Interpersonal Communication

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Title Student’s Name
COM200: Interpersonal Communication
Instructor’s Name
Date (Sample March 19, 2014)

Introduction- Thesis Statement * If you’re having difficulties writing a thesis, use the thesis generator in the Ashford Writing Center - https://awc.ashford.edu/writing-tools-thesis-generator.html. Remember, a thesis should make a claim – a definitive statement – about some issue. Here is an example: Effective communication is the most important factor in a successful relationship. Without it, chances are, a relationship will fail. 1) Body Paragraph # 1 - Explain the principles of and barriers to effective interpersonal communications. (You don’t have to list the objectives in this order, but be sure you cover all
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iv. And don’t forget citations (Bevan & Sole, 2014, p.75).

c. Explanation of the central points from the article(s): Avoid just using a quote from a source. Explain what you think the author means. d. Why does this matter generally? Why does this matter for your couple? * Body Paragraph #3 - Differentiate appropriate levels of self-disclosure and emotional intelligence in various relationships. e. Topic Sentence: Remember, in this one, you are required to cover two topics. You will likely need at least two paragraphs, with two topic sentences. f. Supporting Evidence: The best papers will use an academic source and personal experience. v. If you have more than one point, use a separate line for each. vi. And don’t forget citations (Bevan & Sole, 2014, p.75).

g. Explanation of the central points from the article(s): Avoid just using a quote from a source. Explain what you think the author means. h. Explanation: i. Why does this matter generally? Why does this matter for your couple? 2) Body Paragraph #4 - Describe strategies for using communication techniques to resolve interpersonal conflicts. j. Topic Sentence: k. Supporting Evidence: The best papers will use an academic source and personal experience. vii. If you have more than one point, use a separate line for each.
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