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    • Small Group Communication based on the Chapter 3 “Interpersonal Communication Principles for Group Members”- from: Communicating in Groups: Applications and Skills, 5th Edition, 2003 Katherine L. Adams, CALIF STATE U-FRESNO  Gloria  J Galanes, MISSOURI STATE UNIV  John K Brilhart, (Emeritus) University of Nebraska, Omaha Softcover,  368 pages©2003, ISBN-13 9780072483888 Jeopardy
    • SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION JEOPARDY $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 Active Listening Poor Listening Habits TIP Potpourri Listening Priorities of Communication Definitions
      • Definitions
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      • Process of creating, sending, receiving and interpreting signals between people
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      • Any signal that indicates something else and closely matches that which it represents.
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      • Any signal that arbitrarily stands for something else.
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      • The ideas or “what” of a message.
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      • The “how” of a message expressing the perceived relationship between communicators.
      • Priorities
      • Of
      • Communication
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      • This is the responsibility of every group member.
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      • These two predicaments are not necessarily signs of a breakdown in communication.
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      • This type of understanding among group members is impossible.
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      • Coordinating the efforts of group members in a functioning system is more dependent on this-------than on good speaking skills.
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      • Communication is a _________, not a thing or state.
      • Listening
    • $100
      • The Listening Process contains this many steps.
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      • This is a listener who is concerned about how his or her listening behaviors affect relationships.
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      • This is a listener who prefers information from perceived credible sources and is drawn to analyzing information he or she hears.
    • $400
      • This is a listener who is concerned about how his or her listening behaviors contribute to the task at hand.
    • $500
      • This is a listener who values time and is focused on efficient discussion.
      • TIP Potpourri
    • $100
      • These are the two goals that TIP has set for each of its First Year Students.
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      • The TIP Learning Lab is open on these days of the week.
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      • Successfully name 6 of the 8 TIP staff members.
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      • There are this number of Academic Peer Mentors in TIP for 2006-2007.
    • $500
      • This individual is the founder of the TIP program.
      • Poor Listening Habits
    • $100
      • Pretending to Listen to others.
    • $200
      • Prematurely judging another’s comments and then mentally preparing a refutation.
    • $300
      • Interpreting another’s messages based uncritically on a listener’s frame of reference.
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      • Responding to another’s message in an irrelevant manner.
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      • Responding to another’s message defensively because a threat has been perceived.
      • Active Listening Skills
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      • Listening first to understand another’s message before critically judging the message.
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      • Listening that involves concentrating on relevant main ideas for later recall.
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      • This technique helps members understand others more clearly.
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      • Active Listeners do this before they state their evaluations.
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      • As an example of focused-listening during a meeting you may do this to increase your recall ability.
      • Final Jeopardy
      • What was the name of the program that TIP originated from? (Name it and explain it)