Spring 2015

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Instructor Information:
Professor Jane Arnett
VOICE MAIL: I never listen to voice mail.
EMAIL: prof.arnett1@gmail .com
Melissa.arnett@avc.edu
Use the Gmail address, for a response
within a few hours before 11:00pm
OFFICE HOURS: I will stay after class for a few
Minutes as needed.
Mailbox: In the Business Building

Required Text:
Public Speaking Handbook
4th or 5th Edition
By Steven A. Beebe
& Susan J. Beebe
ISBN: 0-205-86749-9

Course Resources:
1)Library Online Access
Username: antelope Password: college

2) MLA Citation: http://citationproducer.com/mla-citation/

3) You will need 3 Scantrons #882-E

4) Be sure to hold on to all of your graded work until grades are posted.

5) mycommunicationlab: http://www.pearsonmylabandmastering.com/northamerica/mycommunicationlab/

6) Blackboard:
Username: 7 digit student ID
Password: student (Unless you have changed it)

OTHER CAMPUS RESOURCES:
~OSD: Office for Students with Disabilities
Location: T 100: In Parking Lot Just East of Business Education Building. Phone: 661.722.6360 Voice/Relay
~DISTANCE LEARNING: http://avconline.avc.edu/students.html
~FINANCIAL AID: Student Services Building lobby
~THE LEARNING CENTER (LC): Next to the Business Building on 30th Street West. 661.722.6300, extension 6458 Course description: The basic course in public speaking provides instruction in the principles of the strategic uses oral communication and gives students practical experience in organizing and analyzing their ideas, critiquing the oral messages of others, and active listening. CSU:UC STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:

1. Compare and contrast the various types of public speaking and the key qualities of each. 2. Formulate a clear purpose for the listeners.
3. Construct a clear thesis sentence and support it with logic and evidence. 4. Assess primary and secondary sources and create an outline using different types of support. 5. Examine language style, lines of appeal, and organization and they relate to a successful speech. 6. Analyze nonverbal communication.

7. Examine extemporaneous delivery style and demonstrate its use. 8. Appraise various types of oral and visual communication in terms of audience, occasion, and topic. 9. Evaluate the oral messages of others in terms of all the above objectives.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Course Description & SLOs1
Instructor Information1
Textbook Information& Resources1
Course calendar2
Classroom & Attendance Policy3
General Speech directions3
Experience Speech4
Demonstration Speech4
Informative speech4
Campus announcement 5
Ceremonial Speech5
Persuasion Speech5
Term Paper criteria 6
Outlines6
Peer Evaluations6
Scoring & grading7
Delivery Rubric for Comm 1018
Outline Format9
Organization designs 10-11
Term paper questions 12
Study Guides 13 DATE

Week 1:
2/9Course introduction
2/11Communication theory
Text: chapters 1 & 2
Week 2:
2/16PRESIDENT’S DAY (no class)
2/18EXPERIENCE SPPECH: 2-4 mins

Week 3:
2/23 EXPERIENCE SPPECH: 2-4 mins
2/25Organization & Outlining
Text: chapters 8 & 11
Week 4:
3/2 Introductions & Conclusions
Text: chapters 9 &10
Demonstration topic due
3/4DEMONSTRATION SPEECH: 5-6 mins

Week 5:
3/9 DEMONSTRATION SPEECH: 5-6 mins
3/11DEMONSTRATION SPEECH: 5-6 mins
Text: chapter 6

Week 6:
3/16 Exam I: Scantron & pencil
Chapters 1, 2, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, packets
3/18Informative speaking
Research
Text: chapter 7 & 15

Week 7:
3/23Verbal messages ~ Language
Text: chapter 12 & pages 412-415
3/25Verbal Messages ~ Language (Cont.)

Week 8:
3/30Vocal messages
Text: chapter 13
4/1Visual message
Text: chapter...
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