comm110 | undergraduate
Introduction To Oral Communication
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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The Group: Presenting and Listening
- Demonstrate effective group presentation skills.
- Demonstrate the effective use of media in a group presentation.
- Describe methods to improve listening skills.
Public Speaking: Basics and Ethics
- Explain the basic elements of the speech communication process.
- Recognize the signs of speech anxiety.
- Describe the guidelines for ethical speaking.
Speech Preparation: Organization and Audience Analysis
- Explain audience analysis for presentations.
- Select the topic for a speech, given the task and the audience.
- Differentiate the four methods for delivering oral presentations.
- Apply proper organization for an informative presentation.
Characteristics of Effective Oral Presentations
- Identify the verbal and nonverbal characteristics of effective presentation delivery.
- Determine effective use of visual aids for a presentation.
- Perform a constructive critique of a presentation.
Presenting the Speech
- Use effective language in an oral presentation.
- Use effective supporting visual material in an oral presentation.
- Demonstrate effective persuasion skills for an oral presentation.
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