CMMU-2101 Syllabus-cau -001

CMMU-2101 Syllabus-cau -001 - International College of...

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International College of Beijing CMMU-2101-SECTION-001 PRESENTATIONAL SPEAKING SPRING SEMESTER 2011 CLASS LOCATION: Mon, 10:10AM-12PM, 2-108; Fri, 10:10AM-12PM, 1- 316 INSTRUCTOR: DEBORAH V. BURGESS, M.S. OFFICE: Administration Building#107 EMAIL: phoenixrising55@juno.com OFFICE HRS: M, 12:15PM-1PM; T, 10:30AM-12PM; Wed, 10:30AM-12PM Required Text: Foss S. K. and Karen A. Foss. (2003) INVITING TRANSFORMATION: PRESENTATIONAL SPEAKING FOR A CHANGING WORLD. Required Articles to Read Online: Students’ Dormitory Monitors will submit the following articles online for you to read this semester. Each specific article is listed in the syllabus and students SHOULD read them. The articles will assist you for EACH of the presentational assignments this semester. The articles will be listed with the required readings for the textbook. Please note that these articles WILL BE listed in your Study Guide for the Final Examination. The articles are: 1) Adler, R. B. and Elmhorst, M. E. (2010) “Group Presentations.” pp 432- 435. 2) Adler, R. B. and Elmhorst, M.E. (2010) “Self-Assessment-Persuasive Strategies.” Page 417. 3) Goldstein, C. (2007) “Managing Communication Anxiety.” Page 81. 4) Lucas, S. E. (2009) “Public Speaking and Critical Thinking.” pp 16-18. 5) Lucas, S.E. (2009) “Guidelines for Preparing Visual Aids.” pp 275-281. 6) Lucas, S. E. (2009) “The Challenge of Persuasive Speaking.” Pp 326-333. 7) Lucas, S.E. (2009) “Types of Informative Speeches: Analysis and Organization. pp 301-315. 8) Whalen, J.D. (2007) “When You’re Afraid to Communicate.” pp 67-73.
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9) Whalen, J.D. (2007) “Message Delivery: Performing the Presentation.” pp 167-176. 10) Whalen, J.D. (2007) “Maximum PowerPoint.” pp 247-262. Course Description: This course will explore the communication process, especially as it typically occurs in presentations. The various types of oral communication situations will be examined. Presentational and interpersonal group dynamics will be emphasized as it relates to the professional and academic world. Both the theory and the practice of presentational communication will be discussed. Much of the theories will come from lectures, text, videos, activities and small-group discussions. Much of the applied-skills-building practice will take place in class meetings and assignments. Page 2 COURSE OUTCOMES During this course students will: 1) Develop poise and confidence in public communication situations. 2) Develop knowledge and practical understanding of communication processes, principles and models in modern organizations.
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3) Apply course information and skills to personal experiences in your chosen career setting and to seek continued self-improvement. 4) Be provided with a positive and supportive learning environment to practice
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