeling of rejection coming from Luis family, I
came with a conclusion of why Jeff actions or way of addressing himself (characteristic, way of
Into to Human Communications
February 20, 2008
Speech to Inform Outline:
General Purpose: To inform
Specific Purpose: To inform the audience about the symptoms of insomnia,
the causes and the cures.
Thesis: Insomnia may not
Human Communications April 3, 2008 Listening Project: Sandra Steingraber People always wonder if you're really listening, to what they have to say. I, myself, often ponder this thought as well, when presenting in front of a class. Things such as, "Ar
Can you imagine living a life where you struggle each day to concentrate on simple everyday jobs? How about being sent to the corner as punishment because you tend to act on your own instincts without thinking things through? What if you couldnt c
Michelle Gillman Intro to Human Communication September 18th, 2007 Informative Speech General Purpose: To Inform the audience about the common neurobehavioral disorder, ADHD. I. Introduction A. Can you imagine.everyday? B. Credibility Me C. What is