Wednesday, October 8, 2014

10-8-2014 PS--Personal Experience Speech Debriefing, Introduction to Communication Theory

  • Reminder: When you arrive to class, please open the blog on your digital device.
  • Welcome, Attendance & Daily Plan
  • Personal Experience Speech Debriefing
    • Check Personal Experience Speech Chart, Personal Experience Speech Reflection 
    • Personal Experience Speech Reflection
      • Discussion of Personal Experience Speech Chart
        • Share two strengths that were common in many students.
        • Share one growth area that was common in many students.
        • As a group, select one strength and one growth area to share with the class.
      • If you HAVE presented your speech:
        • Complete Personal Experience Speech Reflection:
          • Activity #20--DATE--Personal Experience Speech Reflection
            • Congratulations! You've completed your Personal Experience Speech! Please take a few minutes to reflect on your speech and respond to the following questions:
              • What was your favorite part of this 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 this 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.
      • Personal Experience Speech Survey
    • Introduction to Communication Theory
      • What Is Communication? Text & Study Guide
      • Activity #21--DATE--What is Communication? Study Guide
      • Plan for Future Classes
      HOMEWORK (OFFICIAL at 3:10 P.M. Each Day)
      • Read What Is Communication? Text (Due Thursday)
        • Available in the Communication Theory Module on Moodle
      • Complete What Is Communication? Study Guide (Due Thursday)
            UPCOMING (Subject to Adjustments)
            • Thursday--Communication Process, Drawing Activity, Communication Model Scenario Presentations
            • Friday--Speakers, Listeners, Observers Activity, Communication Model Scenario Presentations
            • Monday--Communication Model Scenario Presentations, Verbal, Vocal, and Nonverbal Communication

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