Part 1: Analyzing your communication (15 points)Go back through your emails, social media posts, or text messages and locate a communication you sent to someone when your emotions were high (positive or negative). Please complete the following:First, type the email/text at the top of the page, or physically attach it to your submission. (1 point)Write about why your emotions were high (positive or negative) when you sent the email or text. be sure to address what about your core values, life experiences, past communications or similar experience were impacting this communication exchange? (2 points)Point out specifically the words in the email that might have triggered (caused an emotional reaction) for the other person and why. Remember trigger words are the one to cue in on – the ones that disclose your true emotions/thoughts. Trigger words are not just ones that make us feel bad, they are ones that we say or write to signal or invoke emotions in the receiver. You must reference the I-statements sections of Ch. 3 on pages 45 & 46. You must use the content and terminology from Ch. 3 of the textbook and properly cite them using APA format.(9 points)Finally, reflect upon how you might have communicated differently. As you do so, consider any ways you might have increased the accuracy your perception. Use your response from “part 2” above and from the end of Chapter 2 of the textbook. You must use the content and terminology from Ch. 2 of the textbook and properly cite them using APA format. (3 points)Part 2: Emailing your professor (15 points)The relationship between professors and students is similar to that between employers and employees.If you have not already, read chapter 24 from the “Say This, NOT That” book (Bremen CH 24.pdf ). Lost in Transmission PowerPoint.Scenario: After spending hours writing a paper and turning it in with confidence, you receive a bad grade. There is little feedback, and what feedback is there is very critical. You are going to speak with your professor.First, how would you feel if this happened to you? (2 points)What channel of communication (face-to-face, text, phone, etc.) are you going to use and why? (Go back to Chapter 1 of your textbook, if you need a refresher). (2 points)Script out word-for-word what you say to your professor. (This may not be a general description; it must be word-for-word what you would say.) Please just write out what you will say; we cannot know what the other person would say.) (4 points)Identify your use of “I” and “you” statements and trigger words (emotionally charged language) in your script and how they might impact the professor’s perception. You must use the content from the Say This, NOT that text provided and terminology from Ch. 2 and 3 of the textbook and properly cite them using APA format. (8 points)(8 points)
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