Help With Journal Due In 72 Hours due in 72 hours
attached Journal Assignment: Chapter 13 and Chapter 14
Note New Instructions
The Reflective Journal Assignment will help you in developing your interpersonal skills in this course. Literature on personal development suggests that reflective writing about yourself and your interpersonal experiences supports the integration of new learning.
You are expected to keep a journal, writing two entries each Module. Your three entries should be written as follows:
1. Chapter 14: Entry one will consist of a response to “ self-reflection” questions posed in Chapter 14 of the textbook – Reflect & Relate: An Introduction to Interpersonal Communication. Each chapter contain several of these boxes. You are encouraged to choose the self-reflection box that is most important to understanding your interpersonal attitudes and skills. Please label the entry with the entire box of questions you are considering.
2. Chapter 13: A second entry should respond to the journal prompt posted by your instructor. These prompts ask you to reflect on a particular aspect of the topic under study for the module. Please label the entry with the journal prompt.
· Write two different entries each module. (that means both from above!)
· Entries should be double-spaced and in 12 font that is easy to read.
· Use an informal tone, but observe conventions of good grammar and spelling. (Use spell check)
· Each entry will be at least one to two paragraphs in length. (A paragraph is five to seven well-developed sentences.)
· A Sample Document has been attached to assist you in setting up your journal.
· You may complete the entries using the sample document to help you set everything up.
· Save your document to your computer using your first initial, last name and week number. For example, my journal for Week 2 would be RLeber 2. For Week 3 the file would be named RLeber 3. All others would be named as appropriate.
· Then attach your file. Click on Submit Assignment to the left. Find your file and attach.
Think of your network of friends. What conversational topics are “off limits” with some friends but acceptable for discussion with other friends? How do these different communication boundaries help or hinder the quality of these friendships?