This assessment task requires you to:

  1. Identify 5 communication skills that are important for a social worker and discuss why these skills are important.
  2. Seek feedback from someone you interact with regularly concerning the communication skills you have identified. This feedback needs to identify the strengths and areas of development concerning your communication skills.
  3. Write about the feedback you received and how you can use this to enhance your communication skills within your area of study.

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Word: 1500 (excluding references) Time: Saturday 8th September (6:00 pm Darwin Time) Question: This assessment task requires you to: Identify 5 communication skills that are important for a social worker and discuss why these skills are important. Seek feedback from someone you interact with regularly concerning the communication skills you have identified.  This feedback needs to identify the strengths and areas of development concerning your communication skills. Write about the feedback you received and how you can use this to enhance your communication skills within your area of study. Marking Criteria: Ability to identify the communication skills relevant to a social worker and discuss why these skills are important (40%) Evidence of an emerging ability to critically reflect on the feedback received and identifies strategies to improve communication skills (40%) Clarity of expression and adherence to essay writing standard (flow, logic, punctuation, grammar and spelling (10%) Evidence of wide reading (use of no less than 10 academic references) and adherence to referencing standards (APA 6th edition). At least 6 of these will be from the reference list. (10%) Presentation: The paper must be typed on a word processor; contain an introduction that outlines the logical structure of your paper; and contain a conclusion that critically reflects on the implications of your paper. Reference list and Readings: minimum 10 references should be used among which at least 8 should be from this list. Beebe, S. A., Beebe, S. J., & Redmond, M. V. (2014).Interpersonal communication: Relating to others (Seventh Pearson new international ed.). Harlow, Essex: Pearson Education Barna, L, M, (1994), Stumbling blocks in intercultural communication, Chapter 7, pp. 337-346, Intercultural Communication: a Reader, Belmont, California: Wadsworth Whetten, D., & Cameron, S. (2011). Developing Management Skills (8th. ed.). Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall. Robbins, S.P., &…

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