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SPCH 1311Contact InformationInstructor: Karen WisdomContact Information:[email protected]Office Hours: by appointment & every Tuesday and Wednesday – 8:00pm-9:00pm on MicrosoftTeams or Blackboard CollaborateOffice Location: *Please email**If you have any questions regarding this class, contact your instructor immediately. If youcannot get through to your instructor, you may try the contacts listed below.Speech and Drama DepartmentDepartment ChairTonya BlivensOffice LocationESED 2408AOffice Phone817-515-3131Department Phone817-515-3275DivisionDivisionLiberal ArtsDivision ChairJerry CoatsBuilding & RoomLiberal Arts Division, ESEE-2109 X 3030Course InformationCourse DetailsTitle: Introduction to Speech CommunicationNumber: SPCH 1311Dates: 08.24.2020-12.16.2020Meeting Time: ONLINE ONLYRequired Course MaterialsTextbook: Please note you can purchase or rent this text book virtually or in print. *O’Hair, D., Wiemann, M., Mullin, D. I., & Teven, J. (2018).Real Communication.(4thEd.). Boston, MA:Bedford/St. Martin’s PublisherMaterials:Set of 3x5 note cards for delivering oral presentationsCourse DescriptionThis course is designed to introduce you to basic skills, principles, and contexts ofcommunication in real-life settings. Verbal and nonverbal elements of oral communication areemphasized. Practice is provided in skills and principles associated with presentations, theories,SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech CommunicationTarrant County College District – Southeast CampusFall 2020 – 08.24.2020-12.16.2020Online Only1
SPCH 1311types of communication, and meetings. This class is interactive, takes communication concepts,and puts them into real-world situations.SPCH 1311 fulfills the college’s core requirement for the Institutional option. You will beutilizing Blackboard (and Microsoft Teams for meetings) to view lectures and complete othervarious assignments and activities. The course is designed for you to apply the principles youlearn in both the online lectures and your textbook readings to your class discussions andactivities. Please note that all activity is recorded by the Blackboard system.ObjectivesAs a result of your participation in this class, by the end of the course, you will be able to:Critical Thinking SkillsoRecognize communication as a transactional process involving effective andethical behaviors in interpersonal, group, and public communication settings.oAnalyze the role of perception as it relates to a person’s frame of reference and inthe interpretation of another’s communicative acts.oDemonstrate awareness of skills required to select appropriate verbal behaviors toconvey one’s thoughts and emotions.oUse listening skills that contribute to achieving accuracy in communicationinteractions.Communication SkillsoDemonstrate awareness of skills required to communicate effectively ininterpersonal contexts.

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