TAMU COMM 203- 511 and 515 Syllabu0-1

TAMU COMM 203- 511 and 515 Syllabu0-1 - -COMM 203:...

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-COMM 203: Principles, Practice and Criticism of Public Speaking–  Section 511; Monday, Wednesday, & Friday; 8:00 a.m. - 8:50 a.m. Section 515; Monday, Wednesday, & Friday; 9:00 a.m. -9:50 a.m. BLOC 137; Spring 2008 Instructor: Mr. Kevin Cosgriff-Hernandez E-mail : cosgriffhernandez@tamu.edu Office: BLTN 113 Phone: 979-845-4854 Office hours This is a supplemental syllabus to the Yellow Packet for COMM 203 Public Speaking, which is available in the MSC Bookstore. Course Description Communication 203: Principles, practice and criticism of public speaking. Training in speeches of social and technical interest designed to teach students to develop and illustrate ideas and information. Emphasis on public speaking that informs and persuades audiences. TAMU Undergraduate Catalog Course Syllabus The COMM 203 Packet for Public Speaking serves as the comprehensive course syllabus for this class. It is a required text and is available at the MSC Bookstore. The document you are now reading is the Section Detail that gives more specific information on this section of COMM 203. In addition, reference materials for this class are posted at elearning.tamu.edu for COMM 203- 533 and 536. It is your responsibility to read and familiarize yourself with course policies and information presented in these documents. -Required Materials- Stephen E. Lucas, The Art of Public Speaking , 9 th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2007. Nancy J. Street and Zach Schaefer, Packet for Public Speaking: COMM 203, Spring 2008 . Available at MSC Bookstore. Yellow cover 3-ring binder for PACKET and this document, Section Detail CD-ROM or USB thumb drive Two-pocket folder -Course Policies- Attendance is required It is expected that you will attend class, be prepared, ask questions and participate. Perfecting the skills and art of public speaking require practice, performance and participation. Therefore, you will learn in this class by doing. Of course this is difficult to do if you miss class, or are consistently late for class. If you miss more than three course meetings, your grade will be penalized. For more details about these policies, please review the course syllabus (Packet pgs. 4-10). Simply do not miss class. (See REFERENCE 11) If you cannot adhere to this policy, you will not pass this course. Check your NEO account every day http://student-rules.tamu.edu/rule61.htm Special accommodations If you require accommodation for a disability, please contact the Office for Students with Disabilities during the first week of class so that arrangements may be made. Accommodations will not be made retroactively. “The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal anti-discrimination statute that provides
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