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CS_One(2) - CS One Winter 2010 Dee Bridgewater Ph.D Rolfe 2332 MW 1-2 Phone 310.859.2336 Purpose of Course The purpose of this course is facilitate

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CS One Winter, 2010 Dee Bridgewater, Ph.D. Rolfe 2332 MW 1-2 Phone: 310.859.2336 Purpose of Course : The purpose of this course is facilitate students in internalize a personal model of rhetorical theory. This model can be subsequently applied as the ideal to guide them in developing and presenting their own speeches; and as an integrated amalgam of criteria to assess the speeches of others vis a vis being: competent, compelling, and ethical. Student Requirements : Students are required to attend all class sessions (two absences allowed). During these sessions, students should come prepared to critique their fellow students’ presentations on criteria provided by the instructor and from assigned readings. In addition, students should be prepared to present their speeches (three in toto) on the day assigned (no make-up days will be given). Finally, in the eleventh week, each student will submit a ten page critique of a persuasive speaker heard outside of the classroom situation. (For a succinct itemization of student assignments and their definition, see the roster appearing at the end of the Syllabus.)
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CS_One(2) - CS One Winter 2010 Dee Bridgewater Ph.D Rolfe 2332 MW 1-2 Phone 310.859.2336 Purpose of Course The purpose of this course is facilitate

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