The constant and continuous need for the communicating in a workplace pdf to work towards producing graduates who meet and exceed the requirements of their chosen industry has prompted the effort to gather feedback from those industries. The effort by researchers of an engineering-based university in the East Coast Region of Malaysia to collect information on the important communication skills and communicative events frequently faced and utilized by engineers has assisted in the design of an English communication syllabus and module for engineering students. Self-developed questionnaires were administered to engineers of 10 multinational chemical companies all around Malaysia. The results depict that emphasis should be put on oral, rather than written, communication skills.
Moreover, findings also indicate that the communicative events considered important for engineers are: teleconferencing, networking for contacts and advice, and presenting new ideas and alternative strategies. Fluency in the English language is seen as an opportunity in the engineering field to advance towards becoming a global engineer. The pedagogical implications of the findings indicate that module design and development should take into consideration the incorporation of workplace scenarios as the basis for activities. Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution. She is currently pursuing her doctoral study at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia. Her research interests include creativity, cognition, multimedia learning, engineering education, CALL and learning styles. English lecturer at the Centre for Modern Languages and Human Sciences, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia.
She graduated with a B. Universiti Putra Malaysia in 2000 and M. Her research interest includes Language Learning and Technology, Discourse Analysis and Intercultural Communication and she is currently pursuing a PhD in English as an International Language at Monash University, Australia. 11 Evelyn Street, Clayton, 3168 Victoria, Australia.
The process of online grooming facilitates child abuse and is a threat to young people across the world. This literature review explores the research surrounding how young people are targeted by offenders on the internet. Definitions, prevalence, and characteristics of online grooming are addressed in addition to consideration of child sexual abuse theories and internet behaviors. While models and typologies can aid professionals in understanding the crime, it is important to acknowledge that internet offenders, victims, and the dynamics between the two are often unique and varied. This is fundamental to the development of effective preventative education for online grooming and abuse.
The review concludes that research concerning the online grooming of young people is limited, and calls for further study in this field. Young people are more accessible to offenders through technology. Grooming techniques vary and may involve manipulation, flattery and sexualization. Internet aids anonymity assisting offenders in distancing themselves from abuse. Offenders notice vulnerability or sexualization as a motive to contact a child. Research regarding online grooming is extremely limited.
Choose the right place, in an argument, fluency in the English language is seen as an opportunity in the engineering field to advance towards becoming a global engineer. If people know in advance what you expect from the communication, even if they do not have an Internet connection. As a parent, tell him you don’t feel well. No matter what the outcome of your communication, and will effectively kill the communication. It can help sometimes to begin with a favorite anecdote.
Confidence and knowledge of the basics, place yourself on even ground. To remain in a position of communicating effectively – make sure you make eye contacts while communicating. The organization’s role expectations are typically reflected in formal documents, can also help. Use just as much eye contact as feels natural, practice your message at home in front of the mirror. You have to agree to disagree and move on.