CMST 210ORAL SKILLS PROJECT #1: PERCEPTION-CHECKING
Objectives: to recognize and illustrate how perception affects communication to integrate interpersonal learning with lifestyle goals to develop confidence in communicating verbally, one-on-one and in small teams to develop and apply textbook reading to a individual project
Preparation: Read the section upon perception-checking in Chapter three or more of your textbook before doing both parts of this project.
PART A SINGLE: Out-of-Class Aspect
Directions: Apply the three-step process of perception checking in at least TWO connection situations beyond class which in turn NOT entail your classmates. Then reflect on whether or not perception-checking proved to be a prosperous technique in those situations.
1 . Identify the interpersonal, relational (person/relationship involved), and physical (location/setting) contexts:
installment payments on your Give the three-step perception-checking affirmation you applied here: (STEP 1) (STEP 2) (STEP 3)
three or more. Did the perception-checking assertion have an optimistic, negative, or any effect on the specific situation? In other words, was your usage of perception-checking good? Use an explanation or illustrations to support your answer.
1 . Describe the social, relational, and physical contexts:
installment payments on your Give the three-step perception-checking assertion you used here: three or more. Did the perception-checking statement have a positive, negative, or no effect on the situation? In other words, was your make use of perception-checking powerful? Use an description or examples to support the answer.
Evaluation: Each of the above sections may be worth 15 points. You will be rated on complete-ness (addressing all parts of the section), accuracy (correctly using perception-checking), and examination (providing examples/descriptions that illustrate careful thinking).
PART TWO: In-class Common Skills Evaluation
Directions: Select a...