Ch 2 P 25 28

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Ch 2 P 25 28

  1. 1. Pages  25-­‐28  
  2. 2.   Will  be  on  both  ends  of  comments     Apply  to  speech  construction     Word  choice     Body  movement     Other  things    
  3. 3.   Affects  relationships  with  classmates  
  4. 4.   Affects  how  much  you  learn  from  each   presentation  
  5. 5.   Learning  to  give  &  receive  comments     Grow  in  spiritual  discipleship     Grow  as  a  member  of  the  work  force     Grow  as  a  “Boss”     Grow  as  a  family  member  
  6. 6.   Designed  to  build  up     Gives  suggestions  to  improve  speech  and   presentation   As iron sharpens iron, a friend sharpens a friend.                          Proverbs  27:17  
  7. 7. Think  of  constructive  ways  to  comment  on  the  following  problems.   (Write  a  sample  of  what  would  be  considered  constructive  criticism)   1. Jim’s  speech  seemed  to  consist  of  several   disconnected  ideas.   2.   Louisa  finished  her  last  point  and  sat  down.  Her   speech  seemed  to  need  something  more.   3.   Aliya  pushed  back  her  hair  and  played  with  her   sleeves  while  she  was  speaking.   4.   Vinny  looked  at  the  floor  and  out  the  window   during  his  speech.  
  8. 8.   Do  NOT  take  it  as  a  personal  attack     About  the  speech,  not  you     Evaluations  are  important  to  help   speaker  take  a  careful  look  
  9. 9.   Specify  –  pinpoint  the  actions       Approve  –  praise  something       Focus  –  be  current,  don’t  look  back     Empathize–  treat  others  like  yourself     Respect–  attack  problem  not  person  
  10. 10.  Glean-­‐-­‐learn  what  you  can    Accept—don’t  be  defensive    Implement—apply  suggestions    Normalize—utilize  in  regular                                                            speaking  

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