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- Demonstrate the ability to assess the appropriateness and effectiveness of interpersonal strategies used in various interpersonal situations, including mediated and face to face interactions.
- Demonstrate skill in selecting and using a variety of communication strategies and responses based on situational contexts, goals, and human needs.
- Differentiate between theories that explain interpersonal interaction.
- Demonstrate the ability to analyze and critique verbal and nonverbal messages in interpersonal interactions.
- Distinguish between different aspects of meaning in language use.
- Compare and contrast connotative and denotative meanings.
- Identify rules of language via grammar.
- Recognize how verbal communication affects cognition.
- Argue how language can construct one’s reality.
- 2.1: Nature of language
- 2.2: Functions of verbal communication