DEPARTMENT CRITIQUE

Katie Wendt
EXCEEDED EXPECTATION
 Relationships: Knowledge of the manner in
which communication creates, maintains and
transforms rel...
REASONS
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My own faults
Dif ferent communication styles/techniques
Intercultural Communication
Gender Communicati...
GENDER COMMUNICATION
 Logic/Emotions
MY OWN FAULTS
 Egocentric
NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION
 “Illustrators, for instance, are learned nonverbal behaviors
that accentuate, emphasize, punctua...
REFERENCES

Beebe, S. A ., Beebe, S. J., & Redmond, M. V. (2011) Interpersonal
Communication: Relating to Others. 6 th ed....
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  1. 1. DEPARTMENT CRITIQUE Katie Wendt
  2. 2. EXCEEDED EXPECTATION  Relationships: Knowledge of the manner in which communication creates, maintains and transforms relationships, and the ability to engage in ef fective and productive relational communication.
  3. 3. REASONS      My own faults Dif ferent communication styles/techniques Intercultural Communication Gender Communication Interpersonal Communication  Listening challenges
  4. 4. GENDER COMMUNICATION  Logic/Emotions
  5. 5. MY OWN FAULTS  Egocentric
  6. 6. NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION  “Illustrators, for instance, are learned nonverbal behaviors that accentuate, emphasize, punctuate, elaborate or frame the verbal message” (Brownell, 2013, p 196).  Touch/Eye contact
  7. 7. REFERENCES Beebe, S. A ., Beebe, S. J., & Redmond, M. V. (2011) Interpersonal Communication: Relating to Others. 6 th ed. Boston, MA: Pearson. Brownell, J. (2013). Listening: Principles and Applications . New Jersey; Pearson Education Inc.

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