1.1 Describe how memory impairment can affect the ability of an individual with dementia to use verbal language. Words are hard to come by and they can struggle over the appropriate word to the point that it interrupts their flow of conversation; sometimes they will select the wrong word. This is very frustrating but in some forms of dementia it can also mean they lose short term memory and will repeat themselves, not remembering that they have told you about their day or not remembering your answers e.g. asking over and over is it Thursday today? This makes conversation stilted and difficult to maintain.
This issue is affecting immigrant families, children and child care setting because they are unable to communicate in English very well and this barrier affects them emotionally, physically and mentally. Families may face issues in communicating with people in the same neighbourhood; they won’t be able to socialize with the people who are living in their surroundings. Even people, who belong from the same country as them, might make fun of them and look down upon them as they are unable to speak English
These root causes are Carl Robins and ABC, Inc. Carl may have exaggerated his qualifications prior to hiring. Additionally, according to the timeline presented, it would seem that Mr. Robins is disorganized and lacks the initiative to follow through. Additionally, Carl Robin’s attention to detail and lack of effective time management skills are severely lacking. Mr. Robin’s also should have informed ABC, Inc. that he was struggling to make progress on his assigned task. One must ask, Did ABC Inc. provide proper training to Mr. Robins
Christopher has some English language but the care workers sometimes have difficulty understanding his speech because of his strong accent. Sometimes Christopher will talk about places and events from the past which the care staff have difficulty identifying with. Some care staff think that he is confused and that trying to communicate with him is a waste of time. Christopher sometimes becomes stressed because he is lonely and has no one to talk to. A strategy to overcome the memory loss, even if it isn’t that bad, may be to repeat what you are saying, so that he can understand more clearly what is being said.
Back in slave times, the slaves had poor language skills because they were not taught to read and write. Now, people who live in underprivileged parts of the city or the, "hood" tend to have poor language skills due to not going to school and learning correct grammar. In conclusion, language is a very powerful tool that if not used properly can be hurtful. Individual words, such as profanities, are just as significant as full sentences. Also how a person was raised and prior education can affect how a person uses language, but people can abuse language no matter where they come
What works for one salesman may not work for another. Some may like recognition and some may not. There are many different things you need to learn about each salesman before you can effectively manage them, and that takes time. It is also not fair to the salesman to have to keep reporting to a different district manager each time they are replaced. This will cause a lack of consistency in teaching from the management side and discipline of the employee in balancing both clients and management.
Question 1: There are several major problems facing the credit card division. First and foremost, their customers are not satisfied with the services they have been receiving, but BankUSA seems to think they are doing a good job. The discrepancies between the consumer and the company lead to more issues within, causing them to have a rocky internal system. In order to better communicate with their customers, BankUSA is trying to implement a new internal and external survey that helps them see eye to eye. Other problems that BankUSA is facing are low employee morale and miscommunications within, which become evident when they try to discuss options for improving the surveys and employees give conflicting feedback.
The upper and middle class use an accent called Received Pronounciation and the dialect is known as standard English. The Queen uses R.P and therefore it is seen as the ‘proper’ way to talk in England, However, working class people use a regional accent. This implied that they have not moved around a lot and they have not adopted any other accent. Perceiving others is defined as assessing others, on the basis of their verbal and non-verbal communication. We make perceptions to remember information, maintain our self and view of reality and to reduce anxiety.
I was wrong. I was not aware that there was such thing as non-verbal communication or differences in the way other than American culture communicated. Today I will talk about the meanings of verbal and non-verbal communication, the differences in how my culture and the American culture interpret certain communication and how learning and understanding the differences in the cultures helped my relationships with family and friends. So what is communication? As per Webster’s dictionary, communication is the act or process of using words, sounds, signs, or behaviors to express or exchange information or to express your ideas, thoughts, feelings, etc., to someone else.
Jenee Buchwalder Mrs. Leirssano Seminar Advanced English 1, 2 13 April 2010 The Effects of Media with Character Restrictions on the English Language Text messaging abbreviations tend to have a negative connotation to them, based on irritated English teachers who have witnessed various errors due to them. Nonetheless, there have always been people trying to “up the ante” by taking it a step further. Take IMO, for instance. These words have been transformed into IMHO, IMCO, IMHBCO, and IMNSHO (in my humble/considered/humble but considered/not so humble opinion, respectively) (Txtng 53). David Crystal indicates, “This is a form of language play... [the desire to] outdo what has been done before.” This type of minor changes of words are a prime example of the effects of text messaging media on the English language.