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Interpersonal Communication

Course Introduction
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Interpersonal Communication
Mount Vernon Nazarene University
Fall 2014
Dr. Dennis Schultz

Copyright © 2005 Allyn & Bacon
2. Skills: I would like to improve my skills in HOW I communicate with others, especially non verbally. I have a habit of not paying attention as to HOW I am saying things, or what my body language is implying. I would like to improve from a 4 to a 7.

 
3. Relationship: I hope to improve my IC within my friendships and other relationships from a 5 to an 8. (Especially when it comes to explaining my feelings, etc)
Course Goals
Top left block, pages number top right

Student Name
COM1013 Interpersonal Communication Section #
Fall 2014
Dr. Dennis Schultz
Paper #
IC Concept or Theory: [centered]
Reflection Papers
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Schultz
Dennis

COM 1013
Interpersonal Communication



Dr. Dennis Schultz
Fall 2014
Mount Vernon Nazarene University
Today let’s talk personally about any

Health issues
Transportation problems
Learning disabilities or difficulties
Communication apprehension
Expectations for the course
Special Needs?
Here are my 3 goals for the course this semester:

1. Knowledge: I would like to improve my knowledge of IC, especially as it relates to gender differences. Not only will this information be beneficial to me within my day-to-day interactions, but also within future relationships. I hope to improve from a 5 to an 8.
3 course goals

3 course goals
Knowledge storehouse
Skill toolbox
Relationship communication

Quantify
Now e.g. 4
End of course e.g. 9
Course Goals
Select a song or video clip that illustrates an interpersonal communication concept – present to class, 1-page

bibliography of the song and artist (or clip info)

2 paragraphs about how the song illustrates a concept

2 paragraphs about why you like this song, and how it helps you understand and illustrate the concept
DJ/VJ Favorite Song or Video Clip
Esther
by Marc Chagall

1. Brief interpersonal communication overview of the story line of the work;
2. Identification of at least three IC concepts;
3. Clear explanations of how the IC concepts were illustrated in the movie, novel, art, or tv show
4. A description of how this film or book has assisted the student in his/her own interpersonal communication skills.
Literary: Movie, novel, artwork, or tv show Paper
6 Quizzes @ 20 pts/each 120
5 papers @ 30 pts/each 150
DJ/VJ presentation & paper
@ 30 pts
Attendance @ 60 points
participation @ 70 points
Final Exam @ 70 points
Total = 500
Assignments & Grading
Much of life is being present and engaged!

Throughout the semester, when we reach certain course content, there will be graded in-class assignments.
Attendance Policy
Syllabus & Schedule
Attendance
Textbook – Resources
Participation Expectations
Grading Rationale – Assignments
Inclement Weather Policy
Withdrawing from Course
Special Needs/Considerations
Expectations for the Course
Graduate school
Communication Studies - University of Minnesota
M.Div. Studies - Palmer Seminary

Doctor of Ministry in marriage & family -
Eastern University
Seminary
M.A.R. in urban mission
College
B.A. in sociology, journalism, & Bible
Concord Liberty Baptist Church

(American Baptist Churches/USA)
Johnstown (Licking County)
Bi-vocational Pastor
22 Yahweh God fashioned the rib he had taken from the man into a woman, and brought her to the man.

23 And the man said: This one at last is bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh! She is to be called Woman, because she was taken from Man.

24 This is why a man leaves his father and mother and becomes attached to his wife, and they become one flesh.
Genesis 2:22-24
New Jerusalem Bible

Genesis 1:28 God blessed them and said to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky and over every living creature that moves on the ground.”
God creates Interpersonal Communication with Adam/Eve
Genesis account of the creation – (NIV)

1:3 And God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light.

1:26 Then God said, “Let us make human beings in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals, and over all the creatures that move along the ground.”
The Bible's first Interpersonal Communication

Distinctive,
transactional
form of human communication

involving
mutual
influence

for
managing personal relationships

IC pg 3
Interpersonal Communication
Read over the syllabus and schedule

Read Chapter 1

Construct your 3 personal course goals

Consider:
1. A favorite song or video clip 2. A literary selection
Wednesday
Movie: "P.S. I Love You"

Novel:
The Hunger Games
by Suzanne Collins

Poem: "Mending Wall" by Robert Frost

Artwork: "Esther" by Marc Chagall

Tv program: "The Big Bang Theory"

Graphic Novel: "The Dark Knight" by Mike W. Barr
Examples
[Paper 1-3] – IC Concept you choose

[Paper 4] reflection on an interpersonal communication relationship concept of friendship, romance, love, dating, marriage, or family

[Paper 5] illustration of an IC Concept as captured in a movie, novel, poem, work of art, or tv show

Reflection Papers – 5 total

Interpersonal Communication:
Relating to Others, 7th Edition
Beebe, Beebe, and Redmond, Pearson, 2014.
Textbook
Wife ~ Dr. Yvonne Schultz
Dean of the School of Arts & Humanities
Associate Professor of English

2 daughters
One son-in-law
One grandchild

Pets: a bull dog
Family
The home of LeBron James
Akron, Ohio
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Akron, Ohio – the home of
The automobile tire capital of the world!
Akron, Ohio
Mount Vernon
Nazarene University

Communication Department since 2006
Adjunct Professor


Genesis 2:23 The man said,

“This one is now bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh; she shall be called ‘woman,’ for she was taken out of man.”
The Birth of human to human interpersonal communication
“Communication is to a relationship
what breathing is to maintaining life.”


Virginia Satir
Renown Interpersonal Communication
and Marriage and Family therapy pioneer
Interpersonal Communication
3. Join together as 2 dyads. Introduce your partner to the other dyad.

Take notes.
Another in small group introduces to the class.
Any questions?
Your name
Other’s preferred 1st name
Welcome __________!
1. Divide into dyads – groups of two.

2. Interview each other.

Discover your partner’s
Hometown
Academic major
2 favorite leisure activities
or interests
Getting To Know One Another
Note the exit route for this classroom.
Evacuations
Listen to WNZR
Or Mt. Vernon radio stations WQIO/WMVO
Call 392-6868 ext 1600
Don’t endanger yourself or others
Inclement Weather
God the First Communicator
Understanding the "Community of Persons" who is the Trinity helps us understand the relational elements of God's communication with us.

Because we bear God's"image and likeness," we have the ability to communicate with God and with others in interpersonal communication.
http://www.lebronjames.com/
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