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jon hogan CRS 325 syllabus - spring 2011

jon hogan CRS 325 syllabus - spring 2011 - Hogan 1 CRS 325...

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Hogan 1 CRS 325: Presentational Speaking Syllabus Spring 2011 Recitation Instructor: Jon Hogan Sims Hall 125 315-443-2043 (TA Office Phone) [email protected] Office Hours: Tuesday 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Thursday 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Other hours can be arranged as needed The Most Important Thing I Will Ever Tell You In the course of a semester, you may encounter some obstacles to finishing assignments. Illness, athletics, or personal troubles can easily interfere with one’s ability to plan and deliver speeches. This is perfectly understandable and expected. If you have any such problems with an assignment, talk to me before it is due. If you wait until the assignment is due, though, that complicates both of our lives much more than is necessary. It is not fair to you or me. Policy on academic dishonesty: Although I doubt this needs to be discussed, plagiarism is a serious issue at Syracuse University. It will lead to failure of the course and other possible repercussions. For more on the issue, read the University’s Academic Integrity Policies and Procedures at http://academicintegrity.syr.edu Mutual respect for others policy: This should be understood, but I will state it here anyway. Under no circumstances will racist, sexist, classist, homophobic, etc. language be tolerated. If you choose to use this language, you may be asked to leave the classroom, which will result in a lower participation grade for the day. Hate language and stereotypes bring nothing to discussions focused on logic and reason. Speeches: During the course of the semester, you will be required to give 5 speeches. Each of these speeches will be recorded in case any students would like to review them at a later date. Quizzes: In addition to speeches and outlines, there will be unannounced quizzes throughout the semester that deal with the readings from the textbook and/or supplemental readings. Course Readings: Zarefsky, D. (2008). Public speaking: Strategies for success (5th ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
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