Responding is the area of listening that involves giving feedback or answering a question. I tend to give more feedback than is required. I imaging I am my subconsciously trying to control the conversation, but I need to be more aware of the other parties goals of the communication process. For instance, I can talk to my girlfriend about a topic and a few minutes into the conversation she can recall exactly what was said and I cannot. Like an argument about who’s turn it is to do the pamper change.
I have seen mothers react after presentation of the Whooley questions, with a sheepish “No” on occasion. Sometimes the HV will delve further and sometimes they will not. I have also seen the questions be addressed at the end of a visit, when the HV is almost out of the door. Regardless of the answer this approach cannot be conducive to getting the best response or making her feel time is available to talk
He could have talked it out with Jan before getting so upset with each other about each one saying something that they did not want said to anyone other than their selves. They should have taken responsibility for their thought, feelings, and issues when they talked about what was said to each other. 2. How do you perceive Jan’s effort to convince Ken to forgive her? Based on what you have learned in this chapter, suggest two ways she might more effectively seek Ken’s forgiveness.
Instead, Christine waited until one week before the project was due to try to figure out a solution. By waiting as long as she did, Christine became a social facilitator for Mikes social loafing. According to our textbook, a team leader can redefine roles for each team member so that social loafer are more visible and can be held accountable by each other. The primary problem that Christine faces is holding each member of her team accountable for his or her specific roles. Mike recognized that if he comes up with an excuse then Christine would just pickup the slack as evident in the case study when Mike called Christine saying he was going through a rough period due to a combination of school, work and problem with his girlfriend.
This lets the audience understand that I’m being diplomatic towards Creon by putting the fault on myself and not on him. It also shows the audience how I am being level headed with Creon which also emphasises the respect. At the beginning he also appears as a concerned citizen. I would perform the line “And as your son, my most useful function, is to keep you in touch with what other people are thinking.” I would say second sentence in a voice of reason. This is to show the audience how I am trying to talk sense to Creon and to stop what he is
Being close-minded in my thinking as I 'assume' certain things are truth can make or break me in presentation. One way to aid myself in the attempt to not make assumptions, I can put myself in the role of my biggest opponent and ask the many questions that I envision them asking me in a group forum. This will afford me the opportunity to have the answers ready to be thoroughly answered. Fallacies are often used in written, oral, and visual arguments. In the quest to avoid fallacies in my own thinking, it is first necessary to understand what fallacies are.
After years of her parents, Louis and Tom, persistently trying to teach her to lip read and speak, Lynn made little progress. They faced many obstacles and hopes. They tried using a hearing aid, audio trainer, gave her lessons, and spoke to Lynn as much as they could. Besides from these measures, Lynn was not making as much progress as they hoped. After years of believing Lynn must become vocal they were introduced to the idea of Lynn using sign language to communicate.
Then by Friday the students were to write an additional paragraph but in a quiz manner and then she had another student read the essay out loud checking for the proper content from what they had just studied.</P> | * | * | * 11. | * Assess Leslie's teaching using the effective teaching characteristics outlined in Figure 11.1. * Your Answer: | * First of all Leslie is an English teacher and she presented two English paragraphs to her students, one being written with proper English grammar and the second paragraph written with in proper grammar. She then broke down each sentence and picked different students to explain what part of the sentence was wrong. Second, I think she really cared
After setting the boundaries during our first session, my client started to talk and I just let her carry on, she seemed to need to get everything out in the open and just talk, I let her carry on, and in this way I had a complete picture of the problem. “It is the client who know what hurts, what experiences have been deeply buried” (www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Carl_Rogers) My client presented with a problem which involved her son’s
It provides feedback from the facial expressions of those in the audience. I feel that often times I make the correct facial expressions during a speech, however, like most people I would stay that posture seems to be my downfall with body movements. I know that of the few speeches I have had to deliver and very few that sometimes I would notice myself standing straight almost stiff. I know that this is probably due to fear, however, there are times during a speech which you would want a more relaxed body posture. I do make appropriate use of gestures that relate to my speech and would help deepen the understanding.