Students will demonstrate fundamental oral communication competencies.
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Use context-appropriate oral messages: concrete expressions of thought, connotation vs. denotation, dialects, International Phonetic Alphabet, jargon, slang, standard English, words and symbols
Demonstrate appropriate critical, empathetic, appreciative, and reflective listening skills in formal and informal situations: active listening behaviors, false assumptions, loaded terms, notetaking, sarcasm
Analyze the reduction of communication barriers (e.g., intrapersonal, adversarial mindset, bias, communication, apprehension, environment, noise, nonverbal communication, perception, proxemics/spatial, reticence, semantics)
Discuss effective nonverbal communication skills: attire, facial expressions, gestures, body language
Apply principles of ethical communication appropriate to context: academic honesty, bias, communication responsibility, plagiarism, respect for diversity