HURIER Method

HURIER Method

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Lost in Translation: Writing Prompt 3
Assignment Directions for Chapters 5, 6 and 7
The HURIER model takes a behavioral approach to listening. Using it can help you to develop more effective listening skills. The model focuses on the six key areas or stages of listening: hearing, understanding, remembering, interpreting, evaluating, and responding. In this exercise, you will apply the HURIER model to a fictitious conversation to better understand how each step works on its own and how they all work together in the listening process.
You have recently discovered that you have a long-lost relative living in another state, part of the U.S. you are not familiar with, or even another country. Your relative has invited you to visit and stay for free. You are excited to go, but soon discover he/she has many different meanings for the same words you use and it is a bit confusing.
For example, your long-lost relative tells you he plays football for Chelsea in England. You discover that football in England and football in the United States are two very different sports.
Step One: Select a location in which you have never lived, but know something about from a friend, movie or other source. An alternative is to select a place you have lived, but that was significantly different from where you live now and compare the place you used to live to where you live now.
Discuss, in your paper, three different words that mean something different in that place you selected than they do where you live (or where you live now) and explain the difference between the words. Identify which location has which meaning.
For example, when we want to take time off work in the United States, we typically say vacation. In England, when they take time off of work, they call it a holiday. We, in the U.S., usually use the word holiday for special days on the calendar year such as Thanksgiving or Christmas; whereas, holiday could be any day of the year in England.
Three Examples
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Needs Improvement (50-69%)
Fair (70-79%)
Good (80-89%)
Excellent (100%)
Three words with different meanings in two different cultures are not explained in the paper.
The student attempts to satisfy the requirements, but perhaps only 1 or 2 examples are provided AND/OR the examples are not correct AND/OR the examples are not clearly explained.
There are three examples of words that mean different things in two different cultures; however, the examples are not clearly explained and are not supported with any evidence.
The student clearly identifies three different words that mean something different in their own and another’s culture. Both cultures are identified and each example is correct. However, evidence and context are lacking.
The student clearly and completely identifies three different words that mean something different in their own language and then within another culture. Each item is explained and context is provided. Significant evidence and specific examples are included to support the student’s ideas.
Points Earned:__________/ 3.25 Possible Points
Step Two: In paragraph format in a 2-4 page paper, discuss how you would use the HURIER model to avoid a misunderstanding with your long-lost relative while you are in the foreign location by selecting one of the words you discussed in step one and putting it into a conversation format. Categorize the contents of the conversation into each of the listening stages (HURIER).
For example: I was having a conversation with my cousin about going on holiday. In the first stage of the HURIER model, hearing, I would be sure to pay attention in order to hear my relative talk. The best way to hear would be to make sure I focus on my cousin and not allow anything in the background to impair my hearing. According to Floyd (2011), hearing is the physical process that allows a person to recognize sound. In this case, I turned the TV down…
Keep in mind these requirements for content:
? An analysis of the conversation explaining how each step of the HURIER model was used: Hearing,
Understanding, Remembering, Interpreting, Evaluating and Responding. The steps of the model should
be addressed in order.
? Each item’s description and explanation will encompass a paragraph or two. Within this analysis of your
HURIER steps, define the individual steps, either by quoting or paraphrasing Floyd’s definitions.
? Include content regarding language from chapter 5, such as denotative and connotative meanings, and be
sure to define those ideas you use.
? Include content regarding nonverbal communication from chapter 6, as well as a definition of any ideas
that you include, either by quoting or paraphrasing Floyd’s definitions.
? Use specific examples from the conversation and relate them to each step in the model. Explain how
each example reflected the step you identified.
? Answer this question in the paper: Based on what you heard and saw, how did you know what the other
person meant?
Analysis of each step in the HURIER Method
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???Fair (70-79%)
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????The Hearing step is not addressed.
The Hearing step in the HURIER model is addressed, but not competently explained. The paper fails to provide any specific example of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section lacks evidence or explanation.
?The Hearing step in the HURIER model is defined, though not clearly and completely. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section includes some type of evidence or explanation, but lacks totality in these areas.
??The Hearing step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener AND/OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid a misunderstanding, though not with evidence or support. All ideas are explained and are supported with some type of evidence, though it may be insufficient.
?The Hearing step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener and in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid a misunderstanding. All ideas are completely explained and are supported with superior evidence.
?????????Points Earned:__________/ 6.5 Possible Points
?????Unmet (0 %)
????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
???Fair (70-79%)
?????Good (80-89%)
?????Excellent (100%)
????The Understanding step is not addressed.
???The Understanding step in the HURIER model is addressed, but not competently explained. The paper fails to provide any specific example of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section lacks evidence or explanation.
??The Understanding step in the HURIER model is defined, though not clearly and completely. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section includes some type of evidence or explanation, but lacks totality in these areas.
???The Understanding step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener AND/OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid a misunderstanding, though not with evidence or support. All ideas are explained and are
???The Understanding step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener and in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid a misunderstanding. All ideas are completely explained and are supported with superior evidence.
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?????????????????supported with some type of evidence, though it may be insufficient.
?????????Points Earned:__________/ 7.8 Possible Points
?????Unmet (0 %)
????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
???Fair (70-79%)
?????Good (80-89%)
?????Excellent (100%)
????The Remembering step is not addressed.
The Remembering step in the HURIER model is addressed, but not competently explained. The paper fails to provide any specific example of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section lacks evidence or explanation.
?The Remembering step in the HURIER model is defined, though not clearly and completely. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section includes some type of evidence or explanation, but lacks totality in these areas.
??The Remembering step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener AND/OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid misunderstanding, though not with evidence or support. All ideas are explained and are supported with some type of evidence, though it may be insufficient.
?The Remembering step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener and in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid a misunderstanding. All ideas are completely explained and are supported with superior evidence.
?????????Points Earned:__________/ 7.8 Possible Points
?????Unmet (0 %)
????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
???Fair (70-79%)
?????Good (80-89%)
?????Excellent (100%)
????The Interpreting step is not addressed.
The Interpreting step in the HURIER model is addressed, but not competently explained. The paper fails to provide any specific example of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section lacks evidence or explanation.
?The Interpreting step in the HURIER model is defined, though not clearly and completely. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section includes some type of evidence or explanation, but lacks totality in these areas.
??The Interpreting step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener AND/OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener determine avoid misunderstanding, though not with evidence or support. All ideas are explained and are supported with some type of evidence, though it may be insufficient.
?The Interpreting step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener and in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid a misunderstanding. All ideas are completely explained and are supported with superior evidence.
?????????Points Earned:__________/ 7.8 Possible Points
?????Unmet (0 %)
????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
???Fair (70-79%)
?????Good (80-89%)
?????Excellent (100%)
????The Evaluating step is not addressed.
The Evaluating step in the HURIER model is addressed, but not competently explained. The paper fails to provide any specific example of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section lacks evidence or explanation.
?The Evaluating step in the HURIER model is defined, though not clearly and completely. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section includes some type of evidence or explanation, but lacks totality in these areas.
??The Evaluating step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener AND/OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid misunderstanding, though not with evidence or support. All ideas are explained and are supported with some type of evidence, though it may be insufficient.
?The Evaluating step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener and in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid a misunderstanding. All ideas are completely explained and are supported with superior evidence.
?????????Points Earned:__________/ 7.8 Possible Points
?????Unmet (0 %)
????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
???Fair (70-79%)
?????Good (80-89%)
?????Excellent (100%)
????The Responding step is not addressed.
???The Responding step in the HURIER model is addressed, but not competently explained. The paper fails to provide any specific example of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to
??The Responding step in the HURIER model is defined, though not clearly and completely. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener OR in the
???The Responding step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener AND/OR in the conversation to
???The Responding step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener and in the conversation to complete
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?????????complete the stage. The section lacks evidence or explanation.
???conversation to complete the stage. The section includes some type of evidence or explanation, but lacks totality in these areas.
?????complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid misunderstanding, though not with evidence or support. All ideas are explained and are supported with some type of evidence, though it may be insufficient.
?????the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid a misunderstanding. All ideas are completely explained and are supported with superior evidence.
????Points Earned:__________/ 7.8 Possible Points
???Other ideas from Chapters 5 and 6
?????Unmet (0 %)
????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
???Fair (70-79%)
?????Good (80-89%)
?????Excellent (100%)
????The student does not address any concepts from Chapters 5 or 6.
???The student addresses other ideas from Chapters 5 and/or 6, but does not define or explain these ideas.
??The student addresses other ideas from Chapters 5 and/or 6 and provides some definition of each.
???The student addresses ideas from Chapters 5 and 6, properly names them and provides a competent definition of each idea included.
???The student includes ideas from Chapters 5 and 6 in the paper. Each idea is clearly and completely defined. Each idea is synthesized in the paper with strong evidence supporting its inclusion in the paper.
????Points Earned:__________/ 3.25 Possible Points
???To be successful, your paper should be written according to these required elements:
? Your paper should be typed, approximately 2-4 pages long, and double spaced.
? The paper should also be proofread, and mistakes in grammar, spelling, sentence structure, formatting
and other areas of paper mechanics should be kept to a minimum.
? Be sure to include a complete introduction to the paper that includes a thesis statement introducing the
main ideas of the paper. Organize the body of the paper into main ides that fit with your thesis
statement. Also include a conclusion to the paper that reviews and summarizes the paper.
? Please use either MLA or APA style citation in order to cite the sources used, whether they are quoted or
paraphrased.
Overall Outcomes Proofreading and Organization
???Unmet (0%)
?????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
?????Fair (70-79%)
??????Good (80-89%)
?????Excellent (90-100%)
???There are nine or more mistakes in proofreading, grammar, spelling, formatting or other paper mechanics. The paper does not follow a recognizable organizational structure, such as having main ideas, an introduction and a conclusion.
???There are seven or more mistakes in proofreading, grammar, spelling, formatting or other paper mechanics. The paper is organized in a recognizable way but does not include an identifiable introduction and conclusion.
???There are five or more mistakes in proofreading, grammar, spelling, formatting or other paper mechanics. The paper is organized and includes an identifiable introduction AND/OR conclusion.
????There are three or more mistakes in proofreading, grammar, spelling, formatting or other paper mechanics. The paper is organized and includes an identifiable introduction AND a conclusion.
???Mistakes in proofreading, grammar, spelling, formatting or other paper mechanics are limited to two or fewer. The paper is organized in a clear way and includes a complete introduction as well as a complete conclusion.
????Points Earned: / 6.5 Points Possible
?Citation
?????Unmet (0%)
????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
???Fair (70-79%)
??????Good (80-89%)
??????Excellent (90-100%)
????The paper includes no citation of any sort.
?There is some attempt at citation, BUT: the citation is not in a recognizable format, such as MLA or APA; OR a significant number of concepts are not cited; OR there is no in- text citation; OR paraphrases
??Some attempt at citation is included for most concepts used in the paper that are originally explained in a printed source AND most of these ideas are cited, whether they are paraphrased or
??In-text citation is included for most concepts used in the paper that are originally explained in a printed source AND all of these ideas are cited, whether they are paraphrased or directly quoted
??In-text citation is included for all concepts used in the paper that are originally explained in a printed source AND all of these ideas are cited using correct in-text citation, whether they are paraphrased
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are not cited.
directly quoted AND the citation is in a recognizable style and the style is used correctly in most cases AND in-Text citation is used but a Works Cited is not included.
AND the citation is in MLA or APA style and the style is used consistently AND a Works Cited is included at the end of the paper.
or directly quoted AND the citation is in MLA or APA style and the style is used consistently AND a Works Cited is included at the end of the paper and the Works Cited is free of errors.
Points Earned: / 6.5 Points Possible

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