Learn about the seven common barriers of listening and evaluate a conversation using the barriers.
The learner will distinguish effective from ineffective approaches to writing instructions.
The learner will identify techniques to use to overcome people-related barriers to critical thinking.
The learner will understand the importance of following instructions.
The learner will...identify the qualities of a person with integrity and the importance of integrity within a work team.
In this learning object, you will learn the three tips to better resolve conflict with others.
In this activity, you will practice choosing assertive responses to conflict.
The learner will identify the three steps in the writing process and the elements in each step.
The learner will identify common barriers to effective listening.
Learners watch a commercial for a fictitious product and pose questions to challenge the assumptions made in it.
In this animated and interactive object, learners follow oral directions in the workplace. They complete their task within a time limit. This object has audio content.
In this learning activity you'll explore five types of power: legitimate, referent, coercive, reward, and expert.
In this learning activity you'll complete a skill-building exercise identifying effective nonverbal behavior.
In this learning activity you'll use critical thinking, personal opinions, and experiences to develop responses regarding communicating respectfully.
In this learning activity you'll outline a conversation using the transactional communication model.
The student will read a mini-lecture explaining the organization stage in the perception process and will complete an activity.
In this learning activity you'll examine strategies to help you deal with tricky personal and business communication situations.
In this learning activity you'll be introduced to the eight most common logical fallacies commonly used in persuasive speeches.
Dr. Cynthia Ellenbecker
In this learning activity you'll be introduced to the Ad Absurdum fallacy.
In this learning activity you'll be introduced to the Ad Verecundia fallacy.
In this learning activity you'll brainstorm and compose a list of speech topics.
Dr. Rose Marie Mastricola
In this learning activity you'll summarize review key concepts related to arguments and persuasion.
Students read an explanation of the use of questionnaires in research. Open-ended and closed-ended questions are defined. Students complete the activity by generating a questionnaire.
In this exercise, students read a list of sources used in a research report. They follow MLA guidelines to write parenthetical references and to compile a Works Cited page.
You'll identify the main characteristics of various audiences when writing a technical document.