Oral Communications 1113
Communication principles and
practice in the preparation and delivery of public speeches. 3 semester hours
instruction and completion of activities the student will...(with a minimum
grade of 75 percent accuracy)
- Develop an understanding of the
- Become aware of types of nonverbal
communication and its importance.
- Identify personal strengths and
weaknesses in communication and learn how to improve these skills.
- Recognize the importance of
audience analysis in the preparation of a speech
- Utilize critical listening
skills by observing others deliver speeches and providing them with
constructive and effective feedback.
- Familiarize oneself with some of the
resources in the library that are helpful in speech preparations.
- Adapt to group dynamics by
working in groups to accomplish a common goal.
- Utilize different ways of
coping with communication apprehension.
- Sharpen critical thinking
abilities through evaluation of the resources in the library that are
helpful in speech preparations.
- Utilize the classroom as an
open and constructive learning environment in which to practice and
sharpen communication skills.
- Adapt to a variety of types of speeches.