GREAT Rubric: CMNS 101 2016
Written and Oral
Critical Analysis and
What aspects of the
SAMPLE INFORMATIVE SPEECH
The Psychology of Color
Would you believe me if I told you that color has an effect on suicide rates? As a matter of fact,
overlooking the Thames River in London is a gloomy-looking black bridge known as the Black Friars
Adler and Rodman
Perception: The Self and Communication
PERCEPTION: The process by which you become aware of objects and events from the senses.
1. Can be objects, events, people
2. Through any of five sensory systems
3. Your perceptions of your
Discussion Notes: Chapter I CMNS 101
Human Communication What and Why?
COMMUNICATION: Definition: The process of creating
meaning through symbolic interaction. .
6 BASIC CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMUNICATION
1. CONTINUOUS / ONGOING PROCESS:
CMNS 101 Discussion Notes:
Chapter 6 Nonverbal Communication
Charles Darwin: field scientist, worked with behaviors of other
species and how they relate to mans Nonverbal communication.
1. Father of Nonverbal Commu
UNDERSTANDING INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
Definition of Interpersonal Relationship:
Context and Interpersonal Relationships:
Number of people
Degree of access
Why we Form Relationships:
Chapter 1 Questions
Print and hand in, or save as H:\Alice\handin\Chapter1Questions.rtf on
your student drive when you are done.
1. Describe what is meant by the term computer program in one or two
2. When a computer program is describe
You are invited to participate in a Spatial Skills project being conducted at CCBC to evaluate your spatial and
visualization skills. As part of your participation you will be taking a spatial skills questionnaire online through
Lab 1: Getting Started Practice
CSIT 211 Advanced Programming
Name: _Maya Roberts_ Due next Thurs
Part 1: 5pts
1. Declare a two dimensional array of characters with 5 rows and 7 columns.
Char table = new Char;
2. Consider the following for loop
Arrays of objects are a difficult topic at first. In this lab, you will be changing code in programs discussed
in Chapter Seven (Section 7.3 Arrays of Objects). I have shortened the code in some cases to simplify,
but it is esse
Lab 1 Chapter 2
Exercises from Chapter 2
For each of the following exercises, create a storyboard and then translate the storyboard
to a program. Include comments in all your programs.
1. Complete Exercise 4 (Circling Fish). _
SPCM 101 SAMPLE TOPICS
Cyber Bullying in Schools
Cyberspace Crime in 2014
International Students in the U.S.
Airline Security Systems
Organ Donation in Maryland
How to Minimize College Debt
The Five Cs of Credit
Traffic Tickets: What You S
CMNS 101 Discussion Notes:
CHAPTER 7: UNDERSTANDING INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
DEFINING INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP
1. Two or more people
2. Interdependent (not relationship if they are independent or dependency is in only one
3. Use some cons
A local shipping company needs a program to calculate the shipping charges for
packages brought in by customers. The shipping charge is .75 cents per ounce if
the package is less than 6 ounces and .50 cents per ounce if the package is 6
Working with Strings
Determine your Star Wars name!
Enter these 3 strings
City of your birth.
Create a string by
Using the first character of your last name, changing it to upper case.
Adding the next 2 characters of your last na
public class Payroll
public static void main(String args)
final double WEEKHRS = 35;
double hrs, rate, grossPay;
Scanner scan = new Scanner(System.in);
For (int x = 0; x < numEmp; x+)
Write a Java program that calculates a theatres gross profit for a movie. The program requests the name
of the movie and how many tickets were sold.
The price of each ticket is $8. The gross profit is the number of tickets sold times the price of
1. Draw a UML diagram of the BandMember class using Word. Use the attached Word document and fill
in the variables/finals and methods.
CHAPTER 6 Nonverbal Communication
Charles Darwin: field studies in Nonverbal
Ray Birdwhistell: coins the term Kinesics, definition
Julius Fast: "Body Language"
4 major characteristics of nonverbal communication
Definition of Perception
Factors influencing perception: time, physiological factors, past experiences, roles, culture,
The process of Perception
1. Selection (Attention): selective attention, selective retention, stereotypi
CMNS 101 CHAPTER 1
Adler and Rodman's Definition of Communication
Major Characteristics of Communication
a. continuous, ongoing process
b. symbolic, Arbitrary interpretations
c. involves one or more persons
d. involves sending and receiving of