CA 301 Interpersonal Communication II
U1J 2009 PV
Hopkins, Sarah D.
M.A. Communication and LeadershipB.A. w/ Honors Psychology
10 minutes before and after class, and by appointment
Monday, June 01, 2009 - Sunday, July 26, 2009
5:30 - 9:50 PM
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Minimum Requirements: The core assessment for CA301 Interpersonal II will be a portfolio which
-Includes a variety of student assignments designed to show student mastery of at least eight (75 percent) of the core learning objectives for the course.
-Includes an eight to ten-page research based paper that utilizes a minimum of eight sources.
-Includes at least one assignment that requires students to analyze the communication in a relationship (a case study of real or simulated interpersonal communication).
-Includes at least one assignment that illustrates student understanding of intercultural differences in values and communication and how that affects relationships.
-Includes at least one assignment assessing their own communication strengths and weaknesses and develop action plans to improve weak areas.
-Includes tests to illustrate knowledge of the philosophical roots of communication and the history of the field.
-Must not be assembled before the last quarter of the course although it may contain work done as the semester progress, such as journals.
-Emphasizes activities associated with the ability to think critically and communicate effectively.
-Must be transmitted to the instructor in electronic form.
Link to Class RubricClass Assessment:
Late Submission of Course Materials: All assignments are due at the beginning of class on the day when they are due. Late work will be penalized 15% for each weekday or portion thereof that the assignment is late. In-class discussions and activities cannot be made up.
Classroom Rules of Conduct:
Thinking About Communication and Theory
Communication Theories Chapters 4 & 5
Case Study 1
Communication Theories Chapter 6
Case Study 2
Communication Theories Chapter 7
Case Study 3
Communication Theories Chapter
Case Study 4
Communication Theories Chapter 9
Case Study 5
Communication Theories Chapter 10
Action Research Project
Communication Theories in Action
Final Core assessment
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