cmc230 | undergraduate
Communication Processes: You're A Fine One To Talk
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- Compare conflict management strategies.
- Analyze factors of interpersonal communication.
Informative Public Speaking
- Use appropriate transition elements in a speech.
- Determine ways to overcome fears of public speaking.
- Outline steps for effective presentations.
Small Group Communication
- Analyze the characteristics of small groups.
- Identify factors of effective small group communication.
- Determine the effect of organizational culture on communication.
- Identify effective interview strategies.
- Summarize the value of effective communication.
- Identify cultural factors of media communications.
- Identify ethical principles for use with computer-mediated communication.
Verbal and Nonverbal Communication
- Explain the purposes of language.
- Identify gender-specific communication traits.
- Describe various uses of nonverbal communication.
The Art of Listening
- Describe the challenges and barriers to effective listening.
- Describe the habits and rewards of effective listening.
- Evaluate your personal communication profile.
- Demonstrate a critical perspective in news interpretation.
- Identify how the components of the communication model affect mass communication.
- Describe the effect of mediated mass communication on consumers.
Persuasive Public Speaking
- Determine methods for building credibility as a speaker.
- Identify best practices for persuasive speaking.
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