1. Communication

    Please give me a sample of an informative/positive, negative and persuasive messages in administrative communication. Please base it on liberal arts and education department. Thank you.
  2. English

    What kinds of unwanted reactions might you get from readers of your messages? What steps would you take to ensure that the purpose of your message (whether informative, positive, negative, or persuasive) is conveyed to your readers?
  3. debate

    boys shoulld not help at the kitchen speaking for the motion
  4. correct the following sentences stating the rule

    he is speaking as if he is a vip
  5. 9th grade

    good public speaking topics?
  6. Public Speaking

    To persuade employees to commit to recycling” is a:
  7. history

    when did Aryan-speaking people come to the Indus valley?????
  8. public speaking

    What are some moderen examples of speech styles?
  9. speech

    how does your own nonverbal communication affect you while speaking to a qroup?
  10. critical thinking

    What are three approaches to effective writing and speaking
  11. public speaking

    when using the internet to conduct research,it is most important to?
  12. Public Speaking

    what is the key of organizing your speech material?
  13. Speech

    Why is dialect important to effective public speaking?
  14. English

    1. Who's calling, please? 2. Who's speaking, please? 3. Who's this, please? .................................. In a telephone conversation, are all correct? The same?
  15. Foreign Language

    What are some french speaking countries, besides france?
  16. com215

    Scenario 1: Write an informative message that tells one of your colleagues at work or one of your friends how to enroll at Axia College. Scenario 2: Write a positive message to the supervisor of someone who went above and beyond the call of duty to help you. Scenario 3: Write ...
  17. English

    2. Analysis a. The students are not much interested in English class . About 68% of the students responded "They are a little bored or bored." On the other hand, about 9% of the students are interested in the English class. The teacher should try hard to make many students be ...
  18. English

    1. When a speaker seeks to explain or illustrate a process, she or he is probably speaking to: A. inform. B. persuade. C. entertain. D. celebrate. is it A 2. When the theme of a speech is, “Be all you can be. Join the Navy,” it is meant to: A. entertain. B. inform. C. ...
  19. Living Environment

    Generally speaking,What is the female reproductive cycle??
  20. MicroEconomic

    Strictly speaking, perfect competition has never existed and probably never will. Then why study it?
  21. public speaking

    What are some ethical considerations that should be maintained when giving a speech.
  22. speech28394691283741290

    what does a explain, narrate, describe speaking and listerning test need in it?? thanks
  23. Principles of Public Speaking: Lesson 8

    nonverbal communication includes:
  24. Public Speaking

    What could be an example for someone coming to the wrong conclusion based on someone's actions?
  25. English

    If someone speaks candidly, she is most likely speaking ; ~honestly ~quietly ~sarcastically
  26. public speaking

    Communicating effectively helps us to succeed in areas of?
  27. public speaking

    communicating effetively helps us to succeed in areas of
  28. English

    (telephone call) Hello. May I speak to Tony? 1. - Who's calling, please? 2. - Who's speaking, please? (Which one do we have to use? Are both OK?)
  29. Public Speaking

    Do you think that we can have to ability to manipulate and control our non-verbal messages?
  30. Public Speaking

    what is an example for negative interpersonal communication skill working?
  31. English

    topic suggestions? Informative topics? persuasive topics? entertainment topics?
  32. public speaking

    According to Aristotle, ethos refers to: A. emotions. B. logic. C. ethics. D. none of the above
  33. public speaking

    according to aristotle, ethos refers to: A. emotions B. logic C. ethics D. none of the above
  34. Human service

    how can you identify gestures in nonverbal communication when the person is not speaking.
  35. English

    Hello, may I speak to Tom? 1. Who's calling? 2. Who's speaking? 3. Who's talking? (Are all the answers correct?)
  36. public speaking

    the process of changing peoples beliefs and actions is called
  37. APUSH

    What were the white Southerners of the Reconstruction era referring to in speaking of "redemption"?
  38. English

    In my speaking exam I want to talk about why children should have mobile phones? But is there many facts about this or should i be against it?
  39. public speaking

    Your central idea is a statement that captures in a single sentence:
  40. Transcription

    I'm on the fence about apostrophe or not in the following sentence. The possessive is not coming immediately before a noun or gerund; however, the English does belong to the gentleman. I realize a noun can show ownership to a noun that may have an adjective in front of the ...
  41. Principles of Public Speaking

    This type of listening is usually needed when we need to make a critical decision about something.
  42. public speaking

    The speaker is the ____________ of the message. A. decoder B. encoder C. transmitter (NOT C) D. channel
  43. public speaking

    In a world of ____________, communication skills help us to interact with people whose backgrounds are different from our own
  44. public speaking

    Medium that carries message signals from senders to receivers of communication is
  45. Public speaking

    Nonverbal communication includes A.posture B.clapping C.eye contact D.all of the above
  46. Public Speaking

    Interpreting during the listening process is the same as: A. encoding. B. receiving. C. decoding. D. responding. It's not C
  47. language arts

    can u help me with my prompt it is: i will explain why it rude to speak when a adult is speaking in 5 paragraph
  48. Public Speaking

    The speaker is the ____________ of the message. A. decoder B. encoder C. transmitter D. channel It's not C
  49. English

    How can I make this sentence better (less passive)? I had always been an effective communicator on paper, however, speaking had always disconcerted me.
  50. early childhood

    What problems might non-English speaking preschoolers encounter in their attempts to play with others?
  51. early education

    What problems might non-English speaking preschoolers encounter in their attempts to play with others
  52. L.A

    1. In a persuasive essay, the thesis statement should represent an opinion. A. True <-- B. False 2. The most common structure of a persuasive essay is A. Order of importance B. Chronological order <--- C. Problem and solution 3. Which of the following is NOT a sentence A...
  53. English 10 Check

    Below, you will find a list of sentences. After each sentence, select true if the topic of the statement is suitable to form the basis of a single persuasive paragraph. If the topic of the statement in your textbook is unsuitable for a single persuasive paragraph, select false...
  54. COM 215 written communication

    I need to write an informative message,positive message,negative message, and persuasive message. any suggestions??? These have to be business related
  55. PHI 105 critical thinking and problem solving

    explaining the relationship between informative, explanatory and persuasive statements and critical thinking
  56. english

    The room was quiet enough for her to slip into a sound sleep usually their was a constant commotion, her roommates coming and going or someone on the phone speaking loudy as if the one on the other end of the line was deaf. What is your question about this passage? If you need...
  57. English

    topics to talk about in speaking and listening I've chosen to do the changes of gsce's and how it could affect the younger students?
  58. Public speaking

    Saying "gonna" instead of "going to" is an issue of: A. Body movement B. Eye contact C. Articulation D. Timing
  59. Principles of Public Speaking

    In a world of ____, communication skills help us to interact with people whose background are different from our own.
  60. English

    what does it mean by "How does each question that begins "Will you join the battle" directly address the audience to whom Johnson is speaking?"
  61. physics

    Strictly speaking, you weigh a tiny bit less when you are in the lobby of a massive skyscraper than you do at home. Why is this so?
  62. HUM 111

    Identify three approaches you will use to apply these techniques to effective writing and speaking skills.
  63. Critical thinking

    Explain the relationship between informative, explanatory, and persuasive statements and critical thinking.
  64. English

    Thank you very much. I need to wrie instructions of an MP3 player, a video recorder and a CD-player. Could you help me? I included a few more sentences. 1) I must be silent during teachers' explanations. I hang the clothes in the sun so that they get dried sooner (?? or more ...
  65. qualities of persuasive business messages

    How do you organizing information in informative, positive, negative, and persuasive messages? Assuming that the audience is not in favor of the change, the message is most effective when the pro agruments are given fist, then the con arguments followed by the anti-con ...
  66. English

    Read this excerpt from "The Pardoner's Tale." in which the old man is speaking to the rioters. "Well, sirs, he said, "if it be your design/to find out Death,turn up this crooked way/Towards that grave,I left him there today/Under a tree, and there you will find him waiting." ...
  67. Social studies

    How did the arrival of English-speaking white settlers change life for the Mexicanos in the Southwest?
  68. english

    I can't seem to find the relative clause in this sentence, can someone help me? Thanks. "Fables that were written by Aesop usually feature speaking animals."
  69. literacy ece

    the first language arts skill that children learn is A) speaking B)reading C) writing D) listening
  70. public speaking

    For communication to take place, there has to be: A. transmission of the message. B. medium. C. sharing of meaning. D. absence of noise
  71. Math

    There are 120 students trying out for the play. Only 5% of those trying out will have a speaking part. Write this percent as a fraction in its lowest terms.
  72. public speaking

    For communication to take place, there has to be: A. transmission of the message. B. medium. C. sharing of meaning. D. absence of noise.
  73. pub;ic speaking

    Which type of speech delivery is one that you are asked to deliver with little or no preparation? A. Extemporaneous B. Manuscript C. Impromptu D. Memorized
  74. Speaking

    How can you create an effective climate when discussing matters of importance with co-workers, clients, vendors, superiors and employees
  75. english

    its a probable thesis statement( speaking more than 1 language s a great advantage) . write the paragraph widin 50 worda..
  76. English

    Generally speaking, novels have A. single themes. ==B. multiple settings. C. limited characters. D. no resolutions. Is this correct??
  77. public speaking

    Being the last of a long line of speakers refers to __________ context. A. sociopsychological B. physical C. cultural D. temporal
  78. English

    I have to write a debate on the topic "Trying to be friends parents have now forgotten parenting" I am speaking for the motion. I have to speak for 3 mins
  79. Grammar

    Grammatically speaking, a/an ________ is a group of 2 or more words that does not contain a subject or a verb. A) clause B) phrase C) sentence I answered b
  80. English- Mrs. Sue

    So I have my thesis statement down but now I just need examples about speaking up and why you need to address things in this world today. Can you please help. Thanks soooo much:))
  81. history

    Also would anyone know to whom Eleanor Roodevelt was speaking to when she said "No one can make you feel inferior without your consent"? was it aimed at a certain group of Americans? to activists?
  82. spanish

    How do people in the Spanish speaking world invite people to their parties? A) Formal, written invitations B) Posting the celebration in the newspaper well in advance C) Verbally without much notice Which of the following is not true about Barcelona? A) It is the capital of ...
  83. com class

    What steps would you take to ensure that the purpose of your message (whether informative, positive, negative, or persuasive) is conveyed to your readers? You may or may not be writing a 5-paragraph paper, but all the steps and instructions in here (and don't forget to click ...
  84. English

    Posted by rfvv on Monday, September 26, 2011 at 6:24am. 1. This is Jenny Kim from BNN, reporting from the ORBIS plane. 2. This is Jenny Kim from BNN, and it is reporting from the ORBIS plane. 3. This is Jenny Kim from BNN, and she is reporting from the ORBIS plane. 4. This is ...
  85. english

    Where can I find informative texts? (Long once)also informative text about fiction...
  86. Poem: Hanging fire by Audre Lorde

    Could you check these answers thanks. 1. Did you feel more or less sympathy with the girl speaking in "Hanging Fire," than with the one speaking in "Young," explain your answer. Answer: I felt more sympathy with the girl in "Hanging Fire," because she's fourteen, and she has ...
  87. public speaking

    What type of visual aid is showing the actual thing being discussed? A. Photograph B. Graph C. Object D. Videotape
  88. public speaking

    In a world of ____________, communication skills help us to interact with people whose backgrounds are different from our own. A. careers B. changes C. technology D. personal relationships
  89. interpersonal and commuication skills

    effective listeners know they must? a.enunciate each and every word b.focus attention on the speaker d.use the appropriate speaking volume my answer b
  90. public speaking

    A big ethical issue in any form of communication is: A. discussing politics. B. irrelevance. C. plagiarism. D. referring to different races.
  91. It 220 internet concepts

    1. Locate a news article from an English-speaking country other than the United Sates It 220Internet concept
  92. public speaking

    You are evaluating this when you are looking for a clear, compelling message. A. Use of quotes B. Structure C. Length of speech D. Speaker commitment to subject
  93. public speaking

    In a world of ____________, communication skills help us to interact with people whose backgrounds are different from our own. A. careers B. changes C. technology D. personal relationships
  94. English

    How can you use or organize persuasive messages? You need to consider your own interests when reading a persuasive message. If the message is from your boss, you should probably follow it to the letter if you want to keep your job. If the persuasive message is from an ...
  95. English (urgent)

    can you give me 4 examples of informative texts..or websites where can I look for informative texts--4 paragraph informative texts...(i need it now)really urgent...please...
  96. English

    choose the correct answer "(who-whom)am I speaking to?" "This is (me - she - her,"said the girl when the speaker asked to speak to Joyce. (whoever - whomever) ate my icercream will regret it.
  97. Ela

    Proper phrasing is needed when reading aloud to....... A: show expression B:read all of the words correctly C:separate ideas like when speaking Can you help me please? I think its C am I right.
  98. ECE

    Flannel board stories encourage the language arts skill of __________ more than other skills. A. listening B. writing C. speaking D. reading
  99. public speaking

    Medium that carries message signals from senders to receivers of communication is: A. television. B. radio. C. channel. D. mass media.
  100. writing (persuasive essay)

    Hi. I'm in 10th grade and our teacher assigned us a persuasive essay to write in class over a topic that we debated about for the last two weeks. Every team had a different topics (mine was school should start from 11 am. to 5 pm), but now we're going to write a persuasive ...
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