Course Handbook Fall 2011

Course Handbook Fall 2011 - 1 Introduction to Speech...

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Introduction to Speech Communication (SPCH 2713) Course Handbook Fall 2011 1
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Introduction to Speech Communication Course Handbook Fall 2011 Table of Contents Page Number Course Syllabus 3 Course Description 3 Course Objectives 3 Classroom Climate 3 Course Policies (read attendance policy and makeup/late work policies carefully!) 4 Course Responsibilities/Requirements 5 Relationship Analysis Paper 5 Small Group Persuasive Presentation 5 Persuasive Presentation 6 Penalties for Presentation Time Violations 6 Exams 7 Research Participation Requirement 7 Videotaping of Presentations 7 University Syllabus Attachment 7 Calculate Your Grade 8 Appendix A: Insert for Syllabus Outlining Research Participation Requirement 9 Course Calendars MWF 10 MW 11 TTH 12 M 13 T 14 F 15 Assignment Descriptions, Grading Forms Relationship Analysis Paper Assignment Description 16 Conceptual/Theoretical Approaches 16 Grading Criteria 18 Evaluation Form 19 Small Group Persuasive Presentation Assignment Description and Guidelines 20 Evaluation Form for Annotated Bibliographies 21 Evaluation Form for Small Group Persuasive Presentation 22 Individual Member Evaluation Form 23 Self and Peer Evaluation Guidelines 24 Self and Peer Evaluation Form 25 Persuasive Presentation Assignment Description 26 Preparing the Persuasive Presentation: A Ten-Step Process 27 Motivated Sequence Template 30 Planning Report Evaluation Form 31 Evaluation Form for Persuasive Presentation 32 Exam Study Guides Midterm 34 Final 36 Note . The course coordinator reserves the right to correct any errors in this handbook. 2
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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH COMMUNICATION FALL 2011 SYLLABUS Instructor: Jim Anderson Section #: 015 Office: NM 015 Email: jim.anderson@okstate.edu Phone: 417-693-6753 Office Hours: TBA Required Textbook : DeVito, J.A. (2009). Human communication: The basic course. Custom Oklahoma State edition. Boston: Pearson Education. Website : www.mycommunicationlab.com . Laboratory : 015 North Murray Course Director : Dr. David C. Schrader, 214 North Murray; Phone: 744-2387; Email: david.schrader@okstate.edu -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Course Description and Rationale: Why Communication is Important A recent article citing nearly 100 articles, commentaries, and publications calls attention to the importance of the study of communication in contemporary society. The findings provide support for the importance of communication education in fostering the following outcomes: The development of the whole person Becoming a responsible citizen of the world, both socially and culturally Succeeding in one’s career and in the business enterprise This course acquaints students with theories and research related to human communication in a variety of contexts, including
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course SPCH 2713 taught by Professor Tukker during the Fall '06 term at Oklahoma State.

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