What is the difference between discussions you would have in a college class and a casual conversation with a friend?
I think there are many differences between a college discussion and a casual
conversation, I feel this way because when classmates get together they discuss the
things that they learned in class. The difference in a casual friend conversation is the
use of their language. When I was attending Colorado Technical school, we had to
conduct group sessions via being on a telephone speaker, and I noticed that a during a
college discussion the students spoke clean, clearly, and respectfully toward one
another. When I was involved in discussions with my group we kept a positive attitude
and never spoke to one another in a negative manner.
I later noticed that when I spoke to a casual friend, the conversation was totally
different, we used slang words and somethings we used foul language. So, with this
said, there is a lot of difference in the communication in the classroom between fellow
classmates and friends. My friends understand our language between ourselves, but, I
wouldn't try to communicate with people in the same manner, because both
relationships are totally different and need to be handled in a separate manner at all
What are the three different ways you can demonstrate respect for your fellow classmates during discussions.
When I read the information about the communication in the classroom, it brought back
memories of when I was attended Colorado Technical College, we had a simular
discussion concerning how we should demonstrate respect for my classmates. I learned
from the reading and from my previous class, that it's always good to think about what I
am going to say first, before I raise my hand. My opinion is that we should show respect
for our classmates, by giving them a chance to share their...
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