English homework help. Approximately 1200 – 1500 words (for example, Arial 12 pt 1.5 spaced = 3+ pages)
Less than 1200 words will be given a deduction / more than 1500 words will be accepted
You are asked to explain the THREE human communication topics you learned in this course which you believe are the most important to you as you prepare for, and pursue your future endeavors. After determining the topics that you will be exploring, you will then need to conduct research into the topics.
Topic choose: The importance of listening Effectively, the nature of communication and How gender affects communication.
AT A VERY MINIMUM, YOU WILL BE UTILIZING 3 OUTSIDE SOURCES IN ADDITION TO OUR TEXT!
By reading literature regarding the topics, you will be able to develop your thesis statement. Your thesis statement is the one sentence that describes what your entire capstone project will be about. All subsequent information in your capstone project should then support your thesis statement.
As you prepare to write your paper:
- You are asked to identify the 3 topics we have covered this semester, found in our textbook, that you feel to be the most important to you as you prepare for your future career or relating to your personal life.
2) You are required to cite the very brief content, or portion in our Floyd text where you were introduced to your chosen topics.
3) You are asked to present additional personal insight and additional researched materials, outside of our book, to enhance, to give deeper understanding of the materials you have chosen. You are asked to offer sufficient support for statements and assertions made and to include definitions, examples, descriptions, and specific details.
4) Finally, you are also asked to explain why you chose the particular topics and how learning and incorporating this part of interpersonal communication relates to your chosen profession and how it will help you to become a more competent communicator in the future.
As with all written materials, correct use of grammar, punctuation and sentence structure, must be appropriate to college-level.