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Kerber, Anne – Communication Teacher, 2020
Courses: Undergraduate or graduate organizational communication courses. Objectives: The goals for this single-class activity are for students to identify and analyze differing viewpoints on globalization, and to apply organizational communication concepts to an international case study of policy responses to globalization.
Descriptors: Global Approach, Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, Class Activities
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Rood, Craig – Communication Teacher, 2020
As a communication educator, the author's goal is to help students examine and understand how communication addresses--or, in this case, fails to address--public problems such as gun violence. Communication concepts can provide insight about America's bewildering debates about gun violence, and in turn, these debates can help illustrate and refine…
Descriptors: Weapons, Violence, Social Problems, Persuasive Discourse
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Owlett, Jennifer – Communication Teacher, 2020
This single-class activity provides an opportunity for students to understand qualities of the dark side of interpersonal communication better. To achieve this goal, students review a series of articles from "The New York Times'" "Modern Love" column. Students are introduced to the dark side of interpersonal communication and…
Descriptors: Intimacy, Interpersonal Communication, Class Activities, Periodicals
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Hall, Robert D. – Communication Teacher, 2020
This piece builds upon literature using media to teach not only college students in economics, social justice, and sociology, but also those college students in family and interpersonal communication as well. I provide a resource aimed to engage and expand students' understanding thoughtfully of two well-known family communication and…
Descriptors: Family Environment, College Students, Social Justice, Family Relationship
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Phillips, Kaitlin E.; Forsythe, Katherine E. – Communication Teacher, 2020
Every time we join an organization, we go through the socialization process, which is often not as explicit as we might like. Although organizations often provide handbooks for role-related information, there is no such formal structure for cultural information. In order to understand the socialization process and the value it has for both the…
Descriptors: Role Playing, Teaching Methods, Socialization, Organizational Culture
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Bowe, Brian J.; Blom, Robin; Davenport, Lucinda D. – Communication Teacher, 2020
Although most higher education programs include a capstone course to culminate the student experience, program directors disagree on what the experience should look like. Updating previous research, this study examined the main goals, teaching methods, and subject areas covered in journalism and mass communication capstone courses. It also…
Descriptors: Journalism Education, Mass Media, Capstone Experiences, Higher Education
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Jones-Bodie, Ashley – Communication Teacher, 2020
In many classroom conversations when exploring critical communication issues such as gender and race, students are often unable to identify the relevance of past events and uninterested in exploring the concepts. This activity was created as a way to help students uncover the significance of events and movements from which they feel disconnected.…
Descriptors: Interpersonal Communication, History, Relevance (Education), Communication Skills
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Cruz, Carlos – Communication Teacher, 2020
Rap music is an essential component of hip-hop culture and hip-hop pedagogy. The activity uses music, in particular hip-hop music, as a means of teaching the Johari Window. Students were required to complete the Johari Window panels (open, blind, hidden, unknown) using lyrics from popular songs. The article details this activity and its…
Descriptors: Music, Popular Culture, Interpersonal Communication, Communication Skills
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Thomas, Lindsey J. – Communication Teacher, 2020
Courses: Communication Research Methods Survey; Qualitative Communication Research Methods. Objectives: It is appropriate to conduct this activity throughout a unit focused on methods of analyzing qualitative data. Implemented during two separate class periods, this activity will help students to differentiate, practice, and reflect on two types…
Descriptors: College Students, Content Analysis, Qualitative Research, Learning Activities
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Bonnet, Jennifer L.; Rosenbaum, Judith E. – Communication Teacher, 2020
In an era where claims of "fake news" abound and more people turn to social media for their daily updates, knowing how to find and critically appraise information is more important than ever. The workshop discussed in this article aims to provide college students with the news literacy needed to make educated decisions about the…
Descriptors: Misconceptions, Bias, Literacy Education, Critical Thinking
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Kerr, Anna M.; Shaub, Tracy; Casapulla, Sharon; Smith, Chynna; Manzi, Joel – Communication Teacher, 2020
The purpose of the proposed activity is to explore topics of identity negotiation and passing while applying the skills of narrative medicine. This activity is part of a larger narrative medicine curriculum designed to help future physicians embrace a narrative approach to reduce social injustices and ultimately to improve their relationships with…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Inclusion, Personal Narratives, Medicine
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Travis, Eryn – Communication Teacher, 2020
Courses: The exercise is designed for an introduction to public-speaking course or a "basic course" with a major public-speaking assignment. Objectives: By the end of this activity, students will be able to (1) identify their own misconceptions about public speaking, (2) recognize the relevance of public-speaking skills to their career…
Descriptors: Public Speaking, Freehand Drawing, Introductory Courses, Misconceptions
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Walton, Justin D. – Communication Teacher, 2020
Courses: Introduction to Communication Studies, Rhetorical/Media Criticism, Political Communication, Language and Social Interaction. Objectives: The aims of this single-class activity are (1) to emphasize the complexities of communication competence; (2) to differentiate between appropriate and inappropriate communication behaviors; and (3) to…
Descriptors: Communications, Semantics, Teaching Methods, Political Attitudes
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Hunter, Karla M.; Westwick, Joshua – Communication Teacher, 2020
Course: Small Group Communication. Objectives: Students will identify their personality traits; synthesize the relationship between personality, small-group interdependence, and grouphate; and apply collaborative skills and knowledge of individual personality differences in building small-group success.
Descriptors: Communication Skills, Group Dynamics, Personality Traits, Cooperation
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Pulos, Alexis – Communication Teacher, 2020
While a new medium can enhance communication access by bringing back small group structures or access to local communities, it can also turn communal events such as dining out or drinks with friends into antisocial experiences. The social impact of a medium on the human experience is in part why McLuhan (McLuhan M. [1964b]. Understanding media:…
Descriptors: Communications, Teaching Methods, Active Learning, Experiential Learning
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