Comm. 327: Interpersonal Communication

Course Description

Introduction to Interpersonal Communication will examine behavior from a theoretical and applied perspective. It will include observations, analysis, and skill building in relationship development. Interpersonal communication is one on one interaction between individuals. It is the process of creating social relationships.

Topics in this course include language use, perceptions, listening, verbal-nonverbal behavior, conflict management, diverse relationships, etc. The class will consist of discussions, team observations, reflections, analysis, skills-rehearsals, lectures, and much more.

Course Syllabus

Student Involvement:

Communication 327 Student Testimony Video: Students express their excitement about Communication 327 and explain why it is a great class

Friendships in College Video: Student creates video highlighting the importance of friendships in college

disAbility Awareness Week Video : Student creates video highlighting student involvement with disAbility Awareness on Western’s campus

Make A Difference Day album: This album includes images of students working to make a difference on the national day of volunteering

Interpersonal Comm PPT: This PowerPoint includes images of Spring of ’13 Interpersonal class and Fall of ’13 Interpersonal class

Make A Difference Day Video

Friendship Day album- Spring 2009 : Photos of students honoring and enjoying the company of their friends during “Friendship Day”

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