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Module2 communication

  1. 1. Module 2 – FORProfessionalism in ServiceLearningoOpening sequence is of talking head or clipof lecturer giving background of module.An example of Communication is given in thenext slide in the sceanario of a student beingneglected and ignored by the staff of theplacement they are in.SCRIPT will be provided for avatar voice over.When the video finishes, thefollowing instructions appearsfrom the avatarPDF of Communication requiredfor students guide.PDF Pages 7
  2. 2. Module 2 – FORProfessionalism in ServiceLearningMODELS OF REFLECTIVEoOpening sequence is of talking head or clipof lecturer giving background of module.AVATAR TALKS ABOUT WHY IT WAS SOIMPORTANT TO USE REFLECTIVE PRACTICE INTHE SERVICE LEARNING EXPERIENCE.After viewing the different models ofReflective practices, students are to selectone model for each scenario they attempt.Students do not need to do all thescenarios, but do need to try out each model.The RP models or the Theory will support thescenarios or the practice.CLICK on the avatar to find instructions.
  3. 3. Module 2 – FORProfessionalism in ServiceLearningCOMMUNICATION - examplePREservice student watches the first clip asan example of how to handle a difficultsituation in a placement.When the video finishes, listen tothe lecturers comments on whatwent wrong in scenario ofcommunication.And then an example of usingcorrect strategies.The avatar comes back with whatshe did to support her emotionalfeels.PDF
  4. 4. Module 2 – FORProfessionalism in ServiceLearningCommunication SCENARIO1.SCOMMuNICATION strategyNow, your turn. Watch the next Mouse over thescenario, which presents with an correct resonseincorrect way to communicate in A.a service learning experience. B. C.READ THE ATTACHED DOCUMENTand then reflect how you would D.change the situation around. E..Check your responses on theright.
  5. 5. Professionalism in ServiceLearningCOMMUNICATION –SCENARIO2When the video finishes, listen tothe lecturers comments on what Mouse over thewent wrong in scenario of correct resonsecommunication. A. B. C.Click the next button D. E..
  6. 6. Professionalism in ServiceLearning-COMMUNICATIONSCENARIO 3SCRIPT will be provided for avatar voice over.When the video finishes, thefollowing instructions appearsfrom the avatarPDF of Communication requiredfor students guide.PDF pages
  7. 7. Module 2 – FORProfessionalism in ServiceLearningSENARIO 4SCRIPT will be provided for avatar voice over.When the video finishes, thefollowing instructions appearsfrom the avatarPDF of Communication requiredfor students guide.PDF pages
  8. 8. Professionalism in ServiceLearningCOMMUNICATIONSCENARIO 5When the video finishes, listen tothe lecturers comments on whatwent wrong in scenario ofcommunication.Click the next buttonTo watch the next video.
  9. 9. Module 2 – FORProfessionalism in ServiceLearningINTERPERSONAL SKILLS 1SCRIPT will be provided for avatarvoice over.When the videofinishes, the followinginstructions appears fromthe avatarPDF of INTERPERSONALSKILLS required
  10. 10. Module 2 – FORProfessionalism in ServiceLearningINTERPERSONAL SKILLS 2When the video finishes, listen tothe lecturers comments on whatwent wrong in scenario ofcommunication.
  11. 11. Module 2 – FOR Professionalism in Service Learning INTERPERSONAL SKILLS 3When the video finishes, listen tothe lecturers comments on whatwent wrong in scenario ofcommunication.
  12. 12. Professionalism in ServiceLearningINTERPERSONAL SKILLS 4SCRIPT will be provided for avatar voice over.When the video finishes, thefollowing instructions appearsfrom the avatarPDF pages
  13. 13. Professionalism in ServiceLearningINTERPERSONAL SKILLS 5SCRIPT will be provided for avatar voice over.When the video finishes, thefollowing instructions appearsfrom the avatarPDF pages
  14. 14. Module 2 – FORProfessionalism in ServiceLearningPERSONAL STRATEGIES 1oOpening sequence is of talking head or clipof lecturer giving background of module.When the video finishes, listen tothe lecturers comments on whatwent wrong in scenario ofcommunication.
  15. 15. Module 2 – FORProfessionalism in ServiceLearningINTERPERSONAL SKILLS 2oOpening sequence is of talking head or clipof lecturer giving background of module.An example of Communication is given in thenext slide in the sceanario of a student beingneglected and ignored by the staff of theplacement they are in.SCRIPT will be provided for avatar voice over.When the video finishes, thefollowing instructions appearsfrom the avatarPDF of Communication requiredfor students guide.PDF pages
  16. 16. Module 2 – FORProfessionalism in ServiceLearningINTERPERSONAL SKILLS 3oOpening sequence is of talking head or clipof lecturer giving background of module.An example of Communication is given in thenext slide in the sceanario of a student beingneglected and ignored by the staff of theplacement they are in.SCRIPT will be provided for avatar voice over.When the video finishes, thefollowing instructions appearsfrom the avatarPDF of Communication requiredfor students guide.PDF pages
  17. 17. Module 2 – FORProfessionalism in ServiceLearningpersonal strategies 4SCRIPT will be provided for avatar voice over.When the video finishes, thefollowing instructions appearsfrom the avatarPDF personal strategies requiredfor students guide.PDF pages
  18. 18. Module 2 – FORProfessionalism in ServiceLearningINTERPERSONAL SKILLS - 5When the video finishes, listen tothe lecturers comments on whatwent wrong in scenario ofcommunication.
  19. 19. Module 2 – FORProfessionalism in ServiceLearningREFLECTIVE PRACTICEoOpening sequence is of talking head or clipof lecturer giving background of module.When the video finishes, listen tothe lecturers comments on whatwent wrong in scenario ofcommunication.
  20. 20. Module 2 – FORProfessionalism in ServiceLearningMODELS OF REFLECTIVEoOpening sequence is of talking head or clipof lecturer giving background of module.When the video finishes, listen tothe lecturers comments on whatwent wrong in scenario ofcommunication.
  21. 21. Module 2 – FORProfessionalism in ServiceLearningMoDELS OF REFLECTIVE PracticeFrom the practice of using RP models,Students are to write in their journalswhich model/s they will use to createtheir own RP model for theirUse on the SL experience.

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