|Answer: Patrick Graybill
did not stand behind the podium but instead he walked forward on the
was closer to his audience. He wanted to have a conversation with
his audience and not just give a one sided speech.
Steve Jobs stood behind the podium throughout his speech and did not engage his audience in conversation.
|Answer: He waves his hand slightly to gain attention. He also uses eye contact to watch his audience to see if anyone is not following along.|
|Answer: Collectivists care about the group and support each other instead of thinking on their own individual needs. Patrick Graybill is being supportive and encouraging to this group of deaf students. He cares about making a connection with them by standing closer and engaging them during his presentation.|
|Answer: He is talking to them about visiting Korea and he pauses to see if they understand where the country is located. When they don't comprehend, he expands upon it by spelling the name K-O-R-E-A, showing them the sign, and then deccribing flying over there. He aks if they know where Japan is and then shows where Korea is in relation to Japan.|
Take about 15-20 minutes to compare and contrast your own culture with a classmate.
How do they compare to what you have observed and read about Deaf culture?
Be ready to share your findings with the class.