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COMMUNICATION PRACTICUM PROJECT.

Using the movie you chose for the Communication Practicum Project, YOU WILL USE THE MOVIE CALLED “THE BLIND SIDE” create a final presentation using a screen recording tool such as Screencast-O-Matic or PowerPoint with text as how you would present orally in the slide notes.

Create no fewer than 12 slides to support your analysis, including:

  • Title slide
  • Objectives slide
  • Review slide
  • Final slide

The presentation should be 10-15 minutes in length and should cover no fewer than half of the following communication elements:

  • Culture
  • Perception
  • Perception of Self
  • Listening
  • Verbal Messages
  • Non-Verbal Messages
  • Emotional and Conversational Messages
  • Interpersonal Relationships
  • Interpersonal Relationship Types
  • Interpersonal Conflict
  • Conflict Management
  • Interpersonal Power and Influence

The presentation should have no fewer than 4 cited resources, including your book.

The presentation should have no fewer than 3 examples of your movie taken from YouTube or another Internet source. You may use any scene that you have previously evaluated.

The presentation must have an Evaluation Section as the summary. It should give a personal evaluation of the communication process from your point of view. You will not use sources, quotes, paraphrases etc. in this section. You are expected to provide an in-depth discovery and explanation using what you have learned throughout the quarter.

Save your assignment as a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation

FOR THE EVALUATION SUMMARY, IT IS YOUR POINT OF VIEW FROM WHAT YOU LEARNED IN CLASS. ITS NOT MOVIE BASED. ITS AN EVALUATION SUMMARY OF THE COMMUNICATION PROCESS!!!!!

At least four citations. – textbook- visuals- and classnotes and movie clips can be used.

  • VISUAL CAN BE A PIC OF THE MOVIE BUT YO UNEED A CITATION UNDER IT AND AT THE END IN THE REFERENCE PAGE.
  • YOU NEED A CITATION FOR THE MOVIE ITSELF, AND A SEPARATE CITATION FOR EACH MOVIE CLIP.. ALSO PUT THIS IN REFERENCE PAGE.
  • IN TEXT CITATIONS FOR THE BOOK ARE : Sole, K. (2011).
  • APA FORMAT AND PROPER GRAMMAR IS A MUST!

Module 05 Written Assignment – Communication Practical Project GRADING RUBRIC!!!!!

Criteria

Points

A presentation using a screen recording tool such as Screencast-O-Matic. The presentation should be between 10 to 15 minutes in length. With no less than 12 slides to support your analysis, including:

  • Title slide
  • Objectives slide
  • Evaluation Section
  • Final slide (References).

10

The presentation should cover no less 6 of the following communication elements:

  • Culture
  • Perception
  • Perception of Self
  • Listening
  • Verbal Messages
  • Non-Verbal Messages
  • Emotional and Conversational Messages
  • Interpersonal Relationships
  • Interpersonal Relationship Types
  • Interpersonal Conflict
  • Conflict Management
  • Interpersonal Power and Influence

30

The presentation should have no less than 4 cited resources

5

The presentation should have no less than 3 visuals from of your movie taken from YouTube or another Internet source

5

Evaluation Section at the end of the presentation. It should give a personal evaluation of the communication process from your point of view. This is not movie based. An in-depth discovery and explanation using what you have learned throughout the quarter. NOT movie based.

15

Grammar, APA and Organization

5

ALSO,I ATTACHED ALL THE PREVIOUS PROJECTS FOR YOU TO GO OFF OF IN APA FORMAT SINCE YOU WORKED WITH ME BEFORE, YOU KNOW WHAT I EXPECT! 😀 ALSO, SAME AS LAST PROJECT, IF I CAN “CITE” THE BOOK SOMEWERE … JUST ADD IT IN HOW U DID BEFORE.. . JusT MAKE SURE TO FOLLOW THROUGH WITH YOUR POINTS AND EXPLAIN THE FORMS OF COMMUNICATION YOU ARE USING IN THE TEXT AT THE BOTTOM AND IN APA FORMAT FOR EVERYTHING. . THANK YOU!

HERE IS AN EXAMPLE OF ONE MY TEACHER DID…. BUT SHE PRESENTED IT … WE NEED NOTES AT BOTTOM FOR MY PRESENTATION SINCE IM NOT DOING THE MICROPHONE VERSION. So for each slide… you don’t have to put EVER WORD… not every word is on a slide. IT enhances your oral (OR WRITTEN) presentation… so you will write it AT THE BOTTOM ON HOW YOU WOULD PRESENT IT AS SEEN IN THIS SLIDE! …so instead of an oral presentation, you will type the presentation into your slide notes of what you would say in an oral presentation. (the 7th slide shows an example if u look closely at the bottom..)

UNDERNEATH THE PROJECT ARE MY CLASS NOTES THAT I CAN USE AS A REFERENCE AS WELL…. LET ME KNOW IF YOU WANT ME TO RESEND THE PREVIOUS CLASS NOTES!!!!

So for each slide… you don’t have to put EVER WORD… not every word is on a slide. IT enhances your oral (OR WRITTEN) presentation… so you will write it AT THE BOTTOM ON HOW YOU WOULD PRESENT IT AS SEEN IN THIS SLIDE! …so instead of an oral presentation, you will type the presentation into your slide notes of what you would say in an oral presentation.

COURSE NOTES MODULE 05: ( CAN BE USED FOR IN TEXT CITATIONS AND REFERENCES)

Module 05 – Interpersonal Relationship Types & Interpersonal Conflict and Conflict Management & Interpersonal Power and Influence

Interpersonal Relationships: Friendship, Love, and Family

Friendship is an interpersonal relationship between two people that is mutually productive and consists of mutual positive regard. Some characteristics of friendship include:

Communication interactions

Must be mutually productive

Characterized by mutual common regard

Reciprocity: Loyalty, self-sacrifice, and generosity

Receptivity: Positive imbalance between giver and receiver, mutual satisfaction, a difference in status (such as teacher/student or doctor/patient)

Association:

People who have similar interests or are in similar circumstances (such as classmates, neighbors, and coworkers)

Love is often considered the most important quality of interpersonal relationships. Love is a feeling characterized by closeness, caring, intimacy, passion, and commitment. It can be maintained or destroyed through communication. A relationship can thrive with communication skills.

Eros: Beauty and sexuality

Ludus: Entertainment and excitement

Storge: Peaceful and slow

Pragma:Practical and traditional

Mania: Elation and depression

Agape: Compassionate and selfless

Module 05 – Interpersonal Relationship Types & Interpersonal Conflict and Conflict Management & Interpersonal Power and Influence

Conflict and Communication

Conflicts are part of interpersonal communication. You will not be in lock-step agreement with a person all of the time. The best approach to handling conflicts is head-on. Conflicts can be healthy and hold positive possibilities.

First, let’s examine the concept. Conflicts are personal. Make no mistake about it. That is why some of the most damaging conflicts happen between people who are close (e.g., family, friends, and spouses). When conflicts go undetected, interaction can become poisonous, rotting away necessary elements like fairness, empathy, trust, and honesty. Combatants become vengeful and judgmental, focusing only on winning the conflict. In the worst cases, people will continue a conflict to such lengths that both sides remain miserable indefinitely.

Disagreements often become conflicts under these circumstances:

Two people are interdependent; they each need something from the other.

Both parties blame the other or find fault with them for causing the problem.

One or more of the parties is angry or emotionally upset.

The parties’ behaviors are affecting their relationship with each other and/or their relationships with others.

Take Five

Workplace conflicts can test the mettle of a leader. If handled properly, a company can grow from solving a conflict. Conflicts on the home front can test the strength of a marriage. Couples facing conflicts together can come out stronger on the other side. However, you must manage conflict resolution properly. When working toward a solution, you must incorporate the correct conflict style.

Define the conflict.

Examine possible solutions.

Test the solution.

Evaluate the solution.

Accept solution and exit. Or reject solution and start the cycle over.

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