Describe a person and time where you observed superior communication skills. What did the person do to make you feel like they were superior communicators? What made the moment memorable? What impact did that person and moment have on your life?
Congratulations, you have now completed your first speech in class! What have you learned about yourself when it comes to giving speeches? How can you improve for future speeches? What do you feel you got right? What do you feel you got wrong? What words of encouragement would you have for a future student who may be about to give their first speech?
Please answer the following questions in your initial journal response. What did you most enjoy doing the first week of school (Provide a clear example)? Who made you feel good this past week (How)? Is there anything you did this past week that you wish you’d done differently (What)?
What is your career goal? How will knowing your strengths, weaknesses and preferences (as learned through the hemispheric dominance inventory) assist you in choosing and/or changing your career goal? How will knowing your brain dominance assist you in obtaining your career goal?
What was the most interesting thing you discovered after completing the hemispheric dominance inventory? What made the discovery interesting? - If you felt the hemispheric dominance inventory was wrong, tell me why you felt like the analysis was incorrect?
What traits are most important for a skilled communicator? What is the strongest trait you possess as a communicator? What is the trait you need to work on the most as a communicator? Why? (Note: Please answer all questions) - Follow directions located to the right on the computer or located below on a mobile device.
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