Jan 29, 2020  
2019-2020 Academic Catalog 
  
2019-2020 Academic Catalog

ADV0311 Group Advising: Social Language


This group advising course is designed to support students in developing their understanding and use of social pragmatic language. Students taking this course are provided with opportunities to improve their ability to manage social interactions as they apply to both social and academic settings. Students learn and practice social communication techniques and strategies with their peers in a small group setting. Course content may include but is not limited to the exploration of nonverbal interpretation, prosody, topic management, conversational flow and rhythm, creating personal and procedural narratives, verbally mediated problem-solving, self-advocacy, and listening. Course pedagogy will focus on small group interactions in a structured environment. This is a recommended course for students pursuing the option of Early Orientation. Students may also self-select this non-credit course under the direction of an advisor. Credits: 0.000