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Distribution of verbal via non-verbal features of speech 

Distribution of verbal via non-verbal features of speech 

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In the 21st century, mastering English language helps fresh graduates to cope with workplace communication in any situation There are four language aspects that attributes to communicative competence (Canale & Swain, 1980). The most important is competency in grammatical and sociolinguistic which are needed for successful communication and, importa...

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... of the data showed that in the two volumes of English textbooks (Vision 1 and Vision 2) taught in grades 10 and 11 of Iranian high schools respectively, women were less visible than men in regards with occupational roles. As it can be observed in Table 4, males were represented in 16 occupations, whereas females were represented in 9 occupations in Vision 1 and Vision 2 collectively. Figure 1 shows the occupational visibility of males and females in Vision 1 and Vision 2 ...
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... results reveal that there a number of features described by the HR managers on the performance of fresh graduates during an interview. According to them, majority of fresh graduates performed either averagely or poorly during job interviews. The fresh graduates which they faced during the interviews found to be lack of some of the important skills and reflects on their attitude e.g poor communication skills, limited vocabulary and not serious. Below is list of features seen during a job interview: Figure 1. Features shown by fresh graduates during job interview Figure 1 clearly shows the features of fresh graduates performance during job interviews. Out of 11 features displayed, 6 of them are related to English language; poor communication skills, poor in grammar, poor utterances, limited vocabulary, poorly constructed sentences and don't know what to speak. These features are also considered to be the reasons behind the poor performance shown by fresh graduates. For example a poor communication skills candidate could lead to some misunderstandings and misinterpretation during the job interview. This could lead the interviewer to put more effort in repeating or rephrasing the question in order to get more information and may eventually get frustrated if the answers provided by the candidates were not clear and concise. Another example is don't know what to speak. This particular comment was strongly highlighted by the HR managers. The HR managers found the candidates prefer to be silent mode when they could not answer the question, or they would just utter 'don't know how to say'. This is another contributing factor to frustration, reflecting candidates' attitude of not being prepared and not improving their English language before applying for a job or attending any interviews. This can be considered as the highest probabilities of fresh graduates on being unemployed. The findings are consistent with media articles released from our nation newspaper Rozana Sani (2016) from New Straits Times and Ahmad (2016) from The Malay mail.The main issue stated was that one of the foremost reasons of not getting employed was poor performance due to inability to deliver in English ...
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... results reveal that there a number of features described by the HR managers on the performance of fresh graduates during an interview. According to them, majority of fresh graduates performed either averagely or poorly during job interviews. The fresh graduates which they faced during the interviews found to be lack of some of the important skills and reflects on their attitude e.g poor communication skills, limited vocabulary and not serious. Below is list of features seen during a job interview: Figure 1. Features shown by fresh graduates during job interview Figure 1 clearly shows the features of fresh graduates performance during job interviews. Out of 11 features displayed, 6 of them are related to English language; poor communication skills, poor in grammar, poor utterances, limited vocabulary, poorly constructed sentences and don't know what to speak. These features are also considered to be the reasons behind the poor performance shown by fresh graduates. For example a poor communication skills candidate could lead to some misunderstandings and misinterpretation during the job interview. This could lead the interviewer to put more effort in repeating or rephrasing the question in order to get more information and may eventually get frustrated if the answers provided by the candidates were not clear and concise. Another example is don't know what to speak. This particular comment was strongly highlighted by the HR managers. The HR managers found the candidates prefer to be silent mode when they could not answer the question, or they would just utter 'don't know how to say'. This is another contributing factor to frustration, reflecting candidates' attitude of not being prepared and not improving their English language before applying for a job or attending any interviews. This can be considered as the highest probabilities of fresh graduates on being unemployed. The findings are consistent with media articles released from our nation newspaper Rozana Sani (2016) from New Straits Times and Ahmad (2016) from The Malay mail.The main issue stated was that one of the foremost reasons of not getting employed was poor performance due to inability to deliver in English ...
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... is the foundation of human interactions. Verbal communication refers to interactions during the execution of the work. Verbal communication should be qualified by the following characteristics: clarity, audibility, flexibility, control, and fluency. The research of Krauss (2000) is one of the prior studies among all studies, which have been done on verbal communication. According to Krauss (yr), all communication systems operate similarly, without relation to complexity or simplicity. The principle suggests that, signals may transfer messages from the source to the destination without any verbal feature. In fact, verbal communication is only 35% of features of speech. The remaining 65% of nonverbal communication/body language includes facial expression, tone of voice, movement, appearance, eye contact, gestures, and postures. Figure.1 shows that the greater part of communication includes nonverbal features of speech. ...
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... of the data showed that in the two volumes of English textbooks (Vision 1 and Vision 2) taught in grades 10 and 11 of Iranian high schools respectively, women were less visible than men in regards with occupational roles. As it can be observed in Table 4, males were represented in 16 occupations, whereas females were represented in 9 occupations in Vision 1 and Vision 2 collectively. Figure 1 shows the occupational visibility of males and females in Vision 1 and Vision 2 ...
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... results reveal that there a number of features described by the HR managers on the performance of fresh graduates during an interview. According to them, majority of fresh graduates performed either averagely or poorly during job interviews. The fresh graduates which they faced during the interviews found to be lack of some of the important skills and reflects on their attitude e.g poor communication skills, limited vocabulary and not serious. Below is list of features seen during a job interview: Figure 1. Features shown by fresh graduates during job interview Figure 1 clearly shows the features of fresh graduates performance during job interviews. Out of 11 features displayed, 6 of them are related to English language; poor communication skills, poor in grammar, poor utterances, limited vocabulary, poorly constructed sentences and don't know what to speak. These features are also considered to be the reasons behind the poor performance shown by fresh graduates. For example a poor communication skills candidate could lead to some misunderstandings and misinterpretation during the job interview. This could lead the interviewer to put more effort in repeating or rephrasing the question in order to get more information and may eventually get frustrated if the answers provided by the candidates were not clear and concise. Another example is don't know what to speak. This particular comment was strongly highlighted by the HR managers. The HR managers found the candidates prefer to be silent mode when they could not answer the question, or they would just utter 'don't know how to say'. This is another contributing factor to frustration, reflecting candidates' attitude of not being prepared and not improving their English language before applying for a job or attending any interviews. This can be considered as the highest probabilities of fresh graduates on being unemployed. The findings are consistent with media articles released from our nation newspaper Rozana Sani (2016) from New Straits Times and Ahmad (2016) from The Malay mail.The main issue stated was that one of the foremost reasons of not getting employed was poor performance due to inability to deliver in English ...
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... results reveal that there a number of features described by the HR managers on the performance of fresh graduates during an interview. According to them, majority of fresh graduates performed either averagely or poorly during job interviews. The fresh graduates which they faced during the interviews found to be lack of some of the important skills and reflects on their attitude e.g poor communication skills, limited vocabulary and not serious. Below is list of features seen during a job interview: Figure 1. Features shown by fresh graduates during job interview Figure 1 clearly shows the features of fresh graduates performance during job interviews. Out of 11 features displayed, 6 of them are related to English language; poor communication skills, poor in grammar, poor utterances, limited vocabulary, poorly constructed sentences and don't know what to speak. These features are also considered to be the reasons behind the poor performance shown by fresh graduates. For example a poor communication skills candidate could lead to some misunderstandings and misinterpretation during the job interview. This could lead the interviewer to put more effort in repeating or rephrasing the question in order to get more information and may eventually get frustrated if the answers provided by the candidates were not clear and concise. Another example is don't know what to speak. This particular comment was strongly highlighted by the HR managers. The HR managers found the candidates prefer to be silent mode when they could not answer the question, or they would just utter 'don't know how to say'. This is another contributing factor to frustration, reflecting candidates' attitude of not being prepared and not improving their English language before applying for a job or attending any interviews. This can be considered as the highest probabilities of fresh graduates on being unemployed. The findings are consistent with media articles released from our nation newspaper Rozana Sani (2016) from New Straits Times and Ahmad (2016) from The Malay mail.The main issue stated was that one of the foremost reasons of not getting employed was poor performance due to inability to deliver in English ...
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... is the foundation of human interactions. Verbal communication refers to interactions during the execution of the work. Verbal communication should be qualified by the following characteristics: clarity, audibility, flexibility, control, and fluency. The research of Krauss (2000) is one of the prior studies among all studies, which have been done on verbal communication. According to Krauss (yr), all communication systems operate similarly, without relation to complexity or simplicity. The principle suggests that, signals may transfer messages from the source to the destination without any verbal feature. In fact, verbal communication is only 35% of features of speech. The remaining 65% of nonverbal communication/body language includes facial expression, tone of voice, movement, appearance, eye contact, gestures, and postures. Figure.1 shows that the greater part of communication includes nonverbal features of speech. ...

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