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Diversity and Intercultural Communication Assignments - Summary
In this chapter, you'll find instructions for the required assignments in Communications 301. Drawing from the diversity and intercultural communications knowledge you gained throughout the course, you'll be asked to complete writing-based assignments that discuss methods for overcoming communication barriers. You can write about cultural conflicts from a variety of arenas, including:
- Armed conflicts
- The workplace
How Assignments Work
These intercultural communications assignments must be completed by any College Accelerator member who is taking the course to apply for transferable college credit.
- Open an intercultural communications assignment and read through the instructions.
- Understand the scoring rubric that your assignment will be graded on.
- Thoroughly review your assignment, checking for plagiarism and concepts learned in the course.
- Fill out the submission form (link included in the assignment) and attach your assignments.
- Proceed to the proctored final exam on the Exams tab (you do not need to wait for your assignment grades before taking the final exam).
If you are not applying for credit, you do not need to submit your assignments.
1. Communications 301 Assignment: Cultural Identity & Communication
If you have a Study.com College Accelerator membership and are seeking college credit for this course, you must submit an essay and pass the proctored final exam. You must submit your essay before registering for the final. Below you will find prompts and instructions for submitting your essay.
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Other chapters within the Communications 301: Diversity and Intercultural Communication course
- Communication as a Process
- Understanding Culture
- The Influence of Culture on Communication
- Cultural Differences in Nonverbal Communication
- The Impact of Cultural Conflict on Communications
- Ethnocentricity, Prejudice & Stereotypes
- Sexism, Gender Roles & Communication
- Intercultural Communication in the Workplace
- Culture & Communication at School
- Culture & Communication in Healthcare
- Developing Competence in Intercultural Communication