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Introduction

Deanna Speidel Aboriginal Services Instructor
Tracy Wilson Aboriginal Services Education
Counsellor
Margaret...
Effective Communication
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7 C’s
 Clear
 Concise
 Concrete
 Correct
 Coherent
 Complete
 courteous

http://www.mind...
Clear
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When writing or speaking to someone, be clear about
your goal or message. What is your purpose in
communicating w...
Concise
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When you're concise in your communication, you stick
to the point and keep it brief. Your audience doesn't
want...
Concrete
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When your message is concrete, then your audience
has a clear picture of what you're telling them.
Correct
•

When your communication is correct, it fits your
audience
Coherent
•

All points are connected and relevant to the main
topic, and the tone and flow of the text is consistent
Complete
•

In a complete message, the audience has everything
they need to be informed and, if applicable, take
action
Courteous


Courteous communication is friendly, open, and honest
Communication Strategies
Listening
Speaking
Reading
Writing
Social
Critical thinking
Verbal and Nonverbal Communication
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Facial expression
Posture
Tone
Body Language
Written and oral
SIAST has had a comprehensive Education Equity Program
since 1990.


This allows us to work towards developing a student
...
To achieve our Education Equity goals
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we take measures to identify, eliminate and/or reduce
systemic practices that may...
Student Involvement
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SIAST Aboriginal student Achievement plan
Aboriginal English Language learner
SIAST has had ...
ABORIGINAL STUDENT SUCCESS STRATEGY Final Report of the
Committee
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The ultimate goal of the initiative is to achieve a
r...
Aboriginal English Language Learner
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Differences: world view, values,
language processing time
Repeat fai...
What is “good” communication
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The words you say
How you phrase your words
Body language and facial expression
H...
Diversity in the classroom

Star quilt activity
Communication Activity
The styles include passive, aggressive, passive- aggressive
and assertive
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Passive communicators
Aggressive communicat...
The styles include passive, aggressive, passive- aggressive
and assertive
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

Passive communicators.
Aggressive communica...
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Deanna Spiedel, Tracy Wilson and Margaret Campbell spoke to SIAST instructors about Communication in the Classroom. The 7 Cs of Communication and the four communication styles were discussed.

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  • 1. ClearWhen writing or speaking to someone, be clear about your goal or message. What is your purpose in communicating with this person? If you're not sure, then your audience won't be sure either2. ConciseWhen you're concise in your communication, you stick to the point and keep it brief. Your audience doesn't want to read six sentences when you could communicate your message in three3. ConcreteWhen your message is concrete, then your audience has a clear picture of what you're telling them.4. CorrectWhen your communication is correct, it fits your audience5. CoherentWhen your communication is coherent, it's logical. All points are connected and relevant to the main topic, and the tone and flow of the text is consistent6. CompleteIn a complete message, the audience has everything they need to be informed and, if applicable, take action7. Courteous Courteous communication is friendly, open, and honest. There are no hidden insults or passive-aggressive tones. You keep your reader's viewpoint in mind, and you're empathetic to their needs
  • is when an individual does not assert themselves, fails to express their feelings, needs or opinions, tend to speak softly or apologetically and exhibit poor eye contact and body posture. Many allow others to infringe on their personal rights intentionally or inadvertently.try to dominate, control, humiliate, blame or attack others to get their way. They are often loud, demanding, rude interrupt others often and have low impulse control. Aggressive communicators will act threateningly, use “you” statements and often not listen well.
  • is when an individual does not assert themselves, fails to express their feelings, needs or opinions, tend to speak softly or apologetically and exhibit poor eye contact and body posture. Many allow others to infringe on their personal rights intentionally or inadvertentlytry to dominate, control, humiliate, blame or attack others to get their way. They are often loud, demanding, rude interrupt others often and have low impulse control. Aggressive communicators will act threateningly, use “you” statements and often not listen well
  • Transcript of "Communication classroom talk"

    1. 1. Introduction Deanna Speidel Aboriginal Services Instructor Tracy Wilson Aboriginal Services Education Counsellor Margaret Campbell Learning Services Instructor
    2. 2. Effective Communication  7 C’s  Clear  Concise  Concrete  Correct  Coherent  Complete  courteous http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newCS_85.htm
    3. 3. Clear  When writing or speaking to someone, be clear about your goal or message. What is your purpose in communicating with this person? If you're not sure, then your audience won't be sure either
    4. 4. Concise • When you're concise in your communication, you stick to the point and keep it brief. Your audience doesn't want to read six sentences when you could communicate your message in three
    5. 5. Concrete  When your message is concrete, then your audience has a clear picture of what you're telling them.
    6. 6. Correct • When your communication is correct, it fits your audience
    7. 7. Coherent • All points are connected and relevant to the main topic, and the tone and flow of the text is consistent
    8. 8. Complete • In a complete message, the audience has everything they need to be informed and, if applicable, take action
    9. 9. Courteous  Courteous communication is friendly, open, and honest
    10. 10. Communication Strategies Listening Speaking Reading Writing Social Critical thinking
    11. 11. Verbal and Nonverbal Communication      Facial expression Posture Tone Body Language Written and oral
    12. 12. SIAST has had a comprehensive Education Equity Program since 1990.  This allows us to work towards developing a student body that represents every segment of Saskatchewan's population. The Education Equity program, in accordance with Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission guidelines, seeks to assure enrolment and graduation of these designated groups: members of visible minority groups
    13. 13. To achieve our Education Equity goals • we take measures to identify, eliminate and/or reduce systemic practices that may have the effect of creating discriminatory barriers for members from the designated groups.
    14. 14. Student Involvement     SIAST Aboriginal student Achievement plan Aboriginal English Language learner SIAST has had a comprehensive Education Equity Program since 1990. This allows us to work towards developing a student body that represents every segment of Saskatchewan's population. The Education Equity program, in accordance with Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission guidelines, seeks to assure enrolment and graduation of these designated groups: members of visible minority groups To achieve our Education Equity goals, we take measures to identify, eliminate and/or reduce systemic practices that may have the effect of creating discriminatory barriers for members from the designated groups.
    15. 15. ABORIGINAL STUDENT SUCCESS STRATEGY Final Report of the Committee  The ultimate goal of the initiative is to achieve a representative Aboriginal student population in all SIAST programs and to have an Aboriginal student program completion rate that is equivalent to the general student population. The initiative includes 21 actions for SIAST to undertake to address systemic barriers that are faced by Aboriginal students
    16. 16. Aboriginal English Language Learner         Differences: world view, values, language processing time Repeat failures Negative self-messages Silence or removed presence in the classroom Student frustration Embarrassment to ask questions Labels & non-verbal communication
    17. 17. What is “good” communication      The words you say How you phrase your words Body language and facial expression How well people are able to understand you and how well you understand others It includes talking listening, writing, reading
    18. 18. Diversity in the classroom Star quilt activity Communication Activity
    19. 19. The styles include passive, aggressive, passive- aggressive and assertive   Passive communicators Aggressive communicators
    20. 20. The styles include passive, aggressive, passive- aggressive and assertive   Passive communicators. Aggressive communicators
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