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Unformatted text preview: Introduction to Public Speech Class Information CMN 1-001 Introduction to Public Speaking (Summer Session 1, 2010) Class Hours: MTWR 8:00am-9:40am, Wellman 229 Instructor: Hee Won Im (Cindy) Office Hours: Mondays 10:00am 11:00pm, or By Appointment, 352 Kerr Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Overview CMN 1 will introduce you to the fundamentals of oral composition and delivery, focusing on methods for improving your skills as a communicator and public speaker. You will be involved in a variety of activities designed to enhance your understanding of speech preparation and delivery including lectures, reading assignments, in-class presentations (speeches), papers, exams, written and oral critiques. Textbook Coopman & Lull, Public Speaking: The Evolving Art. (ISBN-13: 978-0-534-63727-9) Bookstore or www.iChapters.com Student Packet Supplementary: Weston, Rulebook for Arguments. Policies There are NO MAKEUPS for any missed speech, critique, exam, or paper. Students with doctor veriFed illnesses or other grave circumstances must contact me before the due date of the assignment to discuss possible arrangements. Students will arrange their scheduled speaking days in advance during meetings; incomplete required written work, absence, or lack of preparedness on a day in which you were assigned to speak will result in a zero for that assignment....
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