Essay Cove

Essay Cove

Directions: This exam will be available in Canvas from Thursday, February 3rd from the beginning of our class period at 9:30 AM and will close in 24 hours at 9:30 AM on Friday, February 4th.  Please download the exam as a word document and submit it in Exam #1 in the Assignments section in Canvas.  Exams must be uploaded in Canvas by 9:30 AM on Friday, February 4th.  Failure to do so will result in a zero for this assignment.  You should write at least about a half page for each answer, but feel free to write more than that if needed.  Since this is a take-home exam, your answers will be expected to be very thorough and complete.  Please read each item very carefully and thoroughly.  You should address each question for each numberRemember to save your answers early and often!  If you are using a MAC computer, please make sure that you save your exam as a .doc or a .docx or a .pdf file.  Make sure that it is NOT saved as a .pages file.

 

 

Please only select any 5 of the 7 items below to answer.  The exam is worth 75 points total (15 points for each question that you answer).

 

 

#2-Chapter 2 discusses the importance of first and last impressions.  Discuss what these two terms are, why and how this phenomenon occurs, and be able to provide examples of each from your own life and experiences. 

 

First impressions are important because we analyze everyone, we meet and what people see about us first is what determines whether or not we want to keep seeing this person or not.

 

#3-Chapter 3 discusses the functions of language.  Discuss any four of these functions and be able to provide examples of each from your own life and experiences. 

 

#4-Chapter 4 discusses the principles of nonverbal communication.  Discuss four of these principles and be able to provide examples from your own life and experiences. 

 

#5-Chapter 4 discusses the functions of nonverbal communication.  Discuss four of these functions and be able to provide examples from your own life and experiences. 

 

#6-Chapter 5 discusses four listening types.  Discuss these four listening types and provide examples of each and/or when it would be appropriate and/or effective to engage in each listening type.

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