SPCH - Public Speaking - 00002547

Description: This is an introductory speech course that focuses on the process of formal public speaking, with emphasis on comfortable and effective delivery of speeches. This course is designed to provide students with basic theories and skills that are essential to effective public speaking. Students will deliver both informative and persuasive speeches in a variety of public speaking situations. Each student will also learn to analyze, critique, and evaluate the speeches of others. Videotaping and self-assessment are integral components of this class. Additional course work will include studying the group process, impromptu speaking, and dramatic reading. This course depends on student performance and active participation. (Prerequisites: None) (MN Transfer Goal 1) (3 Credits Lecture/0 Credit Lab)

Credits: 3.00

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