COMM 1110 SPOKEN COMMUNICATION

 
 
 

CATALOG DESCRIPTION:

A study of the fundamentals of effective speaking, with emphasis on preparation and delivery of spoken presentations to inform and persuade. Instruction in and assessment of speaking skills are based on the elements described by the Clayton State University Communication Outcome, focusing on the interrelationships among speaker, listener, situation, purpose, knowledge, organization, vocal and physical delivery, and language. Attention to group and interpersonal interaction is also included. Basic instruction is provided in preparing audio-visuals, including electronic media, to accompany end-of-semester presentations.

 

Pre-Requisites:

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COMM 1110 SPOKEN COMMUNICATION

 

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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