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  • 1. Speech 8
    • Introduction to group communication
  • 2. speech 8 on ning
  • 3. syllabus
    • class objectives:
      • demonstrate an understanding of theories and principles of group communication
      • apply and identify group problem solving and decision making strategies
      • evaluate group processes and behaviors
      • demonstrate leadership and group participation skills
      • incorporate goal setting, planning and implementation into a group project
  • 4. syllabus
    • attendance:
      • 100 possible attendance points
      • 1 free absence - afterwards, all attendance points are lost
      • 4 tardies (leaving early or coming late) = 1 absence
  • 5. syllabus
    • late work:
      • one-time ‘late work pass’ located on syllabus
        • 1 grade penalty per class period (or partial class period) late
        • not usable on group assignments, or quizzes
        • no other late work accepted
        • no emailed work accepted
  • 6. syllabus
    • classroom environment:
      • supportive class environment
        • don’t talk while others are talking
        • don’t play with your computer/phone
        • don’t walk in late while others are presenting
        • don’t do other work in class
  • 7. syllabus
    • assignments:
        • quizzes (200 pts)
        • presentations / outlines (475 pts)
        • meeting log (100 pts)
        • reflection paper (75 pts)
        • ning participation (50 pts)
        • attendance (100 pts)
  • 8. syllabus
    • general class schedule :
        • quiz / review quiz
        • lecture
        • activity
        • lecture
        • group work
  • 9. what is communication? sender receiver message feedback sender sends a message to a receiver receiver sends feedback to sender
  • 10. what is communication? sender receiver message feedback encoding decoding sender encodes message sender sends a message to a receiver receiver decodes message receiver encodes feedback receiver sends feedback to sender sender decodes feedback
  • 11. what is communication? sender receiver message feedback encoding decoding sender encodes message sender sends a message to a receiver receiver decodes message receiver encodes feedback receiver sends feedback to sender sender decodes feedback simultaneously
  • 12. what is communication? sender receiver message feedback encoding decoding NOISE (internal / external)
  • 13. what is group communication? communication? with 2 people there are only 2 possible interactions dynamics change with introduction of 3rd person for example: in a group of 5 there are up to 90 possible interactions message / feedback member 1 member 3 member 4 member 2 message / feedback
  • 14. what is a small group? small group: . interaction of . three or more members . interdependent . working toward . common goal
  • 15. types of groups primary secondary
  • 16. advantages / disadvantages to working in groups advantages: superior performance greater member satisfaction more learning better cultural understanding more creativity more engagement
  • 17. advantages / disadvantages to working in groups disadvantages: takes longer! more energy more resources conflict people problems
  • 18. group dialectics individual goals conflict conforming task work homogeneous leadership structure engaged group goals cohesion nonconforming maintenance work heterogeneous followership spontaneity disengaged