Mae Francess P. Bato CC11
Serving as a final exam for this semester, our class was divided into several groups, and each group were given the opportunity to choose a topic that discussed in the whole semester to be presented in the class. My group (Ms. Cabigting, Ms. De Guzman and Mr. Guy) chose Perception as the topic that we will present. At first, I was anxious because the output serves as our final exam grade and it will be done by group. I have never experienced doing an exam by group, so the feeling is quite uncomfortable; it’s really challenging. How-am-I-going-to-surpass-all-of-these feeling is in me, but I should get through. The good thing about my group is that we were able to agree with our ideas. I know how hard it is when a person in a group is always against with the idea of the other, and in some point, it often leads to misunderstanding or conflict. I’m blissful that I was placed in a group with responsible members. Doing our job for our output for Perception became a sort kind of review for me for the course. Perception is the process by which we become aware of objects, events, and people and their behaviors through our senses. That’s why in communication, perception is extremely essential; it enable individuals to see things in their own point-of-view. Being able to understand perception made me sensitive in dealing with different individuals, it made me put my feet on the shoes of other people. I could say that, perhaps, not all people know what Perception is, they are not aware of the different factors of it that’s why some are not effective communicators. Our group aims to show a presentation that is worthy to be shown, not only in the class, but also to other people outside the school. In my first semester as a Communication Major student, I...
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