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Communication Skills

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This resource has been compiled to give a general introduction to effective communication for practice educators. In the first section, the key components of the communication process will be discussed. The basic skills required for effective communication will be explored in the next few sections, and some specific contexts for communication, including giving presentations and feedback meetings, will be examined.
Material Type: Open Textbook
Technical Format: PDF
Date Added to MERLOT: November 25, 2008
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 22, 2014
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Submitter: Judy Baker
Keywords: The Communication Process 4, Presentation Skills, Active Listening Skills 10, Non-verbal Communication 13, Questioning Skills 23, Giving Constructive Feedback 18

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
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Technical Requirements: Browser, internet connection, pdf reader
Language: English
Material Version: printable
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Avatar for Jacky Hood
4 years ago

Jacky Hood (Administrator)

I could use parts of this document in teaching Active Listening as part of Business Skills for Service/Support and Project Management. The students would be turned off if I used it in its entirety because (1) it says it it addressed to health care and social service (2) much of the vocabulary is formal and academic (3) many of the examples of probing questions are condescending and would never be used in a business setting or on a customer support call.

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The boxes around some of the paragraphs abut the text. There should be some white space.
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