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.
The learner will identify active and passive voice and distinguish between the two.
Students review the spelling rules for adding a suffix to a base word. They practice changing the "y" to "i" for some of the words that end in "y."
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.
Students practice adding prefixes to a variety of words in the English language.
Students view examples of the correct usage of the verbs "lie" and "lay." They then practice using the verbs in a drag-and-drop exercise.
Students read the definitions of these two adverbs of frequency which are often confused. They then complete sentences using "ever" or "never."
Students read the definitions of "raise" and "rise," two verbs that are often confused. They then enter the correct tense of each verb in a variety of sentences.
Learners complete sentences using the correct phrasal verb.
The learner identifies if phrasal verbs are used correctly in a sentence. If they are not used correctly, the student substitutes the correct answer.
In this interactive lesson, learners study examples of the expressions "a few" and "a little" with count and noncount nouns. They practice using these expressions in a drag-and-drop exercise of 20 sentences.
In this learning activity you'll review conditional sentences and match the "if clause" with the correct "result clause."
Learners read the definitions of "say" and "tell" and decide when to use these words in practice sentences.
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 arrange words from abstract or general language to specific language.
In this learning activity you'll use critical thinking, personal opinions, and experiences to develop responses regarding communicating respectfully.
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.
In this learning activity you'll be introduced to the Ad Verecundia fallacy.
In this learning activity you'll practice filling out an outline and writing your own outline for a speech.