29 September 2016
6.1 Principles of Verbal Communication
Identify and describe five key principles of verbal communication.
Verbal communication is based on several basic principles. In this se
17 November 2016
10.1 What Is Conflict?
Identify five subjects of conflict in groups.
Acknowledge four major dangers of group conflict.
Most people probably regard conflict as s
13 October 2016
Communication is learned, not innate, and how we learn to follow, and to lead, is a reflection of
that process. We can learn to lead in more effective ways. We can solve
01 September, 2016
1.1 Why Study Group Communication?
1. Understand the importance of group communication
Communication is key to your success, in relationships, in the workplace, as c
22 September 2016
Intercultural and International Group Communication
In this chapter, we explore this dynamic aspect of communication. If the foundation of
communication is important, its application in
07 December 2016
12.1 Planning a Meeting
1. Identify questions whose answers can determine whether a meeting should be held.
2. List obligations that group members should accept when they attend meetings
06 September 2016
7.1 Listening to Understand
Explain the importance of becoming an active listener and reader.
Communication involves the sharing and understanding of meaning, to fully share a
27 October 2016
11.1 Group Problem-Solving
Identify and describe how to implement seven steps for group problem-solving.
The basics of interpersonal communication.
1. Define the problem.
2. Analyze the p
15 September, 2016
4.1 Introducing Member Roles
Describe group member roles and their impact on group dynamics.
The performance of a team or group is often influenced, if not determi
07 December 2016
2.1 What Is a Group?
1. Define groups and teams.
2. Discuss how primary and secondary groups meet our interpersonal needs.
3. Discuss how groups tend to limit their own size and create g
08 September, 2016
A group is people doing something together. It can be a large group of thousand and well
call them a crowd. It can be a small group of just three members. People migh
10 November 2016
9.1 Group Motivation and Collaboration
Identify two fundamental questions related to group motivation and collaboration.
Identify factors which affect the ability
Persuasive Speech Reflection
Forming the structure of this speech was probably the easiest part of this entire
assignment. I was lucky enough to think of a topic early on that I was enthusiastic about. I
September 14, 2014
1. Communication creates and maintains a group through the process of structuration by verbal and
nonverbal communication among members creating the group norms, operating procedures, and climate
and maintains them onc
September 8, 2014
1. Communication is the transactional process of simultaneously creating, interpreting, and negotiating
shared meaning through interaction. (p. 51)
2. The 5 main characteristics of communication are symbolic, personal,
August 29, 2014
Chapter 2: Chapter Objectives
1. A theory is a map of reality that helps us navigate unfamiliar territory and make decisions. Systems
theory is a useful perspective for studying small group communication because groups are const
August 29, 2014
Chapter 1: Chapter Objectives
1. Groups play a vital role in your personal life because it will affect how you see yourself in relation to
other people. Groups also play a vital role in your professional life because the higher
September 29, 2014
1. Systematic problem solving is a better procedure for group problem solving than random or haphazard
problem solving because it is a way for groups to assess ideas and to manage the mountain of information
The Art Of Drag
What is a Drag Queen
Drag is an acronym meaning Dress Resembling a Girl
Female impersonators who preform/host club events, gay pride
events, Pageants, ballroom shows and other events.
Men who do drag have dramatic feminine characteristi
Karli Van Maren
Class Assignment # 2
Sears Organization Structure
Sears Holdings organization arrangement shows that their employees are divided into
different departments that handle activities rel
Karli Van Maren
Group # 9
Class Assignment # 1: Sears
To be the preferred and most trusted resource for the products and resources that enhance
home and family life. Sears is a retailer t
Introduction: Do you or any of your family members have allergies to any foods? Do you have any
health issues that may require you to watch what you eat? Maybe youre just eating and dieting? GMO
food labeling is very important for all of these people. Eve
Topic: GMO Food Labelling
General Purpose: To Persuade
Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience GMO food labelling is important.
Central Idea: Why GMO food labelling is important and why its bad for us.
Introduction: Do you or any of your family members
The United States has been experiencing gender discrimination for centuries. Most people
assume discrimination is mostly against women, but theyre wrong. Discrimination has been happening
for men just as long as its been happening for women. Men are assum
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Competitive Foods and Childhood Obesity
One of the biggest topics of debate in our country today is
childhood obesity. You see signs on billboards, television
commercials, read it in the news, and even hear it on the radio.
The United States of America was the first national government to have a president as the
person in charge. We were the first ones to elect just one individual who held all of the power of the
national government. A part of our constitution, Article II, s
Intro: Are you planning on traveling for the holidays? Or even just a vacation? Do you happen to
know someone who is traveling this season? If so, Im going to provide you with important
information about why you need to be precautious of the things around
1. Mrs. Clinton criticized Mr. Trumps fiscal plans as trumped-up trickle-down 2. My father gave me a very small loan, he replied, before appearing to
economics, before saying he had received millions of dollars of su
Name : Elvira Kolesnikov
Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience that we should reduce a meat
Central Idea: Meat production and it impact on the environment, and world
Title: Reduce a Meat Consumption
I. Attention: Ima
1.Give one example of reluctant conclusion 2. What is an enthymeme? Give an example. Rhetorics
version of the syllogism. The enthymeme stakes a claim and then bases it on commonly accepted
opinion. A little packet of logic, it can provide protein to an ar