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COURSE:Speech 1311/Introduction to Speech CommunicationSEMESTER:Fall 2016Brookhaven CollegeDIVISION:Communication DivisionSECTION:Speech 1311-21002Speech 1311-21004Speech 1311-21005DAYS\TIME:Section 1311-21002 7:30 a.m. – 8:50 a.m. M/W T302 BHCSection 1311-21004 9:00 a.m. – 10:20 a.m. M/W T302 BHCSection 1311-21005 10:30 – 11:50 a.m. M/W T302 BHCINSTRUCTOR:Elizabeth WhatleyOFFICELOCATION:L-367OFFICEPHONE:972-860-4555OFFICE HOURS:I am available before or after class, email to arrange a specific time if needed.EMAIL:[email protected]**********************************************************************************************This course syllabus is intended as a set of guidelines for Speech 1311.Both Brookhaven College and your instructor reserve the right to makemodifications in content, schedule, and requirements as necessary to promotethe best education possible within prevailing conditions affecting this course.**********************************************************************************************
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Note:Please set cell phones to silent/off.Textbook:Think CommunicationEngleberg & Wynn 2015, 3rdEditionISBN 978-0-205-94450-7Catalog DescriptionTheory and practice of speech communication behavior in one-to-one, small group, and publiccommunication situations are introduced. Students learn more about themselves, improve skills incommunicating with others, and prepare and deliver formal public speeches.(3 Lec.)Coordinating Board Academic Approval Number 2313045112Course PrerequisitesCollege level ready in reading and writing.Method of EvaluationAll tests and assignments are based on the following system.Grading and assignment identification:Your grade will be based on the points earned on the following assignments:Exam 1100 pointsExam 2100 pointsFinal (Award Speeches)50 points (the Final is two parts, 50 points for each part)Journal Submissions60 points (6 journals, worth 10 points each)Peer Evaluations40 points (4 speaking days, 10 points for each day)Listening Assessment50 pointsEthics Essay100 pointsInformative Speech Outline25 pointsInformative Speech100 pointsPersuasive Speech Outline25 pointsPersuasive Speech200 pointsGroup Project150 pointsGrades will be added up for a total of 1000 possible points and divided by 10 for a scale of:Grading Scale90 – 100 = A80 - 89 = B70 - 79 = C60 - 69 = DBelow 60 = FCore ObjectivesAs a course included in the DCCCD Core Curriculum, SPCH 1311 provides students with the opportunity todevelop the following skills:1.Critical Thinking– to include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation andsynthesis of information.
2.Communication– to include effective development, interpretation, and expression of ideas throughwritten, oral, and visual communication.3.Teamwork– to include the ability to consider different points of view and to work effectively withothers to support a shared purpose or goal.4.Personal Responsibility– to include the ability to connect choices, actions, and consequences toethical decision- making.

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