Effective Communication Learning Goal Effective Communication Learning Goal

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Effective Communication

Effective communication requires sending, receiving, and processing large amounts of information every day. It is also about understanding, improving teamwork, decision-making, and problem solving. Effective communication enables you to communicate in ways that do not create misunderstanding or inhibit trust. 

 

Writing Outcome

Communicate ideas clearly and proficiently in writing, appropriately adjusting content and arrangement for varying audiences, purposes, and situations

  • Students can meet this learning outcome by taking general education courses in the areas listed below or through a combination of coursework and approved educational experiences in any SCCC program.
    • English
    • Public Speaking
    • Communications
    • Fine Arts and Humanities

 

  • Courses that meet this outcome must proved learning experiences in the following skill sets through assignments, projects, or work experiences:
    • Skill Set A: Structure
      • Focused, unified, and organized
         
    • Skill Set B: Correctness
      • Errors may be present, but do not seriously impede writer-to-reader communication
         
    • Skill Set C: Content / Audience
      • Writing contains supporting detail and/or illustration adequate to meet audience needs

 

 

Oral Communication Outcome

Communicate ideas clearly and proficiently in speaking, appropriately adjusting content and arrangement for varying audiences, purposes, and situations.

  • Students can meet this learning outcome by taking general education courses in the areas listed below or through a combination of coursework and approved educational experiences in any SCCC program.
    • Public Speaking
    • Communications
    • Fine Arts and Humanities
    • Social Sciences

 

  • Courses that meet this outcome must proved learning experiences in the following skill sets through assignments, projects, or work experiences:
    • Skill Set A: Structure
      • Logical order and easy to follow
         
    • Skill Set B: Content
      • Topic contains supporting detail and/or illustration adequate to meet audience needs
         
    • Skill Set C: Delivery
      • Does not read the material
      • Acceptable eye contact
      • Appropriate posture
      • Easy to hear
      • Appropriate expression
      • Few grammar errors
      • Appropriate appearance
      • Uses few crutch words

 


Staging Enabled