Thursday, September 19, 2013

9-19-2013 PS--Colors Debriefing & What is Communication?

  • Welcome, Attendance, & Daily Plan
  • Name Game
  • Colors Speech Debriefing
    • Colors Speech Journal Reaction Activity
      • Activity #9--9/12/2013 Colors Speech Journal
        • Create 3 Columns
          • Speaker's Name
          • List one strength from the speech
          • List one area that could be improved
    • Discussion of Colors Speech Reflection
      • Activity #10--9/12/2013--Colors Speech Reflection
        • Congratulations! You've completed your Colors Speech! Please take a few minutes to reflect on your speech and respond to the following questions:
          • What was your favorite part of the Colors Activity & Colors Speech? Why?
          • What surprised you about your speech? Perhaps you learned something about yourself or you found that you did well or poorly in an area you did not expect.
          • When you reflect back on the Colors Activity and Colors Speech, what is one thing you will take away from this experience that will help you improve your public speaking skills in the future? Explain.
    • Mr. Buckley's Final Thoughts
    • Colors Speech Survey Results and Debriefing
  • Introduction to Communication Theory
    • Hand out Chapter 1--What Is Communication? Text & Study Guide
    • Activity #11--9/19/2013--What is Communication? Study Guide
HOMEWORK (OFFICIAL at 3:10 P.M. Each Day)
  • EXTRA CREDIT (3 Points)--Write a 3-5 sentence THANK YOU to Kelly Miller of ITT Tech. ( Due Friday)
  • Read Chapter 1--What Is Communication? Text (Due Friday)
    • Available on Moodle
  • Complete Chapter 1--What Is Communication? Study Guide (Due Friday)
    • If you do not complete this in class, you may obtain a white paper copy of Chapter 1 in class or download from Moodle.
UPCOMING (Subject to Adjustments)
  • Friday--Communication Theory-Communication Process Presentation, Drawing Activity
  • Monday--Communication Theory-Speakers, Listeners, Observers Activity
  • Tuesday--Verbal, Vocal, & Nonverbal Communication

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