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    UNIT 501 Use of development systems that promote communication 1.1 Facilitate the development of SMART objectives and work plans with team members SPECIFIC MEASURABLE ATTAINABLE RELEVANT TIME-BOUND Specific goal rather than generalise goals. You must tell exactly what is expected, why its important, who is involved, where its going to happen and which attributes are important. Your specific goal should cover - who is involved where- identify a location why- specific reasons

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    weaken customer relationships. Network channels of communication, their benefits and implications are not considered. Teams are created purely by location, in order to meet the organisations future vision for 2020. However, different tasks benefit from different communication networks. For example some roles within TSL require isolation or home working and would be categorised as a ‘wheel ‘ network whilst others are based upon a processing system following a ‘Y’ network structure, see figure 1.5

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    always lots of communication between all the decision makers in the group. This is something that we did not do an excellent job of when trying to get a system set up to acquire customer feedback data. It appears every member of executive management has his or her idea of how this should be done, when it should be done, and what information was to be obtained. At no time did they all sit down and conclude an answer to these questions so the employees trying to come up with the system were having

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    Children with Autism often have limited communication skills and rely on alternative communication methods to interact (Ganz, Parker & Benson, 2008). The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) uses a series of pictures to facilitate communication for individuals with Autism. Ganz, Parker, and Benson conducted a study to observe the effects of PECS on maladaptive behaviors frequently displayed by children with Autism. These behaviors include tantrums, biting, self-harm, and running away. This

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    through their writing, it is easier to try and put the date into categories. Back in his time, Aristotle created a system of elements called Rhetorical Elements to help fill the goals of the communication system. The three rhetorical elements are: ethos, which appeals to ethics and credibility, logos, which appeals to logic, and pathos, which appeals to emotions (“Business Communication, n.d.). Much later in time, two men named Charles Kostelnick and David Rogers created a sub-set of goals comprised

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    Language is something that we need and use for everything in our lives. Language is, “a symbolic communication system that is learned instead of biologically inherited.” (O’Neil, 2006). Language is communication that is either written down or spoken in words or sentences. We need to have a good understanding of language to learn, work and for our normal lives. You need to know language to be able to communicate with other people. Language has structure and meaning, for example words and sentences

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    Pec is a system that was developed in 1985 to help people with ASD communicate more effectively. PECS stands for Picture Exchange Communication System. Students with ASD often struggle and have difficulties communicating effectively with others starting from a very young age. Due to these difficulties. The child will often become easily frustrated with trying to verbalize or gesture their needs and wants. This can also be overwhelming for the person who's trying to receive the message as well. PECS

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    a. BICs—Basic Interpersonal Communication System i. Everyday talk ii. Basic interpersonal communication skills iii. In the stages of language development—early production and speech emergence. iv. Fluency takes 1-3 years v. Context imbedded vi. Survival language b. CALPs—Cognitive Academic Language i. Academic ii. Cognitive academic proficiency iii. In the stages of language development—Intermediate fluency and advanced fluency. iv. Complete fluency takes up to a lifetime v. Fewer non-verbal cues

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    Digital Satellite Communication Systems by Nwodo Nenne (Matriculation Number: 130805063) Department of Computer Sciences University of Lagos (Ref: CSC422/2014-15) Abstract Digital satellite communications is conducted in a bandwidth and power limited system of noise contributors, filters, nonlinear amplifiers, and adjacent channel interference. The objective of this paper is to investigate modern digital satellite communication systems. In this paper, the readers mind will be opened to the overall

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    The Defense Satellite Communications System (DSCS) began supporting wideband communications requirements for the government in the summer of 1966; the DSCS was broken down into three phases. The first phase was to send 26 small communications satellites to orbit with a lifespan of 18 months with one of the 26 satellites lasting 11 years after the launch (DSCS, 1982). Phase two of the DSCS program started shortly after the final launches to orbit of phase one. The first launches of phase two we

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