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Topics: Interpersonal communication, Communication, Nonverbal communication Pages: 27 (5715 words) Published: April 8, 2015

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

Note, expect elements of this course to change as your professor adapts to your class, individual needs, time constraints, his or her teaching style, and other factors. This course seeks to provide basic consistency in meeting learning objectives, but professors have choices regarding how they guide students to meet those objectives. When in doubt, check your syllabus or ask your course professor.

WEEK
READING ASSIGNMENTS DEVITO TEXTBOOK & SUPPLEMENTAL RESEARCH WRITTEN ASSIGNMENTS
Key assignments are highlighted in yellow.
Final deadline is Sunday of weeks 1-7 and Friday or Wednesday of week 8. MEASURE YOUR SUCCESS
1
Chapter 1 and 2
Example Research Reading
Hullman, G. A., Planisek, A., McNally, J. S., & Rubin, R. B. (2010). Competence, personality, and self-efficacy: Relationships in an undergraduate interpersonal course. Atlantic Journal Of Communication, 18(1), 36-49. doi:10.1080/15456870903340506 1. "Introduction" (under home)

2. Discussion
3. Time 2 Try It
4. Just 4 Fun
5. Journal
1. Foundations of Interpersonal Communication
Why Study Interpersonal Communication
Test Yourself: What Do You Believe about Interpersonal Communication? 2. Culture and Interpersonal Communication
Test Yourself: Ethnocentrism Scale
Test Yourself: What’s Your Cultural Orientation?

2
Chapters 3 and 4
Example Research Reading
Hullman, G. A., Planisek, A., McNally, J. S., & Rubin, R. B. (2010). Competence, personality, and self-efficacy: Relationships in an undergraduate interpersonal course. Atlantic Journal Of Communication, 18(1), 36-49. doi:10.1080/15456870903340506 Floyd, J. (2010). Provocation: Dialogic listening as reachable goal. International Journal of Listening, 24(3), 170-173. doi:10.1080/10904018.2010.513650 1. Discussion

2. Time 2 Try It
3. Just 4 Fun
4. Journal
5. Learn your way around Ebsco Communication and Mass Media Complete: http://park.edu/library/ 6. ALL STUDENTS—no matter their location—are required to submit a Proctor Request: https://proctor.park.edu 3. Perception and the Self and Others in Interpersonal Communication Test Yourself: How’s Your Self-Esteem?

Test Yourself: How Accurate Are You at People Perception?
4. Listening in Interpersonal Communication
Test Yourself: How Do You Listen?

3
Chapters 5 and 6
Example Research Reading
Mayfield, J., & Mayfield, M. (2012). The relationship between leader motivating language and self-efficacy: A partial least squares model analysis. Journal of Business Communication, 49(4), 357-376. doi:10.1177/0021943612456036 Hall, J., Murphy, N., & Mast, M. (2006). Recall of nonverbal cues: Exploring a new definition of interpersonal sensitivity. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 30(4), 141-155. doi:10.1007/s10919-006-0013-3 1. Discussion

2. Time 2 Try It
3. Just 4 Fun
4. Journal:
5. Verbal Messages
Test Yourself: How Assertive Are Your Messages?
Test Yourself: Can You Distinguish Facts from Inferences?
6. Nonverbal Messages
Test Yourself: Do You Avoid Touch?
Test Yourself: What’s Your Time?

4

1. Test--Progress Check one
2. Interpersonal Communication Report Outline and Reference List due to the Dropbox (“Homework”) 3. You professor may not require discussion because the teams actually begin week 5. Teams will be assigned by the end of the week. 4. Time 2 Try It

5. Just 4 Fun:
6. Journal
If you haven’t already, ALL STUDENTS—no matter their location—are required to submit a Proctor Request:: https://proctor.park.edu Focus on researching and organizing your Interpersonal Communication Report (Homework). 5

Chapters 7 and 8
1. Team Discussion.
2. Time 2 Try It
3. Just 4 Fun
4. Journal
7. Emotional Messages
Test Yourself: How Do You Feel about Communicating Feelings? 8. Conversational Messages
Test Yourself: How Polite Are You?
Test Yourself: How Do You Small Talk?

6
Chapter 9 and 10.
1. Team Discussion
2. Time 2 Try It
3. Just 4 Fun
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