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After reading the Learning Activity “Essentials of Listening,” do you think you

After reading the Learning Activity “Essentials of Listening,” do you think you can model effective listening skills for others? Why or why not? Can effective listening be taught? Please explain. Now, select two of the six components of effective listening as stated by Adair (2003) and give examples to show how you could model those components at work.

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View the graphics presented in the Learning Activity titled “The World of Nonver

View the graphics presented in the Learning Activity titled “The World of Nonverbal Communication,” and give three examples of body language that was mentioned in the Activity that you have used today to express something non-verbally. Was your message received the way you intended? Why or why not? Next, describe a situation in which a person’s nonverbal expressions did not align with his or her verbal message. This could be a personal or professional experience or one you observed in the media. How did you interpret this person’s message? Please explain.

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It is time to brainstorm! Using the techniques you have learned for brainstormin

It is time to brainstorm! Using the techniques you have learned for brainstorming, choose four different current event topics that you might want to cover in your presentation, the informative speech delivered in week 6. For each topic, list the general purpose statement, a specific purpose statement, the central idea, and a few potential points. Include a paragraph or two describing your thoughts on the usefulness of brainstorming and the ways you can improve its use in the future.
HERE IS AN EXAPMLE
Abstract
Incorporating this week’s lesson on brainstorming techniques I have chosen four different topics
based on a future informative speech. I have included the topic, general purpose statement,
specific purpose statement and a few potential key points. I have concluded this assignment with
a brief paragraph explaining the usefulness brainstorming provides when organizing potential
speech topics.
Keywords: brainstorming, informative speech, topic, general purpose, specific purpose
Brainstorming Your Way to a Great Topic
Topic: ICE Detention Centers
General Purpose Statement: To inform
Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my audience on the living conditions inside ICE
migrant detention centers
Central Idea: Reports of migrant detention centers are surfacing regarding living
conditions, highlighting violations against fundamental human rights, access to legal
services, and unsanitary overcrowding.
Potential Points:
– Explain what ICE stands for
– Explain why detention centers have been formed across the country
– Inform my audience on the horrid conditions found in these detention centers
– Inform my audience on the lack of health and legal services provided for its detainees
Topic: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
General Purpose Statement: To inform
Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my audience about the benefits of the DACA
program on undocumented youth
Central Idea: The DACA program was formed to assist udocumented youth offering aid
in a variety of ways proving success in areas such as work authorization, deportation
protection, and attaining higher education.
Potential Points:
3
– Explain what the DACA program is and who their recipients are
– Provide success stories and statistics of the benefits the
DACA program provides for its recipients
– Inform my audience that The DACA initiative also benefits the economy
and other aspects of our current society
Concluding Paragraph
There are many things going on in the world right now and often at times it feels hard
trying to organize and keep up with the everchanging information. Thankfully through
the use of brainstorming I was able to cluster my personal inventory narrowing down four
specific topics. The brainstorming techniques I have learned from “The Art of Public
Speaking” has allowed me to choose topics that I found were considerably important to
me. As stated in “The Art of Public Speaking”, “when the general purpose is to inform,
you act as a teacher or lecturer.” As the role of an educator in an informative speech it is
imperative to me to pass on any knowledge I have learned to my audience “clearly,
accurately, and interestingly.” In the future I would like to sharpen my internet searching
skills by accessing the west coast university library, it’s database holds a variety of
credible journals and excerpts that I could potentially use as sources within my speech.
And the reference page

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See the instructions on the attached file named Final paper. Please follow them

See the instructions on the attached file named Final paper. Please follow them carefully.
this video is just another source if you want to use it.

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It is time to brainstorm! Using the techniques you have learned for brainstormin

It is time to brainstorm! Using the techniques you have learned for brainstorming, choose four different current event topics that you might want to cover in your presentation, the informative speech delivered in week 6. For each topic, list the general purpose statement, a specific purpose statement, the central idea, and a few potential points. Include a paragraph or two describing your thoughts on the usefulness of brainstorming and the ways you can improve its use in the future. HERE IS AN EXAPMLE
Abstract
Incorporating this week’s lesson on brainstorming techniques I have chosen four different topics
based on a future informative speech. I have included the topic, general purpose statement,
specific purpose statement and a few potential key points. I have concluded this assignment with
a brief paragraph explaining the usefulness brainstorming provides when organizing potential
speech topics.
Keywords: brainstorming, informative speech, topic, general purpose, specific purpose Brainstorming Your Way to a Great Topic
Topic: ICE Detention Centers
General Purpose Statement: To inform
Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my audience on the living conditions inside ICE
migrant detention centers
Central Idea: Reports of migrant detention centers are surfacing regarding living
conditions, highlighting violations against fundamental human rights, access to legal
services, and unsanitary overcrowding.
Potential Points:
– Explain what ICE stands for
– Explain why detention centers have been formed across the country
– Inform my audience on the horrid conditions found in these detention centers
– Inform my audience on the lack of health and legal services provided for its detainees
Topic: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
General Purpose Statement: To inform
Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my audience about the benefits of the DACA
program on undocumented youth
Central Idea: The DACA program was formed to assist udocumented youth offering aid
in a variety of ways proving success in areas such as work authorization, deportation
protection, and attaining higher education.
Potential Points:
3
– Explain what the DACA program is and who their recipients are
– Provide success stories and statistics of the benefits the
DACA program provides for its recipients
– Inform my audience that The DACA initiative also benefits the economy
and other aspects of our current society Concluding Paragraph
There are many things going on in the world right now and often at times it feels hard
trying to organize and keep up with the everchanging information. Thankfully through
the use of brainstorming I was able to cluster my personal inventory narrowing down four
specific topics. The brainstorming techniques I have learned from “The Art of Public
Speaking” has allowed me to choose topics that I found were considerably important to
me. As stated in “The Art of Public Speaking”, “when the general purpose is to inform,
you act as a teacher or lecturer.” As the role of an educator in an informative speech it is
imperative to me to pass on any knowledge I have learned to my audience “clearly,
accurately, and interestingly.” In the future I would like to sharpen my internet searching
skills by accessing the west coast university library, it’s database holds a variety of
credible journals and excerpts that I could potentially use as sources within my speech. And the reference page

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It is time to brainstorm! Using the techniques you have learned for brainstormin

It is time to brainstorm! Using the techniques you have learned for brainstorming, choose four different current event topics that you might want to cover in your presentation, the informative speech delivered in week 6. For each topic, list the general purpose statement, a specific purpose statement, the central idea, and a few potential points. Include a paragraph or two describing your thoughts on the usefulness of brainstorming and the ways you can improve its use in the future.
HERE IS AN EXAPMLE
Abstract
Incorporating this week’s lesson on brainstorming techniques I have chosen four different topics
based on a future informative speech. I have included the topic, general purpose statement,
specific purpose statement and a few potential key points. I have concluded this assignment with
a brief paragraph explaining the usefulness brainstorming provides when organizing potential
speech topics.
Keywords: brainstorming, informative speech, topic, general purpose, specific purpose
Brainstorming Your Way to a Great Topic
Topic: ICE Detention Centers
General Purpose Statement: To inform
Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my audience on the living conditions inside ICE
migrant detention centers
Central Idea: Reports of migrant detention centers are surfacing regarding living
conditions, highlighting violations against fundamental human rights, access to legal
services, and unsanitary overcrowding.
Potential Points:
– Explain what ICE stands for
– Explain why detention centers have been formed across the country
– Inform my audience on the horrid conditions found in these detention centers
– Inform my audience on the lack of health and legal services provided for its detainees
Topic: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
General Purpose Statement: To inform
Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my audience about the benefits of the DACA
program on undocumented youth
Central Idea: The DACA program was formed to assist udocumented youth offering aid
in a variety of ways proving success in areas such as work authorization, deportation
protection, and attaining higher education.
Potential Points:
3
– Explain what the DACA program is and who their recipients are
– Provide success stories and statistics of the benefits the
DACA program provides for its recipients
– Inform my audience that The DACA initiative also benefits the economy
and other aspects of our current society
Concluding Paragraph
There are many things going on in the world right now and often at times it feels hard
trying to organize and keep up with the everchanging information. Thankfully through
the use of brainstorming I was able to cluster my personal inventory narrowing down four
specific topics. The brainstorming techniques I have learned from “The Art of Public
Speaking” has allowed me to choose topics that I found were considerably important to
me. As stated in “The Art of Public Speaking”, “when the general purpose is to inform,
you act as a teacher or lecturer.” As the role of an educator in an informative speech it is
imperative to me to pass on any knowledge I have learned to my audience “clearly,
accurately, and interestingly.” In the future I would like to sharpen my internet searching
skills by accessing the west coast university library, it’s database holds a variety of
credible journals and excerpts that I could potentially use as sources within my speech.
And the reference page

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This is a 2-3 page written assignment answering the questions for this chapter.

This is a 2-3 page written assignment answering the questions for this chapter. You can find these questions in your files section of canvas.
Response Papers: These are short essay-style papers responding to a set of questions related to the reading for the particular class session. All papers should be typed and should be two-three (2-3) pages. Please make sure you use 12 point font, Times New Roman, and standard margins. Papers will be evaluated on: 1) demonstration that reading has been completed, 2) application of concepts and ideas, 3) clarity of writing.
Reading Response 4- Habermas, Perelman, and Olbrechts-Tyteca
1) What faults do Habermas, Perelman and Olbrechts-Tyteca have with more modern scientific modes of rationality? What do they think are the solutions to these problems?
2) Let’s assume that you are going to give a presentation on a comparison between Habermas and Perelman/Olbrechts-Tyteca, how would you change your presentation style based on this class being your audience?
3) Habermas believes that in order to create a just and moral society we ought to constantly question things we assume are true and safe in our society. He had several worries in his era but what assumptions do you think we ought to analyze in our society today?

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Minimum three pages paper. Read a case study of “Americans Living Abroad in Bel

Minimum three pages paper.
Read a case study of “Americans Living Abroad in Belfast, Northern Ireland.” The case study is posted as separate file in D2L.
Write your answer regarding following discussion questions. You should have separate headings (i.e., Discussions and Conclusion). You should type in discussion questions first and then provide your answer for each question.

3. The paper should contain the following:
A. Cover page (including the title of the paper, course title & no., and your name)
B. Discussions (provide your answer to each discussion question)
Q1. Why cross-cultural adjustment is important for cultural strangers including
international business person, international students, diplomat and military person?
Cite the sources if you have one.
Q2. What are the issues of cross-cultural adjustment for Barbara and William?For their
children?
Q3. How do the problems of adjustment differ for the wage earner and the
non-working spouse?
Q4. What adjustment issues are especially important because these people are
Americans?
Q5. What safety issues must the family be concerned about in this situation?
In other situations, living or traveling abroad?
Q6. How should their company become involved with these issues?
Q7. Have you ever travelled or lived in a foreign country? If yes, what kind of issues you
had when you are in a different foreign cultural environment?
If no, which country you are hoping to travel or live in the future? Why? How would
you prepare yourself based on the information of your chosen country?
C.Conclusion

Q8. If you are an intercultural trainer or HR practitioner, how would you prepare Barbara,
William and children for their successful life overseas?
D. References
-If you have sources (textbook or other sources), cite them according to APA format (7th
edition)
4.The paper should always be double-spaced and in 12 size times new roman
numeral font.
5.There should be a 1” margin on all four sides of the paper.
For more details, please follow the sample format as attached below.

Sample format
(Cover page)
Extra point paper: case study analysis
COMM 2560 Intercultural Communication
Your Name
Discussions
Q1. Why cross-cultural adjustment is important for cultural strangers including
international business person, international students, diplomat and military person?
Cite the sources if you have one.
Provide answer
Q2. What are the issues of cross-cultural adjustment for Barbara and William?For their
children?
Provide answer
Q3. How do the problems of adjustment differ for the wage earner and the
non-working spouse?
Provide answer
Q4. What adjustment issues are especially important because these people are
Americans?
Provide answer
Q5. What safety issues must the family be concerned about in this situation?
In other situations, living or traveling abroad?
Provide answer
Q6. How should their company become involved with these issues?
Provide answer
Q7. Have you ever travelled or lived in a foreign country? If yes, what kind of issues you
had when you are in a different foreign cultural environment?
If no, which country you are hoping to travel or live in the future? Why? How would
you prepare yourself based on the information of your chosen country?
Provide answer
Conclusion

Q8.If you are an intercultural trainer or HR practitioner, how would you prepare Barbara,
William and children for their successful life overseas?
Provide answer
References
Cite your sources according to APA format (6th edition)

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Speech Analysis Essay Guidelines EXL Designation: This assignment provides a han

Speech Analysis Essay Guidelines
EXL Designation: This assignment provides a hands-on learning experience for students. You get to apply what you have learned about speech development, organization, and delivery in your critique.
Attend a public (live) speech/presentation of 15 minutes or longer and write a speech analysis essay of 3-5 pages (Ariel, 12-point font, double-spaced, full-sentence, and paragraph format). This can be a special lecture, guest speaker, conference presentation, or any live speaking event.
If you attend an event before we cover certain material listed below, you should read ahead so that you can adequately use the criteria in your analysis.
PART I: List the speaker, date, location, & topic, and describe the audience. Describe each of these elements and analyze the effect that each of these elements had on the speaker and/or speech (1/2 to 1 page).
PART II: Describe and analyze the effectiveness of each part of the speaker’s introduction (attention getter, revelation of topic, statement of credibility, statement of central idea, preview of main points) (1/2 to 1 page).
PART III: Summarize each of the speaker’s main points. What pattern of organization did the speaker utilize? Was this effective? Why or why not (1/2 to 1 page).
PART IV: Describe and analyze the effectiveness of the evidence/supporting material that the speaker used (1/2 to 1 page).
PART V: Describe and analyze the effectiveness of the speaker’s language (1/2 to 1 page).
PART VI: Describe and analyze the effectiveness of the speaker’s delivery (1/2 to 1 page).
PART VII: Describe and analyze the effectiveness of each part of the speaker’s conclusion (1/2 to 1 page).
Speech Analysis Essay: Essays will be evaluated on the basis of the following criteria:
A = Thoughtful, insightful, excellent discussion and application of chapter theory and concepts; vivid, concrete examples used to support ideas; well organized; appropriate use of grammar and spelling. ‘A’ papers are above and beyond what is expected, and are always of very high quality.
B = Thoughtful, good discussion and application of chapter theory and concepts; examples used to support ideas have some vivid, concrete detail; well organized; appropriate use of grammar and spelling. ‘B’ papers are good, but lack the excellence need for an ‘A’ grade.
C = Some application of chapter theory and concepts; dearth of examples with vivid, concrete detail to support ideas; fair organization; some grammar and spelling errors; some directions ignored; ‘C’ papers are usually shorter than required and lack evidence of the time and thought that goes into an ‘A’ paper.

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Interpersonal Reflections 2, parts 3 & 4This is the last in the series of interp

Interpersonal Reflections 2, parts 3 & 4This is the last in the series of interpersonal reflection assignment. For this “interpersonal reflection” submission, you will ADD THESE ANSWERS TO YOUR PRIOR (2) SUBMISSION and now answer #3 and #4 (see below) and submit BOTH in the same .doc or .pdf on canvas. Please be introspective and honest as you apply the course material.
here is the full assignment, as posted in the syllabus:
Interpersonal Reflections: (2×25 in stages. 50 total). In sequenced submissions, you will build a series of reflections that synthesize text information with interpersonal communication in your life, utilizing analyses and clear examples from a relationship in your life. These will specifically include (only #3 & #4 this time)
a full description of the relationship
a specific quote or paraphrase from our textbook, with a explanation of how it relates to the relationship (3 & 4 below are for the next submission)
(the above were already answered and submitted – please RE submit with this submission)
clear and synthesized application of the text content in the past or present tense
clear and synthesized application in the future tense Interpersonal Reflection parts 3 & 4Interpersonal Reflection parts 3 & 4CriteriaRatingsPts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcomeapplication of the text contentclear and synthesized application of the text content in the past or present tense.
In other words – make sure you are clearly connecting the textbook material with your relationship. You may connect it to a past situation or to the present.7 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks
7 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcomefuture applicationlike the previous requirement, except in the future tense: how * will * you utilize the text material, to improve your communication?5 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks
5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcometechnicalgrammar, spelling, format were correct3 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks
3 pts
Total Points: 15