Communication 2

COM 1090 Interpersonal Communication: Johari Window Project DUE DATE: _POSTED ON BLACKBOARD________________ A. IMPORTANT: 1. PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE DOCUMENT CAREFULLY. 2. SINCE THIS IS THE MOST MAJOR ASSIGNMENT IN THIS CLASS, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT YOU READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS SEVERAL TIMES. three. HIGHLIGHT INFORMATION AND MAKE NOTES FOR YOURSELF AS YOU GO ALONG! four. THIS ENTIRE PROJECT IS SUBMITTED TO SAFEASSIGN – THE PLAGIARISM CHECKER. 5. IF YOU USE ANY INFORMATION THAT IS NOT YOURS YOU MUST CITE APPROPRIATELY! 6. IF YOU DON’T, THEN YOU WILL BE CITED FOR PLAIGIARISM! B. WORTH: 250 Factors: a. 200 Factors: Window and Essay b. 50 Factors: Interview C. SUBMITTING THE ASSIGNMENT: a. Submit as ONE DOCUMENT with three Elements. b. In case you submit three separate paperwork it is not going to be graded c. Add to Project Hyperlink clearly marked: UPLOAD JOHOARI’S WINDOW HERE. d. In case you submit it on the Dialogue Board it is not going to be graded. D. GRADING: You'll be graded on the next: a. See Rubric: E. GENERAL INFORMATION Every space of this task is described beneath. Any repetition of any a part of the outline of this task is intentional. WHAT IS THE JOHARI’S WINDOW? READ THE TEXT. a. IT IS APPROPRIATELY DESCRIBED IN THE BOOK. b. RESOURCES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE ONLINE TO ASSIST YOU WITH FURTHER UNDERSTANDING OF THE CONCEPT. 1. The Johari’s Window---A Mannequin of Self disclosure Please learn up concerning the Johari’s Window in your textbook. Please be at liberty to make use of sources exterior to your textbook to assist together with your understanding of this idea. YOU MUST PAY ATTENTION TO THE FOLLOWING: a. This venture is about self-disclosing: i. studying about your self by sharing details about your self with others AND ii. permitting others to share info (their perceptions) about you with you! iii. SO, THIS PROJECT includes others. You can't do it by your self! You MUST INVOLVE OTHERS! 2. THIS PROJECT: HOW WILL IT LOOK IN THE END? a. This Johari’s Window Project is a THREE-PART PROJECT AND It is going to be submitted in THREE PARTS: Half One: A person Johari Window Undertaking: See instance beneath Half Two: A Abstract of the expertise in an essay format. See directions beneath. Half Three: An Interview Undertaking: See Directions beneath. A. PART ONE: THE JOHARI WINDOW PROJECT YOU MUST DESIGN A WINDOW: HOW DO I DO THAT? a. YOU will choose as many buddies/household as you want to interact with for this venture. b. YOU will interact them and ask them significant questions on YOU. c. These questions are designed to be taught extra about YOU. d. Then you'll create your Window. 1. Creating the Window: Course of The Johari’s Window will embody two units of knowledge. a. the data that you simply already find out about your self AND b. the data that you simply acquired based mostly on the engagement described above. 2. The place do I put the data? a. The traits that YOU KNOW about your self will go within the OPEN WINDOW AND THE HIDDEN WINDOW ONLY. b. The traits that OTHERS let you know about your self will go within the BLIND WINDOW ONLY. Please see pattern window beneath that describes the form of info that might be included. Please notice: I. That is SOMEONE ELSES WINDOW! II. Your window doesn't seem like this. III. You can't clarify another person’s window. IV. Your window is your window three. Variety of Traits in every Window a. Every window should have 4 (four) traits/character traits I. Those who you understand you possess (for Open and Hidden Home windows) and II. These you have been informed (for Blind Window) by others that you simply possess. four. Discovering the Proper Phrases to make use of to explain you a. On this technique of self-exploration, you could discover that individuals who you select to ask about you, could not be capable of discover the proper phrases to outline/describe what they're pondering. Please be at liberty to ship them to this web site - http://www.kevan.org/johari - to help them in that regard. b. Notice: The standard of the (info in your window is essential. The extra frivolous the content material (identify, date of delivery, and many others.) the much less the grade might be. Discuss extra significant points of YOU, WITHIN REASON, and inside the confines of YOUR OWN COMFORT. Please just remember to are comfy with the data that you simply select to disclose, as I can't be held answerable for that info. c. PLEASE USE WORDS OR SHORT PHRASES IN THE WINDOW. Factors might be taken off for sentences. Use sentences in your essay. EACH WINDOW DESCRIBED I. Open Window The open window has info that we find out about ourselves and that these round us find out about us as effectively. a. We all know issues about ourselves that these near us will know as effectively b. These we work together with most frequently will know extra about us. So usually, you'll be able to ask others questions which might be confirmatory in nature; for instance, you could say/ask: I'm impatient, do you agree with me on this?) If the particular person says no, you then proceed till you discover settlement: info identified to each of you. II. The Blind Window The blind window will comprise info that YOU DON’T KNOW. Fairly often we work together with others however we don’t know what they see in us/about us which may be revealing one thing about us to them. a. A query you'll be able to ask others is: “CAN YOU TELL ME A CHARACTERISTIC OR PERSONALITY TRAIT I HAVE, AND THAT YOU THINK I DON’T KNOW?” b. Often, you're going to get a number of responses. Choose what most closely fits you. III. The Hidden Window The hidden window accommodates the data that we find out about ourselves however that we think about to be non-public, and due to this fact we don't need to present/share. a. Often, we don’t share private traits that we possess, particularly once we don’t discover them flattering. So, typically others are stunned once we reveal these items to them. b. However we develop from revealing and releasing these “secret” characters as a result of they're now not secrets and techniques and we should work on them or to be taught from them. c. The Unknown Window The unknown window stays unknown. Nonetheless, since you don’t know this info doesn't imply it doesn’t exist. It merely means you aren't in contact with it. a. This window stays clean. B. PART TWO: THE ESSAY OF THE ABOVE ACTIVITY a. Along with the WINDOW, you'll write an ESSAY as a part of the Window venture. b. ESSAY might be 2 pages lengthy and might be graded in response to the Requirements beneath. i. Please Notice: You can't write Essay till AFTER YOU HAVE COMPLETED THIS WINDOW PROJECT. ii. Each Window and Essay are due identical time. c. Guiding questions: Be at liberty to comply with these questions as a suggestion to jot down your essay (In keeping with www.businessdictionary.com/definition/guideline.html a GUIDELINE is outlined as “Really useful apply that enables some discretion or leeway in its interpretation, implementation, or use.) • Who're the individuals you selected to ask about you? • Why did you select these individuals? • What was essentially the most difficult components of this course of for you? • How a lot of the data that you simply acquired did you consider? • How a lot of the data did you problem? • How a lot did you compromise on? • Who have been the individuals you challenged essentially the most? For instance, did member of the family give you the data that you simply have been almost definitely/least prone to consider • Of all of the issues that you possibly can have included in your open and hidden home windows, why did you select what you wrote? • How did you lastly resolve what to place in your blind window? • What was the general benefits/disadvantages of doing this venture? • How do you suppose you'll really feel when you reveal this info? • What sorts of reactions do you consider you're going to get from others about this? • Talk about the nonverbal behaviors of each your self and the individuals that you simply requested questions on you. • Please check out eh Rubric to see you'll be graded on this whole task. • The Essay is graded in response to the Requirements of the Rubric. C. PART THREE: THE INTERVIEW PROJECT YOU MUST CONDUCT AN INTERVIEW FOR THE INTERVIEW PROJECT: HOW DO YOU DO THAT? a. That is the LAST a part of this venture that you could full! b. You MUST conduct this interview AFTER you've got accomplished your Window c. Doing it earlier than the Window defeats the aim of the venture. i. The target right here is to proceed studying about your self in one other means. ii. By doing this venture as a solo merchandise with another person, you could affirm some info above, based mostly on who you select to do that interview with OR you could be taught NEW info as your self as effectively. d. Use this interview to self-disclose and provides the particular person the identical alternative as effectively i. It isn't truthful to not ask the opposite particular person any questions. However that particular person just isn't in COM 1090 and due to this fact that particular person is not going to be graded. YOU will choose ANY ONE PERSON TO INTERVIEW. i. This particular person CANNOT be one of many individuals out of your Window venture! a. This particular person will ask YOU questions on YOU! b. YOU will ask this particular person questions on HIM/HER/THEY c. Questions and solutions about YOU MUST BE SUBMITTED: THEY ARE GRADED! d. Questions and solutions concerning the OTHER PERSON MUST BE SUBMITTED: THEY ARE NOT GRADED! YOU: a. will choose an individual of your selecting. Ideally, this needs to be somebody you understand effectively and you've got some significant interactions with. b. will conduct an interview with that particular person. 1. Every particular person will write the inquiries to be requested c. will submit each units of questions in addition to the solutions to each units of questions d. will write a conclusion about that have. For instance, your conclusion could embody a dialogue of the next: 1. who did you interview? 2. why did you select this particular person? three. what did you study your self on this interview course of? four. did you affirm any of the data you realized in your Blind Window? 5. when/how/the place did you conduct the interview? 6. do you suppose the placement or modality used affected your comfortability to self-disclose, and many others. 7. what else would you wish to share about this interview course of? eight. write anything that occurred through the expertise that affected the way you felt about your self in that second. 2. INTERVIEW: How will YOU conduct this interview? 1. Resolve who you need to interview: i. This particular person CANNOT be identical particular person from the WINDOW PROJECT! ii. You be taught extra about your self based mostly on family and friends. 2. Contact particular person and focus on three. Arrange interview four. Write questions. i. Take into consideration the questions you need to ask. ii. It's possible you'll get to know extra about your self in addition to another person iii. Watch out of the questions you ask. Don't invade others privateness. iv. PLEASE NOTE: ALL QUESTIONS ARE SUBMITTED TO SAFEASSIGN: THE PLAGIARISM CHECKER. Please cite appropriately!! 5. Present particulars (in your conclusion) about place time/date the place interview passed off. INTERVIEWER: 1. Submit a minimum of eight questions AND solutions from the Interviewer i. These questions could also be related for each events or they could be totally different ii. These questions needs to be designed to be taught extra about private traits. INTERVIEWEE 6. Submit the questions AND solutions from the Interviewee i. These questions could also be related for each events or they could be totally different ii. These questions needs to be designed to be taught extra about private traits. Please Notice: Often, once we ask individuals questions on what they give thought to us, we get extra info than we got down to get. i. You must write down all the pieces. ii. It's possible you'll discover use for the data later; for instance, you might be able to use it in your essay. SAMPLE WINDOW Identified to self Unknown to self Identified to Others 1. Charming 2. Completely satisfied three. Impatient four. Useful Open 1. Introvert 2. Shy three. Useful four. Seems aloof Blind Unknown to Others 1. Egocentric 2. Sad three. Lazy four. Loves youngsters Hidden LEFT BLANK Unknown Evaluation Rubric: Johari’s Window Pupil’s Identify: __________________________________________________ CRITERIA EXCELLENT GOOD POOR TOTAL INTRODUCTION • Objective, ideas, and goals of research appropriately said (5%) • Correct description and function of Johari’s Window should be supplied (5%) JOHARI WINDOW DISCUSSION/DESCRIPTION: (Completely different from Interview and Essay) • Correct identification of every Window (20% - 5% for every Window) four Home windows • Correct software/dialogue of knowledge in every Window (20%) • Discussions and Conclusions in Essay (20%) INTERVIEW: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS MUST BE SUBMITTED Questions / Solutions / and Dialogue (15%): Should be submitted • Questions should be intentional, helpful, and significant (7.5%) • Questions should be mentioned: Conclusion supplied about expertise (7.5%) REFLECTIVE ESSAY: JOHARI’S WINDOW (Together with responses to questions beneath) WRITING (Should meet college-level requirements). • Group, Fashion, and Grammar (15%) Questions: 1. What was the general benefits/disadvantages of doing this venture? 2. Why did you select what you wrote in open and hidden home windows? three. How do you suppose you'll really feel when you reveal this info? 2. What sorts of reactions do you consider you're going to get out of your colleagues? three. Who're the individuals you selected to ask about you? Why these individuals? four. How did you lastly resolve what to place in your blind window? 5. How a lot of the data that you simply acquired did you consider? 6. How a lot of the data did you problem, after which find yourself compromising on? 7. Who have been the individuals you challenged essentially the most? eight. Talk about nonverbal behaviors of each your self and the individuals you requested questions. TOTAL (100%) Extra Feedback: Power(s) of paper: __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ Weak point(es) of paper: __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ Suggestion(s) for enchancment: _______________________________________________________-- Johari Window Project for COM 1090 Interpersonal Communication DEADLINE: _PUBLISHED ON THE BLACKBOARD A. IMPORTANT: 1. PLEASE READ THIS DOCUMENT IN ITS ENTIRETY. 2. BECAUSE THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT ASSIGNMENT IN THIS CLASS, YOU SHOULD READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS MANY TIMES. three. AS YOU GO ALONG, HIGHLIGHT INFORMATION AND MAKE NOTES FOR YOURSELF! four. SAFEASSIGN – THE PLAGIARISM CHECKER RECEIVED THE ENTIRE PROJECT. 5. USE APPROPRIATE CITATIONS IF YOU USE INFORMATION THAT IS NOT YOURS! 6. IF YOU DO NOT, YOU WILL BE CHARGED WITH PLAGIARISM! B. VALUE FOR MONEY: 250 POINTS a. Window and Essay: 200 factors b. Interview: 50 factors C. SUBMITTING THE ASSIGNMENT: a. Submit the task in three components as ONE DOCUMENT. b. You'll not be graded in the event you submit three impartial paperwork. b. Add to the Project Hyperlink with the phrases UPLOAD JOHOARI'S WINDOW HERE clearly written on it. d. It is not going to be graded in the event you submit it to the Dialogue Board. D. GRADING: The next standards might be used to evaluate you: a. Have a look at the rubric: E. INFORMATION GENERAL The following sections of the task are detailed intimately. Any part of this task's description that's repeated is completed on function. WHAT IS THE WINDOW OF JOHARI? READ THE TEXT CAREFULLY. a. IT IS DESCRIBED ADEQUATELY IN THE BOOK. c. ONLINE RESOURCES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE TO ASSIST YOU IN DEVELOPING A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE CONCEPT. 1. The Johari's Window: A Self-Disclosure Mannequin Please confer with your textbook to be taught extra about Johari's Window. Please be at liberty to seek the advice of sources aside from your textbook to help your comprehension of this concept. THE FOLLOWING IS IMPORTANT TO PAY ATTENTION TO: a. This venture is about self-disclosure: i. studying about your self by sharing details about your self with others, and ii. permitting others to contribute info (their views) about you! iii. SO, OTHERS ARE INVOLVED IN THIS PROJECT. You will not be capable of obtain it by yourself! YOU MUST GET OTHERS INVOLVED! 2. WHAT WILL THE FINAL OUTCOME BE FOR THIS PROJECT? a. This Johari's Window Project is a THREE-PART PROJECT WITH THREE PARTS TO BE SUBMITTED: Half One: A One-of-a-Variety Johari Window: Contemplate the next instance. Half Two: An essay-style abstract of the expertise. Observe the steps outlined beneath. Half Three: A Undertaking of Interviews: Please see the directions beneath. A. THE JOHARI WINDOW PROJECT IN PART ONE HOW DO I GO ABOUT DESIGNING A WINDOW? a. You'll select as many buddies/relations as you need to take part on this venture with. b. YOU will work together with them and ask them probing questions on your self. c. The aim of those questions is to know extra about YOU. d. After that, you may make your Window. 1. Creating the Window: Step-by-Step Directions The data within the Johari's Window might be divided into two classes: a. info you already find out about your self, and b. info you acquired on account of the engagement described above. 2. What ought to I do with the data? a. Solely the traits that YOU KNOW about your self might be positioned within the OPEN AND HIDDEN WINDOW. b. ONLY THE CHARACTERISTICS THAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT YOU WILL BE PLACED IN THE BLIND WINDOW. Please see the pattern window beneath for an instance of the kind of knowledge that might be displayed. Please consider: I am wanting via SOMEONE ELSE'S WINDOW! II. Your window doesn't resemble the one beneath. III. You possibly can't clarify what is going on on in another person's window. IV. It is your window, so it is your window. three. The entire variety of characters in every window a. Every window should have 4 (four) character traits/traits. I. Those who you understand you've got (for Open and Hidden Home windows) and II. Those who others have knowledgeable you you've got (for Blind Window). four. Selecting the Applicable Phrases to Describe You a. It's possible you'll uncover that these you select to inquire about you might be unable to seek out the right phrases to outline/describe what they're pondering throughout this technique of self-exploration. Please be at liberty to direct them to this web site - http://www.kevan.org/johari - for additional help. b. Needless to say the standard of the (info in your window) is essential. The decrease the grade, the extra frivolous the content material (identify, date of delivery, and many others.). Inside purpose and the bounds of YOUR OWN COMFORT, discuss extra significant points of YOU. Please ensure that the data you select to disclose is one thing you might be comfy with, as I can't be held accountable for it. d. IN THE WINDOW, PLEASE USE WORDS OR SHORT PHRASES. Sentences might be deducted factors. In your writing, use sentences. DESCRIPTION OF EACH WINDOW I. OPEN WINDOW The open window accommodates details about ourselves that we're conscious of, in addition to details about us that others are conscious of. a. We all know issues about ourselves that solely our closest family and friends will know. b. These with whom we work together essentially the most will know extra about us. So, typically, you'll be able to ask others affirmative questions; for instance, you possibly can say/ask: "I'm impatient; do you agree with me on this?" If the particular person says no, you proceed till you attain an settlement: data that each of you might be conscious of. The Second Blind Window The data within the blind window might be one thing YOU DON'T KNOW. We join with others steadily, but we don't know what they discover in or about us that may disclose one thing about us to them. "CAN YOU TELL ME A CHARACTERISTIC OR PERSONALITY TRAIT I HAVE THAT YOU THINK I DON'T KNOW?" is a query you'll be able to ask others. b. Typically, you'll obtain many responses. Select the choice that finest matches your wants. The Hidden Window (III) The key window accommodates details about ourselves that we're conscious of however don't need to share or show. a. We normally do not discuss private traits that now we have, particularly if they are not flattering. In consequence, once we disclose these info to others, they're usually startled. b. Nonetheless, disclosing and releasing these "hidden" characters permits us to develop as a result of they're now not secrets and techniques, and we should work on or be taught from them. c. The Mysterious Window The situation of the undiscovered window continues to be unknown. Nonetheless, simply since you're unaware of one thing does not imply it does not exist. It merely means you might be disconnected from it. a. This window continues to be empty. B. SECOND PART: ESSAY ON THE PREVIOUS ACTIVITY a. As a part of the Window venture, you'll write an ESSAY along with the WINDOW. b. THE ESSAY WILL BE TWO PAGES IN LENGTH AND GRADED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE STANDARDS BELOW. i. Please remember that you won't be able to compose an essay till you've got accomplished this window venture. ii. Each the Window and the Essay should be submitted on the identical time. c. Guiding questions: Use these questions as a suggestion for writing your essay (http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/guideline.html). "Really useful apply that allows some discretion or latitude in its interpretation, implementation, or use," says a GUIDELINE. • Who have you ever chosen to inquire about you? • Why did you choose these people? • What parts of this course of have been essentially the most troublesome for you? • Did you consider the entire info you got? • What proportion of the information did you query? • To what extent did you make concessions? • Who did you discover essentially the most troublesome to cope with? Did a member of the family, for instance, present you info that you simply have been most inclined to consider or least prone to belief? • Why did you selected what you wrote out of all of the issues you possibly can have put in your open and hid home windows? • How did you get to your final determination about what to put in your blind window? • What have been the general advantages and disadvantages of engaged on this venture? • How do you consider you may really feel as soon as you have shared this info with others? • What sorts of reactions do you suppose you may get from others on account of this? • Talk about your nonverbal behaviors in addition to the nonverbal behaviors of the individuals you requested questions on. • Please evaluate the Rubric to find out how this whole task might be scored. • The Essay is graded in response to the Rubric's Requirements. C. THE INTERVIEW PROJECT IN PART THREE FOR THE INTERVIEW PROJECT, YOU MUST CONDUCT AN INTERVIEW: HOW DO YOU GO ABOUT DOING THAT? a. That is the LAST portion of the venture that must be completed! b. This interview should be carried out AFTER you've got accomplished your Window. c. Performing it earlier than the Window violates the venture's aim. i. The aim right here is to find extra about oneself differently. ii. In case you carry out this venture as a single merchandise with another person, you might be able to corroborate among the info above, relying on who you select to interview, or you could discover NEW info. d. Use this interview to self-disclose whereas additionally giving the opposite particular person the choice to take action. i. It's unethical to not interrogate the opposite particular person. Nonetheless, as a result of that particular person just isn't enrolled in COM 1090, she or he is not going to be graded. YOU WILL INTERVIEW ONE PERSON OF YOUR CHOICE. i. This particular person CANNOT be a member of your Window venture! a. This particular person will quiz you about your self! c. YOU WILL QUESTION THIS PERSON ABOUT HIM/HER/THEY. c. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS: THEY WILL BE GRADED! c. OTHER PERSON QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS MUST BE SUBMITTED: THEY ARE NOT GRADED! YOU: a. will select an individual to work with. Ideally, this needs to be somebody you understand effectively and you've got some significant interactions with. b. will conduct an interview with that particular person. 1. Every particular person will write the inquiries to be requested c. will submit each units of questions in addition to the solutions to each units of questions d. will write a conclusion about that have. For instance, your conclusion could embody a dialogue of the next: 1. who did you interview? 2. why did you select this particular person? three. what did you study your self on this interview course of? four. did you affirm any of the data you realized in your Blind Window? 5. when/how/the place did you conduct the interview? 6. do you suppose the placement or modality used affected your comfortability to self-disclose, and many others. 7. what else would you wish to share about this interview course of? eight. write anything that occurred through the expertise that affected the way you felt about your self in that second. 2. INTERVIEW: How will YOU conduct this interview? 1. Resolve who you need to interview: i. This particular person CANNOT be identical particular person from the WINDOW PROJECT! ii. You be taught extra about your self based mostly on family and friends. 2. Contact particular person and focus on three. Arrange interview four. Write questions. i. Take into consideration the questions you need to ask. ii. It's possible you'll get to know extra about your self in addition to another person iii. Watch out of the questions you ask. Don't invade others privateness. iv. PLEASE NOTE: ALL QUESTIONS ARE SUBMITTED TO SAFEASSIGN: THE PLAGIARISM CHECKER. Please cite appropriately!! 5. Present particulars (in your conclusion) about place time/date the place interview passed off. INTERVIEWER: 1. Submit a minimum of eight questions AND solutions from the Interviewer i. These questions could also be related for each events or they could be totally different ii. These questions needs to be designed to be taught extra about private traits. INTERVIEWEE 6. Submit the questions AND solutions from the Interviewee i. These questions could also be related for each events or they could be totally different ii. These questions needs to be designed to be taught extra about private traits. Please Notice: Often, once we ask individuals questions on what they give thought to us, we get extra info than we got down to get. i. You must write down all the pieces. ii. It's possible you'll discover use for the data later; for instance, you might be able to use it in your essay. SAMPLE WINDOW Identified to self Unknown to self Identified to Others 1. Charming 2. Completely satisfied three. Impatient four. Useful Open 1. Introvert 2. Shy three. Useful four. Seems aloof Blind Unknown to Others 1. Egocentric 2. Sad three. Lazy four. Loves youngsters Hidden LEFT BLANK Unknown Evaluation Rubric: Johari’s Window Pupil’s Identify: __________________________________________________ CRITERIA EXCELLENT GOOD POOR TOTAL INTRODUCTION • Objective, ideas, and goals of research appropriately said (5%) • Correct description and function of Johari’s Window should be supplied (5%) JOHARI WINDOW DISCUSSION/DESCRIPTION: (Completely different from Interview and Essay) • Correct identification of every Window (20% - 5% for every Window) four Home windows • Correct software/dialogue of knowledge in every Window (20%) • Discussions and Conclusions in Essay (20%) INTERVIEW: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS MUST BE SUBMITTED Questions / Solutions / and Dialogue (15%): Should be submitted • Questions should be intentional, helpful, and significant (7.5%) • Questions should be mentioned: Conclusion supplied about expertise (7.5%) REFLECTIVE ESSAY: JOHARI’S WINDOW (Together with responses to questions beneath) WRITING (Should meet college-level requirements). • Group, Fashion, and Grammar (15%) Questions: 1. What was the general benefits/disadvantages of doing this venture? 2. Why did you select what you wrote in open and hidden home windows? three. How do you suppose you'll really feel when you reveal this info? 2. What sorts of reactions do you consider you're going to get out of your colleagues? three. Who're the individuals you selected to ask about you? Why these individuals? four. How did you lastly resolve what to place in your blind window? 5. How a lot of the data that you simply acquired did you consider? 6. How a lot of the data did you problem, after which find yourself compromising on? 7. Who have been the individuals you challenged essentially the most? eight. Talk about nonverbal behaviors of each your self and the individuals you requested questions. TOTAL (100%) Extra Feedback: Power(s) of paper: __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ Weak point(es) of paper: __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ Suggestion(s) for enchancment: _____________________________________________________
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