Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Buy Now $9.99
Standard view
Full view
of .
Save to My Library
Look up keyword or section
Like this
40Activity

Table Of Contents

3. Research
6. Research is:
18. Organizational features of written and oral works
19. Data collection
20. Readily available data
21. Choosing the right data collection methods
22. Data collection methods
23. Categories of methods
24. Types of research study
26. How much information should you collect?
27. The strengths and weaknesses of research methods
28. Summary chart of data collection methods
29. Portfolio preparation
30. Expository
31. Identifying Issues in your topic
32. Reflective section
33. Examples of genres
34. General Introduction
35. Preface
36. Analytical section
37. Types of writings
38. What is a genre?
39. Different types of genres
40. Levels of comprehension
41. Addressing the requirements of Module One Essay
42. Writer’s Purpose
43. How audience and focus affect your purpose
44. Purpose and audience
45. Intention and purpose of writing
46. Identifying Organizational strategies
47. Organizational Strategies
49. Literary devices
51. Identifying the writer’s purpose or intention
52. Stating the writer’s purpose or intention
54. Writer’s main point or idea
55. Reading for the issue at hand
56. Contexts to which a writer may appeal
57. Effects of the writer’s persona on the message
58. Reliability
59. Evaluating sources
60. Accuracy
MODULE 2: LANGUAGE and MODULE 2: LANGUAGE and COMMUNITY COMMUNITY
61. A language and language
62. Properties or characteristics of language
63. Functions or roles of language
64. Language can also be seen as
65. Language and identity
66. About dialects
67. Standard and non-standard dialects
68. Reasons for a standard dialect
69. Languages are called dialects
70. Standard English in the Caribbean
71. Characteristics of Standard English
72. Arguments for Standard English as a language
73. Creole and Pidgins
74. Creole in a West Indian context
75. Language experiences in the Caribbean
76. Characteristics or features of Creole languages
77. Arguments against Creole as a language
British English American English Creole
79. Creoles and their geographical distributions
80. The Creole Continuum
81. Registers
82. Types of registers
83. Attitudes to language
84. Code-switching
85. Communicative behaviors
MODULE 3: SPEAKING and WRITING MODULE 3: SPEAKING and WRITING
Describe the process of communication
86. The Process of Communication
87. Barriers to communications
88. Forms of Communication
89. Non-verbal communication
90. The importance of non-verbal communication
91. Computerized telecommunications
92. Communication tools
93. Internet
94. Auxiliary Products for the computer
95. Advantages of communication media
96. Disadvantages of these communication media
97. Landline versus Cellular Phones
98. Cell phones
99. Technology then and now
100. Communicating then and now
101. Advantages and Disadvantages of the Internet
102. Social Networking
103. Cultural differences in non-verbal communications
104. Paralanguage
105. Conscious non-verbal communication
Conscious non-verbal communications:
106. Subliminal non-verbal communication
107. Interpreting non-verbal communications
108. Non verbal indicators of positive attitudes
109. Non verbal indicators of negative attitudes
110. Audio Visuals
111. Functions or uses of Visual aids
112. Contexts in which Visual aids can be used
113. Guidelines for use of Audio Visuals
114. Advertisements
115. Campaigns
116. Proposals
117. Speaking
118. Contexts of communication
119. Exposition or Oral Presentation Skills
120. Tips for improving your presentation skills
121. Study Tips for Success
122. Conclusion
Exhibit “A” Listening Comprehension exercise with answers
Exhibit “B” sample essay for module one
Exhibit “C” second sample of Module One essay
Exhibit “D” two sample essays for paper 02 module two
Exhibit “E” sample answer for paper 02 section C
Exhibit “F” Commentary
Exhibit “G” sample portfolio
Exhibit “H” students’ checklist for portfolio
Exhibit “I” format for Cover Page
Exhibit “J” format for General Introduction
Exhibit “K” format for the Preface for the Reflective piece
Exhibit “L” format for critical Analysis
Bibliography Bibliography
P. 1
COMMUNICATION STUDIES

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

Ratings:

1.0

(2)
|Views: 4,353 |Likes:
Published by iUniverseBooks

More info:

Publish date: Sep 21, 2011
Added to Scribd: Sep 26, 2011
Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reservedISBN:9781462053971
List Price: $9.99 Buy Now

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
See more
See less

05/10/2014

209

9781462053971

$9.99

USD

pdf

You're Reading a Free Preview
Pages 4 to 133 are not shown in this preview.
You're Reading a Free Preview
Pages 137 to 209 are not shown in this preview.

Activity (40)

You've already reviewed this. Edit your review.
Shaunte Pearce liked this
ShaniceWhit liked this
1 thousand reads
1 hundred reads
Cătălina Russu liked this
mdavern11 liked this
Aaron Douen liked this
waseem555 liked this
shiv liked this

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->