A study of speech communication theory and practice. The practice and presentation of various forms of speech communication activities.
The Communication Learning Outcome being assessed for this course is: Our students will prepare, organize and deliver well-written, verbal and non-verbal messages crafted for a particular audience and context.
This will guide the work students do in class as they prepare speeches for several types public speaking settings: Introductions, Informative Speaking, Persuasive Speaking, and Special Occasion Speaking.
- Teacher: Nathan Wyman