REPLIES for the ODF for Chapters 6 & 5

Discussion Forum Prompt:  Chapters 6 & 5 Open Discussion Forum (ODF)

DISCUSSION POST and FOUR REPLIES to Classmates Directions

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POST (100 points) & REPLY to Classmates – 2 Formal (25 each) & 2 Informal (10 each)

ALL PARTS (POST + FOUR REPLIES) REQUIRED TO EARN ANY CREDIT ON THIS ASSIGNMENT!

Before beginning, READ all of these directions!  

I suggest printing yourself a copy and have it in front of you to do the assignment: the POST and FOUR Replies!

I realize this might appear extremely long and daunting!  I did a lot of work to actually make this easier for YOU!  Think of Part 1 of this POST as a fill in the blank (maybe why so long ‘cause I did some prep work for YOU!)  I want you to use the format I have provided so everyone’s POSTS look similar!

POST (100 Points) for ODF for Chapters 6 & 5

This POST has a PART 1 and a PART 2.  Complete all components of each PART!

PART 1 Prep Work….

Prior to writing….and with the directions in mind, locate two credible sources relevant to concepts learned in Chapters 6 & 5.

  • One of the sources MUST be a scholarly peer-reviewed research article. (See Announcement for Locating Sources if you do not know how to do this.  You can also go to the CCE or the library.)
  • The other can also be another/different scholarly peer-reviewed research article or it can be a credible website, a trade magazine, a book (maybe a textbook from another relevant class?), or even some form of acceptable/appropriate/relevant media.

After you have located and read your two sources, follow these directions and use this FORMAT for the organization/structure of your POST:

PART 1 of the POST:

  1. Source 1: Provide the Title and Type (This should say Scholarly Peer-Reviewed Journal Article!)
  2.  Summarize the Article/Source (This should be several paragraphs, not a few sentences. Don’t just tell us the topic or what the article is about…tell us what the author says! If you are unsure how to go about doing this, you can just outline the article using the guidelines I have provided within the directions for each chapter outline.
  3. Using the 5 W’s test (see handout in Canvas), justify the credibility of the source.
  4. Who:
  5. What:
  6. When:
  7. Where:
  8. Why:
  9. Analyze the article/connect to text. For the analysis, follow these directions:
    1. Explain the relevance/connection of the Article/Source to what you have learned in Chapters 6 & 5.  The connections should come from your ideas based on the class readings, and your 1st Source/Academic Journal Article. The following are just some ideas to get your brain flowing – does the source reinforce and support what you learned in the chapter(s)?  Does the source offer an alternative perspective?  Does the source reinforce or contradict examples provided in your textbook?  Does the source extend concepts learned in the text?  How?, (NOTE:  THIS SHOULD BE AT LEAST TWO WELL DEVELOPED PARAGRAPHS!!  Remember, a well developed paragraph is at least five well developed meaningful/substantive sentences.  Cite textbook AND your source.)
    2. Explain at least TWO important lessons to be learned/insights that you have gained from the relevance/connections between Textbook and your 1stIn other words, what are two important lessons/takeaways/insights (aka moral of the story) to be learned/ gained based on what you wrote above in C1. (NOTE:  THIS SHOULD BE AT LEAST TWO WELL DEVELOPED PARAGRAPHS!!  Cite textbook AND your source.)
    3. Source 2: Provide the Title and Type
    4.  Summarize the Article/Source (This should be several paragraphs, not a few sentences. Don’t just tell us the topic or what the article is about…tell us what the author says! Again, if you are unsure what to cover, you can always outline!
    5. Using the 5 W’s test (see handout in Canvas), justify the credibility of the source.
    6. Who:
    7. What:
    8. When:
    9. Where:
    10. Why:
    11. Analyze the article/connect to text. For the analysis, follow these directions:
    12. Explain the relevance/connection of the Article/Source to what you have learned in Chapters 6 & 5.  The connections should come from your ideas based on the class readings, and your 2nd Source. The following are just some ideas to get your brain flowing – does the source reinforce and support what you learned in the chapter(s)?  Does the source offer an alternative perspective?  Does the source reinforce or contradict examples provided in your textbook?  Does the source extend concepts learned in the text?  How?, (NOTE:  THIS SHOULD BE AT LEAST TWO WELL DEVELOPED PARAGRAPHS!!  Remember, a well developed paragraph is at least five well developed meaningful/substantive sentences.  Cite textbook AND your source.)
    13. Explain at least TWO important lessons to be learned/insights that you have gained from the relevance/connections between Textbook and your 2nd Source. In other words, what are two important lessons/takeaways/insights (aka moral of the story) to be learned/ gained based on what you wrote above in C1. (NOTE: THIS SHOULD BE AT LEAST TWO WELL DEVELOPED PARAGRAPHS!!  Cite textbook AND your source.)

PART 2 of the POST:

Using your textbook, chapter outlines, and your two sources you used in Part 1 above, complete the following.  Label each accordingly.

  1. Discuss each of the nonverbal codes including terms, defining terms and explaining cultural variations of those codes.  For this, you should be explaining what is covered in your textbook on pages 179-188.
  2. Explain at least two situations where you made inaccurate/false assumptions about someone based on their nonverbal communication.  Discuss how the other person communicated nonverbally (make sure to use terms/names of channels, aka “nonverbal codes”!).  Discuss what inaccurate/false assumption you made and why you made that assumption.  (Hint, use information from the chapter!)  What kind of a barrier did you create when you made these inaccurate/false assumptions?  How could you overcome that barrier?
  3. Discuss, in depth, the three variations in communication style.  So, you should be explaining what is covered in your textbook on pages 145-148.
  4. List the three styles and rate yourself on a scale of 1-10 within each of the three categories.  For example, in the high/low context style are you a 10 for high and 2 for low?   As such, you will have a total of 6 scores.
  5. Now, discuss your six scores.  For each score, do three things.  First, explain what cultural upbringing/influence has made you communicate in this way.  Second, illustrate/justify each score with at least two examples from your life.  Third, explain what kinds of barriers and bridges have been created in your relationships with others due to your communication style?  Discuss at least one barrier and one bridge.  Illustrate with specific examples.

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