Verbal/Nonverbal Analysis – Did each group member contribute to the problem-solving discussion? How did the group decide who would talk at a time? Did one group member talk more than others? Overall was the group effective with verbal communication? How did nonverbal messages contribute to the group process?
Listening Analysis– How effective were the group members at listening to one another? Was there a member who exhibited good or poor listening skills? Why are listening skills important when working in a group?
Conflict Analysis – Did your group experience any conflict or differing opinions? What type of conflict: pseudo conflict, simple conflict, or ego conflict? How did conflict impact the group problem-solving experience? If a conflict was not experienced, how did your group avoid conflict?
What insights did you gain about the interpersonal communication process through working in this problem-solving group?
Your reaction essay should be at least 2 double-spaced pages, with a title page and a works cited. If you work with others in your class on this project, you need to turn in your own original reaction essay. Your group may not write up a single reaction essay and turn it in for all group members.