Chapter 1, Slide B - Importance of Communication in Society
B. Semantics (How do we know we communication is "disordered"?)
1. "Disorders" versus "differences"
2. Normal communication is in the eye of the beholder
C. Games to appreciate communication: [Extra-credit: Optional]
1. 100 words minimum, email to instructor. Without using any words, spoken or written, try to get the following information from each of the persons in your group. You can draw, but not write, and can't use "sounds like". How long did it take compared to obtaining the information though spoken communication? How did you communicate the information?