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Directions: Read Chapter 9 in our textbook, Learning Through Serving, 2nd editio

Directions: Read Chapter 9 in our textbook, Learning Through Serving, 2nd edition. Next, address the Discussion Post below based on the D-U-E Process (page 147) in Chapter 9.
Identify an interpersonal conflict YOUexperienced. How might YOU have turned that conflict with another individual into “Constructive Conversation” using the D-U-E Process? Use personal examples, experiences and/or observations to explain each step in the process (See page 147).
Label your answers Q1, Q2 and Q3.
Q1: STEP #1: Describe:
Q2: STEP #2: Understand:
Q3: STEP #3: Encourage:
Be sure to type your CORRECT Word Count at the end of BOTH your Response and Peer Reply.
Based on the readings from Chapter 11 in our class textbook, “Learning Through Serving,” 2nd edition, answer the following questions.
Directions: Review the Self-Assessment Matrix Chart (SAM) and its descriptors on pages 169-170, AND page 176. Reflecting on your years at FAU, take a personal assessment (Inventory) of your Senior year at FAU. (1) Identify the Skill Level (i.e., Explorer, Novic, Engaged, or Expert) you would currently place yourself for ALL of the Activity Components listed below. (2) Explain “Why” you selected THAT particular Skill Level for each response.
LABEL YOUR RESPONSES AS: A,B,C, D, and E.
(A) Experience: I see myself as the Explorer, Novic, Engaged or Expert. Why do you see yourself at this particular “Skill Level” when it comes to your Experience at FAU?
(B) Personal Development: I see myself as the Explorer, Novic, Engaged or Expert. Why do you see yourself at this particular “Skill Level” when it comes to your Personal Development at FAU?
(C) Intercultural Competence: I see myself as the Explorer, Novic, Engaged or Expert. Why do you see yourself at this particular “Skill Level” when it comes to your Intercultural Competence at FAU?
(D) Civic Engagement: I see myself as the Explorer, Novic, Engaged or Expert. Why do you see yourself at this particular “Skill Level” when it comes to your Civic Engagement?
(E) Capacity to Work in Communities: I see myself as the Explorer, Novic, Engaged or Expert. Why do you see yourself at this particular “Skill Level” when it comes to you r Capacity to Work in Communities?
DISCUSSION POST #11 IS WORTH +30 POINTS!
Be sure to include the Word Counts for your Response and Peer Reply.

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