Oral/Interpersonal Communication 10-801-196#83553 NET Fall...

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Oral/Interpersonal Communication 10-801-196 #83553 NET Fall 2016 (August 31-December 19) INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION Instructor : Melissa Wilke Telephone : 920-498-5676 Office : SC338 Email : [email protected] Office Hours : Mondays 12:30-1:20 p.m. Wednesdays 11:30-12:20 p.m. & 3:30-4:20 p.m. Fridays 11:30-12:20 p.m. and by appointment CLASS INFORMATION Course Description This course provides the opportunity for the learner to develop the knowledge, skills, process, and understanding of the communication process, perception and self-concept, language, listening, nonverbal communication, interpersonal relationships, communication in groups and public communication; prepare and deliver an oral presentation. Credits : 3 credits Class Schedule: NET Location: NA Prerequisites : Accuplacer- Reading 55 and Accuplacer Sentence Skills 60 OR ACT Reading 15 and ACT English 16 OR 10838105, Intro to Reading & Study Skills or 10831103, Intro to College Writing with "C" or better OR equivalent Supplies : Notebook, pen/pencil, electronic storage device Textbook: Adler, Ronald B., and Russell Proctor, II. Looking Out, Looking In . 15th Ed., Belmont, CA: Cengage Learning, 2017. ISBN : 978-1-305-07651-8 COURSE COMPETENCIES You have the opportunity to learn the following skills in this course: 1. Analyze communication situations. 2. Apply nonverbal skills 3. Apply listening skills. 4. Analyze the ways language affects communication. 5. Contribute as a group or team member. 6. Apply conflict resolution skills. 7. Evaluate how perception affects communication. 8. Evaluate now self-concept impacts communications 9. Analyze how culture, including gender, impacts communication styles. 10. Deliver an oral presentation. 11. Develop strategies for overcoming communication obstacles. EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS In addition to specific job-related training, NWTC has identified employability skills that are transferable and go beyond the context of a specific course. This class addresses the following such skills: Communicate effectively Think critically and creatively Work cooperatively and professionally Solve problems effectively Value individual differences and abilities Demonstrate personal accountability Demonstrate community and global accountability Last Updated August 2016 Class Syllabus
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RESPONSIBILITIES AND POLICIES Instructor Responsibilities: As your instructor, I commit to communicating openly and frequently with you about this class. I will maintain a professional, safe learning environment adhering to the policies of the college. You can expect a reply to communication, be it via e-mail, voicemail or in person, within 24-48 business hours. I will provide thorough evaluation of your assignments within 7- 10 days to assist you in the learning process.
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