Debate Speech Outline
Specific Goal: I want my audience to better understand Obama Care and clear any
misconceptions about it so that it will not be repealed.
A.) Attention Getter:
When I was worki
COMMUNICATION COMPETENCE (CC) VS. ETHICS: LECTURE OUTLINE (Week 3)
A definition of CC: the degree to which one communicates in a personally effective and socially
There are two levels of CC: performance competence and process co
GUIDELINES FOR CLEAR VERBAL COMMUNICATION
Given the potential for misunderstandings and inaccuracies when one person tries to
convey a relatively lengthy or complex message to another, a person attempting to
achieve greater effectiveness should consider t
FIRST EXAMINATION: STUDY GUIDE
The 50 questions comprising the first exam are drawn from the concepts and principles listed below. Preparation for the
exam should include understanding, being able to identify examples, recognizing implica
PERCEPTION, SELF-CONCEPT, AND COMMUNICATION: LECTURE OUTLINE
What is perception?
The distinction between perception as a passive vs. an active process
(Def.): The process of assigning meaning to sensory information
VERBAL COMMUNICATION: LECTURE OUTLINE (Week 5)
We must all confront a potential dilemma when we verbally communicate:
When we speak, two things occur:
We mean something by what we say.
What we say has some meaning.
Semantics, the stud
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THIRD EXAMINATION STUDY GUIDE
COMMUNICATING TO HELP OTHERS
1. How is empathy defined and what are the two basic skills involved in empathy?
-The accurate perception and identification of both the surface and underlying meanings in a persons
Clinical Skills Lecture- 9/9/16
All requirements are posted in Blackboard
Top 300 Drugs
Amlodipine Besylate (Norvasc)
o Indications- Hypertension, Angina (chest pain)
o Dosage- Tablets
Can be written, comp
FINAL EXAM CH-201
You are responsible for all material covered in class regardless of it being
mentioned in this study guide.
CHAPTER SIX ALKYL HALIDES NUCLEOPHILIC SUBSTUTION AND ELIMINATION
Review the assigned problems
Know the dif
Organic Chemistry Ch. 1 Notes
Atomic Number (Z): number of protons
Wave functions ( psi): also called orbitals. Discovered by Schrodinger, . Firs De Brglie said
electrons have wavelike properties in addition to particle properties. Then shcrodinger studie
Biochemistry- Lecture 8/29/16
The Study of the Chemistry of Life Process
Biochemical Unity- Biological Diversity
Macromolecutes- proteins, play similar roles in different organisms; have similar
o Ex. Proteins, Nucleic Acids, Carbohydrates, Li
1. Relationship between wavelength and frequency of electromagnetic
Wavelength ( is the distance between two adjacent
points in the wave and is measured in meters, micrometers,
Light is also characterized by its freque
BRIEF PRESENTATION RUBRIC
CLASS GRADE =
All words used were clear and
appropriate for the intended
audience. All technical terms were
SECOND EXAM STUDY GUIDE
What distinguishes nonverbal communication from verbal communication?
o NVC can be intentional or unintentional (Verbal is usually intentional)
o Does not have to be spoken or written symbols
FIRST EXAMINATION: STUDY GUIDE
The 50 questions comprising the first exam are drawn from the concepts and principles listed
below. Preparation for the exam should include understanding, being able to identify examples,
COMMUNICATION IN RELATIONSHIPS
Be able to recognize the identified myths about relationships.
o Relationship just happen
o We are not able to control the way we behave in our relationship
o It is manipulative to try to plan how you communicate in your rel
HELPING RESPONSE SKILLS
How is empathy defined and what are the two basic skills involved in empathy?
o Listening and responding are involved
o Empathy is intellectually identifying or vicariously experiencing the feelings
or attitudes of another.
Occasionally effective in communicating empathy but with potential
Questioning: "Why'd you do that?" "Why didn't you think that was a
bad idea?" it's criticizing and it makes them feel worse.
Advice Giving: "This is what you should do."
Same intent as with direct aggressiveness but messages are expressed
in subtle, indirect ways. The goal is to vent anger but avoid
responsibility for the messages
Teasing or sarcasm
From examples, be able to recognize ineffective conflict responses (e.g. personal
attack, crucializing, bulldozing).
o Continued avoidance
If it happens a lot then dont do it
Like a roommate that keep annoys you, dont acknowledge
Be able to identify effective behaviors to be used during an interview.
o Dress appropriately
o Arrive on time
o Bring supplies
o Use active listening
o Think before answering, understand the question
o Be enthusiastic
o Ask question
o Answer questions f
Be assertive, others get mad
Everyone should like me
Act assertive yields a bad outcome
Wrong & selfish to turn down others
Should help them
o Get anxious thinking about being asser
o Individuals alone
Your history, needs, and expectations come into play at this stage
Do you present yourself as alone and receptive?
Always hang out with an opposite sex friend. Most people will
think she is a relationship
Is your relati
What are the characteristics of open, closed, primary, secondary, and leading
Broad-based probes that allow the interviewers to provide perspective,
ideas, information, feelings, options as he or she wished
Communicating to Help Others
o How is empathy defined and what are two basic skills involved in empathy
Empathy: A behavioral definition
The accurate identification of the meanings in a person's
Understand what happened to them, understand t