Change in Communication Methods PROJECT OVERVIEW This project assignments consists of two parts. Part 1 – Due in Week 1 Think of someone you know and like and for whom you can obtain their home address. This person can be a relative, friend, co-worker but not someone in this class. The goal of this project is not simply to write a letter; it’s to write a letter to someone that you would normally communicate using other communication methods (e.g., text, phone, email.) You are looking for any differences in their reaction and to comment about that experience. Using paper and […]
Communications 1) The assertive message format: A) should be worded to suit your own style of communication. B) may require you to repeat a part to ensure the other person’s understanding. C) may be delivered in mixed order of the elements. D) can combine two or more elements in a single phrase. E) All of these answers are correct.
What is your favorite childhood memory Interview a young person (5 to 8 years old) and an older adult (65 years or older). Ask them the same question: “What is your favorite childhood memory?” Write a 1,050- to 2,100-word paper in which you include the following: A summary of the information and story told to you by both individuals Any issues that arose in both interviews. Explain how those issues affected the quality of the information you received. Factors that must be considered when interviewing victims and witnesses of various ages and backgrounds during an emergency or conflict situation. Format […]
apologizing to the critic 1) Agreeing with a critic’s perception of your behavior involves A) apologizing to the critic. B) agreeing with the critic’s right to see things his/her way. C) backing off from your position. D) All of these answers are correct. E) None of the above answers are correct. 2)Your instructor tells you how poor your writing ability is and how wrong it is for you not to work harder on it. That instructor used the Gibb category of A) description. B) evaluation. C) problem orientation. D) equality. E) provisionalism.
Integrated Marketing Communications and Digital Media Each student is requested to select a product, service or brand of your choice, and develop an Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) plan for the management of the company. Each student must submit a 1,500 individual Executive Summary of their IMC plan for the product/service/brand they have chosen. As this is a very small word count per submission, the key skill for students will be to distil and synthesise the key information for management into a clear and concise report, the Executive Summary should contain the key sections of the IMC plan outlined below. Students […]
Communicating with Technology Describe in detail at least three instances during the course of an average week that you are required to organize, calculate, and interpret numeric data. If your average week does not generally include organizing numerical data, you may need to be creative with this part of the discussion! For each of the instances you describe, explain how the use of different technology tools might make these tasks easier and more accurate. Provide multiple examples of technology tools including: portable devices (cell phones, pocket calculators, tablets), desktop computers, computer networks Discuss any ethical, legal, and security implications of […]
Introducing Communication Principles Discuss how communication plays a role in academic, professional, personal, and civic aspects of your life. Next, provide two (2) examples of how communication affects your life.
Perception Describe three (3) ways our perception of self and others affects our perception of information. Next, share an experience in which your perception of self or others interfered with effectively communicating or receiving a message. Discuss three (3) ways improving self-perception can help you improve your communication in professional, academic, personal, and civic aspects of your life.
kind of communicator Part 1: Take the Communication Quiz Go to http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newCS_99.htm and take the communication quiz to measure your communication skills. Take a screenshot of your quiz results. Note: You will be submitting a screenshot of your quiz results along with your reflection. Part 2: Review the feedback of your quiz results and create a refection discussing your results. You will write a one to two (1-2) page paper in which you: Summarize the results of your communication quiz by keeping the following questions in mind: What kind of communicator did you believe you were prior to taking the […]