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Speech 1311:Introduction to Speech CommunicationSyllabusDallas College North Lake CampusContacting Your InstructorInstructors typically respond to emails from students within 24 hours. However, over theweekend and holiday periods responses may be delayed. Find out more aboutcontacting your instructor.Instructor Contact Information:Name:Michelle MeyerEmail:[email protected]Office Phone Number: 972-273-3379email is bestOffice Location: P 218, Online, and Collaborate SessionsOffice Hours: TR 10:00-11:00 am virtual, MW 11:30-12:30 pmSchool of: Creative Arts, Entertainment and DesignEmail:[email protected]Ph: 972-860-8912Course InformationCourse Title:Introduction to Speech Communication (Hybrid Course)Course Number:Speech 1311Section Number:71302Semester/Year:FALL 2021Credit Hours:3Class Dates/Location:October 18 – December 8 in T 205Class Times: MW 12:30-1:50 (Meeting dates will be discussed, some classes will beonline for the hybrid portion of our class.)Certification Date: October 23, 2021Last Day to Withdraw: November 24, 2021Course Prerequisites:College level ready in Reading and Writing.SAGE SCHOLAR: Sustainability Awareness and Global Education (SAGE) theme course1
Course DescriptionTheory and practice of speech communication behavior in one-to-one, small group, andpublic communication situations are introduced. Students learn more about themselves,improve skills in communicating with others, and prepare and deliver formal publicspeeches. (3 Lec.)Student Learning OutcomesUpon successful completion of this course, students will:1. Apply the principles of human communication including: perception, verbalcommunication, nonverbal communication, listening, and audience analysis.2. Demonstrate how to establish and maintain relationships through the use ofinterpersonal communication.3. Apply small group communication skills including: problem solving, group roles,leadership styles, and cohesiveness.4. Develop, research, organize, and deliver formal public speeches in person or viaTechnologies that Create Virtual Audiences (this is done through BlackBoardCollaborate Ultra; FlipGrid; Zoom; MicroSoft Teams). Students Present in front of theirProfessor and Peers in an Live….unedited Public Speaking Space.5. Recognize how to communicate within diverse environmentsTexas Core ObjectivesThe College defines essential knowledge and skills that students need to developduring their college experience. These general education competencies parallel theTexas Core Objectives for Student Learning. In this course, the activities you engage inwill give you the opportunity to practice two or more of the following core competencies:1.Critical Thinking Skills- to include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, andanalysis, evaluation and synthesis of information2.Communication Skills- to include effective development, interpretation, andexpression of ideas through written, oral, and visual communication3.Empirical and Quantitative Skills- to include the manipulation and analysis of

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