Students practice adding some of the basic prefixes to words in the English language.
In this learning activity you'll review the usage of "borrow" and "lend."
Learners add suffixes to base words to form new verbs in this interactive exercise.
In this learning activity you'll generate your own speech outline from the information provided.
The student sees a list of 30 of the most often misspelled words used in business. In one exercise, the student listens to each word and then keys in the spelling of that word. In the next exercise, the student matches synonyms.
The student reviews definitions of effect/affect and completes a practice exercise.
Students review the rule for writing the possessive form of singular nouns that end in an "s" sound. They then complete exercises.
Students review the rule for pluralizing most nouns. They then complete an exercise.
Students review the rules for how to make the possessive form of plural nouns. They then complete an exercise.
Students read about the difference between the subject and object form of personal pronouns and test their knowledge in practice quizzes.
In this learning activity you'll see and hear basic Hmong phrases.
In this interactive object, learners read how to use the indefinite articles "a" and "an" with singular count nouns. They omit these articles with noncount and plural nouns. The students then practice using "a" and "an" correctly.
In this activity, students practice recognizing the different types of noise in the communication process.
In this learning activity you'll apply techniques for identifying a central idea to a practice exercise.
Students view information taken from various sources and decide if the material is acceptable for a technical research report. After choosing whether or not the source material is acceptable, the students read an explanation from the instructor.
Learners read about nonverbal communication. In a drag-and-drop exercise, they evaluate photos of people interacting and determine if the behaviors shown interfere with communication or enhance it.
Learners are shown questions to ask themselves before they speak. They evaluate three responses according to the criteria presented. This activity has audio content.
Learn the definition of perception, its process and how it affects communication
Students listen to three telephone messages and enter their evaluation of each one. They then read a list of guidelines for leaving effective messages.
In this learning activity you'll review how to use possessive nouns and play a game using them.
The learner reads a description of what it means to listen respectively. He or she then writes a brief action plan for becoming a better listener.
Learners examine the seven most common barriers to effective listening and consider suggestions for how to overcome these barriers. This interactive object contains audio.
Learners examine seven basic human limitations that prevent people from seeing or understanding the world with total clarity. In an interactive exercise, learners identify ways to overcome those barriers to critical thinking.
In this learning activity you'll review the correct usage of the words "do" and "make."
In this interactive lesson, learners study the use of "many" and "much" with nouns that can be counted and nouns that cannot. They then practice using these words in a drag-and-drop exercise.