See-I is a 4-part essay where you will explore one particular concept in depth.The Beginning statement will be listed in the Syllabus and in the Canvas Assignment.
S- Statement. Should be a direct response to the question asked at the top of this assignment. Your statement should be concrete and direct, picking one answer and not offering multiple answers. You can complete each statement in one to two sentences.
This is one sentence, one statement that completes the prompt I asked.
E- Elaboration. The Elaboration section should begin with IN OTHER WORDS. This section should be five to seven sentences long. In this section, you should explain and justify your choice for statement completion.”In other words….” (5-7 sentences)
E-Example. The example section should begin with FOR EXAMPLE. This section is also five to seven sentences long. In this section, you should provide an example of the phenomenon you are explaining in your assignment.
“For example….” (5-7 sentences)
I- Illustration. The illustration section should begin with THIS IS LIKE. This section can be one or two sentences. This should be a metaphoric explanation of the phenomenon in the assignment. IT can also be an analogy. it can even be an image or drawing, you just have to explain how the illustration applies to your position, The illustration is different than an Example do not use the same thing for the Example and Illustration.
What is the most important aspect of Non-Verbal Communication?
S-The most important aspect of non-verbal communication is that it is able to convey the intent of your message even if you mess up your words.
E- In other words, sometimes when we are giving a verbal message we may be explaining something but our audience may not understand. The misunderstanding may occur due to language or knowledge barrier. However, nonverbal communication is fairly universal. There are some exceptions to this and we must be culturally sensitive. However, regardless of the culture we come from we all learn non-verbal communication from an early age. This makes us more fluent in non-verbal communication. Also, sometimes we try to hide things with our words but, we can usually tell the deeper meaning by watching for non-verbal cues.
E-For Example, when out on a date with a new person you might be having easy conversation but you want to know if they are into you. One way to determine whether the conversation is genuine is to examine their body language. If your date is saying that you are very interesting and they love your story they would be leaning in toward you. Their legs might also be crossed toward you and they may use positive affect touches to enforce that they like you. Also, if your date says they think you are funny and is laughing at your jokes you can tell if it is genuine laughter based on their facial expressions. When a smile or laughter is not genuine the person’s eyes don’t move. When we laugh or smile genuinely our eyes glimmer and have wrinkles around them
I-This is like in family reunion photos. You can look and see who is really happy to be there based on the wrinkles around their eyes in the smile. If there are no wrinkles, then no one wants to be in the photo.
The illustration should be a simile so it should be comparison of a like thing,. (this is my professor’s comment from the previous the same format essay)