Ommunication Self-Assessment & Communication Goal

Source is from books name: Communication in our lives by Julia T. Wood (Sixth Edition).

a? Review Chapters 1, 2 & 3 in your textbook. < Here is the source that I want you to get from. Ch 1, 2, and 3 from the book that mentioned above. a? Assess yourself, today, as a communicator. Consider at least three different communication contexts (Interpersonal, Mass Comm, Intercultural, Public Speaking, Listening, Small Groups, Nonverbal, Interpersonal, etc.). What are your strengths and weaknesses? Why do you have these perceptions of yourself? Provide examples to support your evaluation and incorporate vocabulary found in your textbook. a? Set one specific, measurable goal for personal growth as a communicator. Specify your goal in terms of clear behavioral changes and make it realistic. For example, if you want to become a better listener, how will you determine or measure whether or not you have achieved this goal? You may set more than one goal a??. (This goal cannot be a?to pass the class and obtain 3 Disciplinary Lens credits towards my graduation requirements.a?) a? Remember to include an Introduction and Conclusion to your paper. The assignment should be no more than 3 pages in length. [Typed, double-spaced, 12pt font, 1a? margins] Also, here is the requirements for the paper: Purpose Achievement: ____/35 ___ Self-evaluation of strengths and weaknesses included at least 3 communication contexts. ___ Self-evaluation did not include at least 3 communication contexts. ___ Student supplied vivid, detailed examples that illustrated/explained all of his or her assessments of communication strengths and weaknesses (in a particular context). ___ Student supplied vivid, detailed examples that illustrated/explained some of his or her assessments of communication strengths and weaknesses (in a particular context). ___ Student did not adequately or clearly illustrate, explain, and/or explore his or her assessments of communication strengths and weaknesses (in a particular context). ___ Student set at least one clearly defined goal. ___ Studentas goal(s) appears to be achievable during the Spring 2012 semester. ___ Student supplied a metric that appears to be adequate for determining if the goal(s) has been met. ___ The metric set needs further definition and could be more precise. Grammar/Spelling: ___/7 ___ The essay is free of all grammar, punctuation, word choice, and/or spelling errors. ___ The essay is free of major grammar, punctuation, word choice, and/or spelling errors. ___ The essay contains a few major grammar, punctuation, word choice, and/or spelling errors. ___ The essay contains numerous errors. Organization: ___/8 ___ The essay contains a sufficient statement of purpose and preview of how the paper is organized. ___ Main points are well organized with smooth transitions. ___ The conclusion summarizes the main points. ___ The essay lacks an Introduction. ___ The essay lacks a Conclusion ___ Transitions between main points are weak.