1Speech 1311 – Introduction to Speech CommunicationDallas College Richland CampusSpring 2022Contacting Dr. DeanI usually respond to emails from students within 24 hours. However, over the weekend andholiday periods responses may be delayed.Professor Contact InformationDr. Sherry L. Dean Rovelo (Most students simply call me Dr. Dean to keep it simple.)Office: Bonham 223Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 1:00 -2:00p.m. in Bonham 223Tuesday/Thursday10:00-11:00 a.m. via Blackboard collaborate and by appointmentCell Phone: 214-282-4676Email: [email protected]Course InformationCourse title: Introduction to Speech CommunicationCourse number:SPCH 1311.82008 (Monday/Wednesday 8:00 –9:20 a.m. WH125 )SPCH 1311.82002 (Monday/Wednesday 9:30 – 10:50 a.m. WH125SPCH 1311.82014 (Monday/Wednesday 11:00 am. – 12:20 p.m. WH121)Credit hours: 3Course Dates: January 18 - May 12, 2022Course Certification Date:1/31/2022Last Day to withdraw with a “W”: 4/14/2022Prerequisite: College level ready in Reading and Writing.Course Description:Theory and practice of speech communication behavior in one-to-one,small group, and public communication situations are introduced. Students learn more aboutthemselves, improve skills in communicating with others, and prepare and deliver formal publicspeeches. (3 Lec.)Course Prerequisite: College level ready in Reading and Writing.Dallas College COVID Policy:To align with County Judge Clay Jenkins’ Order of August 16,2021, employees and students arerequired to wear masks while at Dallas College locations or events. The Center for DiseaseControl (CDC) recommendation applies to both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals asDallas County is an area of high transmissions of COVID-19.
2If you cannot comply with the requirement, please send me an email at[email protected] so that I can help you access class materials online and set up a virtualmeeting with you to assure your opportunity to learn.Please know that this class is designed to be flexible and to keep students engaged both in aface-to-face as well as an online modality. Pay careful attention to any announcements comingfrom the College and/or from me regarding potential changes in our face-to-face classes. Foradditional information seeGeneral Questions About COVID-19().If you contract COVID:Per instructions provided by the Dallas College Critical Response Office,students enrolled in face-to-face classes who become symptomatic or believe they have beenexposed to someone with COVID-19 should contact their healthcare provider andnotify theirinstructor immediately by sending an email to [email protected] If a student testspositive for COVID-19, the impacted individual or their instructor should submit thePositiveCOVID-19 Reporting Form(?