Writing a Journal for Speech Class

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-Journal for speech class

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-JOURNAL mustn't be more than 3 pages (maximum)

MINIMUM PAGES- 2

JOURNAL #1 UNDERSTANDING COMMUNICATION POINTS: 100 (10%) LENGTH: 2-3 PAGES INSTRUCTIONS 1. PROJECT BACKGROUND AND DESCRIPTION ➢ Practical Value: You have encountered written, visual, oral and non-verbal messages in your lifetime that have shaped your understanding and appreciation of yourself and others. This assignment allows you to question how those messages may have altered or shaped your perception of yourself and others. This activity will improve your ability to understand simple and complex communication concepts and apply them to your lived experiences. ➢ Practical Skills: You will improve your reading, comprehension, critical thinking, intrapersonal, listening, analytical, writing, time management, compliance, intercultural and reflective skills. ➢ 2. PROJECT SCOPE ➢ Purpose: The purpose of this journal is to personalize communication concepts as you attempt to clarify how written, visual, oral and non-verbal messages have impacted your understanding and appreciation of yourself, your peers and your world. 3. REQUIREMENTS ➢ Cover Page: Be creative. ➢ Format: Typed and double-spaced. Handwritten journals will not be accepted. ➢ Margins: One-inch margins. ➢ Font: Times New Roman. ➢ Font Size: 12 pt. ➢ Length: Minimum 2 pages. Maximum 3 pages. ➢ There is a 50-point deduction for failing to write at least 2 full pages. ➢ Submission: Please submit your journal on E-Campus by 7AM on the due date. Please remember to spell check your work. It is important that journals demonstrate your understanding of course concepts, and that you are able to see examples in your daily life. Do not recycle textbook examples. Be creative, funny, critical and more. JOURNAL 1JOURNAL 1 © SPENCE 1 4. DELIVERABLES In your journals, please complete the following tasks➢ Step 1: Define communication. Describe how and why it is important. ➢ Step 2: Define, them describe similarities and differences between the transactional and linear communication models. ➢ Step 3: Define and describe self-concept explain how it is related to communication. ➢ Step 4: Describe how communication has shaped your self-concept. ➢ Step 5: Define culture and describe how culture has shaped your self-concept (Do not recycle textbook examples discuss your ideas and experiences). ➢ Step 6: Define intercultural communication. Discuss challenges you have encountered in intercultural relationships or interactions and describe how you have overcome the challenges you discussed. 5. TIME MANAGEMENT ➢ Late Work: Late journals will not be accepted ➢ Correct format: Handwritten journals and printed journals will not be accepted. ➢ Submission: Please submit your paper before 7AM on the due date. 6. RUBRIC ➢ Outstanding — 90-100: Awarded to the student who has applied several concepts from the text and lecture and has incorporated relevant personal experiences. It is apparent that this student clearly understands the material and the instructions for the assignment. This person has few spelling & grammatical errors. The journal consistently conforms to font size and style requirements including margins and page length. ➢ Good — 80-89: Awarded to the student who has applied some concepts from the text and lecture and has incorporated personal experiences. It is apparent that this student understands the material and the instructions for the assignment. This person has some spelling & grammatical errors. The journal conforms to font size and style requirements including margins and page length. ➢ Fair — 70-79: Awarded to the student who has mentioned at least one concept from the text and has incorporated a personal experience. This person did not demonstrate a clear understanding of the assignment. There are numerous spelling & grammatical errors. The journal conforms to font size and style requirements including margins and page length. ➢ Poor — 60-69: Awarded to the student who fails to apply concepts from the text or lecture. This person did not demonstrate a clear understanding of the assignment. There are numerous spelling & grammatical errors. The journal does not consistently conform to font size and style requirements including margins and page length. ➢ Insufficient — 0-59: Awarded to the student who fails to apply concepts from the text or lecture. This student has late work, incomplete work, or fails to submit work. Submitted materials are not related to the assignment. - The journal does not conform to font size and style requirements including margins and page length. (i.e. - Turned in 1 ½ pages instead of 2-3 pages.) JOURNAL 1JOURNAL 1 © SPENCE 2

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EagleEye1
School: University of Maryland

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With the need for socialization on the rise due to exitance of very many individuals,
communication seems to be the best and most profound way to reach and understand one
another. In this case, communication is the exchange of information through speaking, or writing
or any other medium. Communication is essential because it enables the passing of information
from one person to another. Most people often communicate to understand each other and
express themselves to others. If I need help, I have to communicate to receive assistance.
The linear model of communication is referred to as a one-way communication model to
other individuals, on the other hand, the transitional communication model is a two-way
communication model. Both models communicate information, but the difference ...

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