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Teacher EducationCentral CollegeSPCH 1311: Introduction to Speech CommunicationCRN 10061- Spring 2017Central Campus - Room 205 | 5:30-8:30pm | TTh3 hour lecture course / 48 hours per semester/ 8 weeksInstructor:Angela BarrettInstructor Contact Information:[email protected]cs.edu, Remind 101 Contact**The best way to contact me is by sending me an email. You can expect a response to youremail within 24hrs M-F, and intermittently on weekends.**Office location and hoursPlease feel free to contact me concerning any problems that you are experiencing in this course.You do not need to wait until you have received a poor grade before asking for my assistance.Your performance in my class is very important to me.I am available to hear your concerns andjust to discuss course topics. Feel free to make an appointment anytime.My office hours: AfterClassCourse DescriptionIntroduction to Speech Communication is a survey course in the basic principles of oralcommunication. Includes: the study of the use of the body and voice; the speaker listenerrelationship; interpersonal communication; cultural awareness; perceptions; self-concept;problem solving and decision making; interviewing; and preparation and delivery of platformand non-platform speeches. Open to all students and required of majors in Speech.PrerequisitesMust be placed into college-level reading (or take GUST 0342 as a co-requisite) and be placedinto college-level writing (or take ENGL 0310/0349 as a co-requisite).Student Learning OutcomesThe student will be able to:1. Apply the principles of human communication, including: perception, verbalcommunication, nonverbal communication, listening, and audience analysis2. Demonstrate how to establish and maintain relationships through the use ofinterpersonal communication3. Apply small group communication skills including: problem solving, grouproles, leadership styles, and cohesiveness
SPCH 1311page 2Fall 20174. Develop, research, organize, and deliver formal public speeches5.Recognize how to communicate within diverse environmentsLearning ObjectivesStudents will:1. Direct students to initiate and engage in conversations2. Provide opportunities for students to research and use different resources toattain data for formal and informal discussions, presentations, and conversations3. Place students in roles of interviewer and interviewee to enhance interviewingskills4. Give assignments that promote team and group participation, as well as thosethat develop leadership and followership skills5. Work with students individually and collectively to build self-confidence6.Train students to improve their vocal, aural, and nonverbal skillsCore Curriculum StatementThis course fulfills the Academic Core requirements: reading, writing, speaking/listening, criticalthinking, and computer/information literacy. Additionally, it fulfills the six objectives asprescribed by the Texas Coordinating Board: critical thinking skills, communication skills,

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