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  • Public Speaking COM 1315 SPRING 2017

    Instructor: Olivia Gigi Perez-Langley Email: olivia.perezlangley@angelo.edu Office: Library/3rd Floor/B312 Office Hours: MWF 8:00 8:50 AM Phone: 325-942-2031 & 10:00AM - 10:50 AM Or Tues & Thurs By Appt. Course: COM 2301 Section: 110 Day & Time: MWF 1:00 PM 1:50 PM Location: L 302

    COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is founded on two grounding principles:

    (1) Public Speaking creates a product for consumption, and (2) By employing and analyzing aspects of public speaking we are able to become more

    effective and more discriminating producers/consumers of public discourse. This course in public speaking focuses on the delivery, design, and research of oral presentations for professional and personal life. The course covers the following topics: self-introduction, informative speaking, persuasive speaking, communication competence, communication anxiety, research and gathering, visual aids, and communication ethics. REQUIRED MATERIAL Ford-Brown, Lisa A. DK Guide to Public Speaking, 2nd Edition. Pearson (2013). BlackBoard: Course content (quizzes, grades, etc.) can be found on Blackboard. Make sure you have access to Blackboard and check it regularly. USB Flashdrive for storing material to be used as visual aids on speech days.

    STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

    Critical Thinking CT1 Gather, analyze, evaluate, and synthesize information relevant to a question or issue. CT2 Develop and demonstrate a logical position (i.e. perspective, thesis, hypothesis) that

    acknowledges ambiguities. Communication

    CS1 Develop, interpret, and express ideas through effective written communication. CS2 - Develop, interpret, and express ideas through effective oral communication. CS3 - Develop, interpret, and express ideas through effective visual communication.

    Teamwork

    TW1 Consider different viewpoints as a member of a team. TW2 Work effectively with others to support and accomplish a shared goal.

    Personal Responsibility

    PR1 Demonstrate the ability to evaluate choices, actions and consequences as related to ethical decision-making.

    mailto:olivia.perezlangley@angelo.edu

  • COURSE POLICIES ATTENDANCE The instructor reserves the right to excuse certain absences for students who have official university documentation. All other excuses are NOT open to discussion. YOU ARE ALLOTTED THREE ABSENCES. After three absences you will be penalized by half a letter grade for each additional absence. Speeches not delivered during scheduled speech times will not be accepted. Please make arrangements with me to deliver it before the due date if you will be absent on speech days. DEADLINES/LATE WORK Failing to give your speech on your assigned date will result in a zero. Assignments are due on the date and at the time assigned. Not delivering all four assigned speeches will result in automatically receiving an F in the course regardless of your numerical average. Computer or printer problems do not constitute an excuse for late or incomplete work. *I am more than willing to read through and answer questions about early drafts of class projects but will not be able to provide adequate assistance within 24 hours of a deadline. HONOR CODE POLICY: Violations of academic integrity are very serious matters and are clearly documented in the ASU Student Handbook. The work a student submits in a class is expected to be the students own work and must be completed for that particular assignment. Plagiarism means intentionally or knowingly representing words or ideas of another as ones own. This may include you own previous work. Plagiarism includes quoting or paraphrasing from other sources without acknowledging/citing the source of your information or presenting quoted material as your own words. You much be very clear about attribution of sources and you must know how to cite sources in a paper. Please see full Honor Code Policy at http://www.angelo.edu/cstudent/documents/pdf/student_handbook.pdf PRIVACY POLICY/STUDENT CONDUCT Student professional behavior in the classroom is documented in the ASU Student Code of Conduct (See student code of conduct for full description). This also includes fabricating or plagiarizing documents that may insult or tarnish another student. Ethical behavior and respecting each other will lead to a good semester and productive relationships. Grades and course performance are also considered private information. It is unethical to discuss another students grades. Students are also not to openly discuss their grade (good or bad) in my classroom. It is unethical and disrespectful to argue test items or complain about your individual performance. I will not discuss individual grade inquiries until 24 hours after the scores or performance evaluation has been distributed. A request to discuss a test item or score will require a written request and appoint time outside, before, or after class. NOTICE TO STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES Angelo State University complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act in making reasonable accommodations for qualified students with disabilities. If you suspect that you may have a disability (physical impairment, learning disability, psychiatric disability, ect.), please contact the Dean of Student Life and Student Services at 325-942-2191. If you need disability accommodations, please see me as soon as possible.

    http://www.angelo.edu/cstudent/documents/pdf/student_handbook.pdf

  • ACADEMIC ADVISING The college of Arts and Sciences and Department of Communication and Mass Media require that students meet with a Faculty Advisor as soon as they are ready to declare a major. The Faculty Advisor will set up a degree plan, which must be signed by the student, faculty advisor, and the department chair. Communication and Mass Media majors who have questions about advising or declaring a major in the department, can call 325-942-2031. Undeclared majors are supported by ASUs Center for Academic Excellence in Library A312, and can be reached at 325-942-2710. GRADE APPEAL PROCEDURES As stated in Angelo State University Operating Policy and Procedure (OP 10.03 Student Grade Grievances), a student who believes that he or she has not been help to appropriate academic standards as outlined in the class syllabus, equitable evaluation procedures, or appropriate grading, may appeal the final grade given in a course. The burden of proof is upon the student to demonstrate then appropriateness of the appeal. A student with a complaint about a grade is encouraged to first discuss the matter with the instructor. For complete details, including responsibilities of the parties involved in the process and the number of days allowed for completing the steps in the process, see Operating Procedure 10.03 at http://www.angelo.edu/opmanual/docs/section_10_Academic_Policies-Students/OP_10.03_Grade_Grievance.doc

    ASSIGNMENTS

    Main Speeches (30%) 300 Points

    - Three speeches

    o Special Event Speech (100 Points)

    o Informative Speech (100 Points)

    o Persuasive Speech (100 Points)

    Group Presentation (20%) 200 Points

    - Groups of 4 will work together to create a Group Presentation

    Quizzes (20%) 200 Points

    - ONE APA Handout

    - TWO Small group listening and evaluations

    - THREE Presentation Aids

    - FOUR - Ethics

    Mini Speeches (10%) 100 Points

    - Campus Tour Guides

    - Interview

    Outline (10%) 100 Points

    Four outlines due, worth 25 points each. Average will be your outline grade out of 100.

    Midterm Exam (10%) 100 points

    http://www.angelo.edu/opmanual/docs/section_10_Academic_Policies-Students/OP_10.03_Grade_Grievance.dochttp://www.angelo.edu/opmanual/docs/section_10_Academic_Policies-Students/OP_10.03_Grade_Grievance.doc

  • Speech Requirements:

    Each student in a Public Speaking class should have at least 4 graded speeches based on the information below. Informative

    Time: 5-7 minutes Outline: Must contain Introduction (4 Parts), Body, Transitions, and Conclusion (3 Parts) Sources: Minimum of 5 credible sources (see chapter regarding source credibility) - Sources must be verbally cited in speech - APA Reference or Works Cited Page should be included with outline. Must Use: Informative Organizational Pattern (Chronological, Topical, etc.) Must develop a system where each student performs a peer critique of a presented speech.

    Persuasive

    Time: 6-8 minutes Outline: Must contain Introduction (4 Parts), Body, Transitions, and Conclusion (3 Parts) Sources: Minimum of 5 credible sources (see chapter regarding source credibility) - Sources must be verbally cited in speech - APA Reference or Works Cited Page should be included with outline. Must use: Question of Fact, Value, or Policy Must use: Persuasive Organizational Pattern (Categorical, Cause-Effect, Problem-Cause-Solution, etc.) Must develop a system where each student performs a peer critique of a presented speech.

    Group

    Time: Dependent upon group size. Each person in group should speak 4 minutes minimum. Ex: A group of 5 students would result in a 20 minute presentation at minimum. Outline: Must contain Introduction (4 Parts), Body, Transitions, and Conclusion (3 Parts) Sources: Minimum of 5 credible sources - Sources must be verbally cited in the speech. - APA Reference of Works Cited Page should be included with outline. Must use: Organizational pattern in textbook. Based on assignment. Must develop a system where each student performs a peer critique of a presented speech.

    Special Event Speech

    Special event speech, Time: 5-7 minutes Outline: Must contain Introduction (4 Parts), Body, Transitions, and Conclusion (3 Parts) Sources: Minimum of 5 credible sources (see chapter regarding source credibility) - Sources must be verbally cited in speech - APA Reference or Works Cited Page should be included with outline. Must Use: Informative Organizational Pattern (Chronological, Topical, etc.) Must develop a system where each student performs a peer critique of a presented speech.

  • Grade Monitoring Chart

    Main Speeches Outlines

    Special Event Speech ______________/100 _________/25

    Informative Speech ______________/100 _________/25

    Persuasive Speech ______________/100 _________/25

    Group Presentation ______________/100 _________/25

    Mini Speech Campus Tour Gudie (1) _________/50 A=1000-900

    Interview (2) _________/50 B= 899-800

    Quizzes APA Handout (1) _________/50 C= 799-700

    SM GRP listening/eval (2) _________/50 D= 699-600

    Presentation Aids (3) _________/50 F= below 599

    Ethics (4) _________/50

    Outline _____________/100 ______________/Outline Average

    Midterm Exam ______________/100

    Total Points ______________/1000

  • *COURSE SCHEDULE* WEEK 1 1/18 Introduction and Icebreakers Syllabus and Assignments 1/20 Chapter 1: Overview of Public Speaking WEEK 2 1/23 Chapter 14: The Informative Speech

    ASSIGN: The Informative Speech Local Business Speech 1/25 Chapter 3: Selecting Your Topic and Purpose 1/27 Chapter2: Getting to Know Your Audience and Situation WEEK 3 1/30 Chapter 6: Outlining Your Speech 2/1 Chapter 7: Organizing the Speech Body 2/3 Chapter 8: Introducing and Concluding Your Speech

    MINI SPEECH 1: CAMPUS TOUR GUIDE WEEK 4 2/6 Chapter 12: Listening 2/8 Chapter 13: Evaluating Speeches 2/10 Peer Review and Workshop Speeches

    Quiz 1: APA Handout WEEK 5 2/13 Informative Speeches Local Business 2/15 Informative Speeches Local Business 2/17 Informative Speeches Local Business WEEK 6 2/20 Chapter 19: Speaking in Small Groups

    ASSIGN: TEAMWORK A GROUP PRESENTATION 2/22 Chapter 9: Using Language Successfully 2/24 Chapter 10: Delivering Your Speech WEEK 7 2/27 Midterm Review 3/1 MIDTERM EXAM 3/3 Workshop Group Presentation WEEK 8 3/6 Group Presentations 3/8 Group Presentations 3/10 Group Presentations

    Quiz 2: Small Groups listening and evaluating

  • WEEK 9 3/13 SPRING BREAK WEEK 3/15 SPRING BREAK WEEK 3/17 SPRING BREAK WEEK WEEK 10 3/20 Chapter 16: The Persuasive Speech

    ASSIGN: The Persuasive Speech 3/22 Chapter 15: Tools for Persuading 3/24 Chapter 11: Using Presentation Aids WEEK 11 3/27 Chapter 4: Locating Support Materials 3/29 Chapter 5: Selective and Testing Support Materials 3/31 Continue on chapter 4 and 5, Workshop WEEK 12 4/3 Persuasive Speeches 4/5 Persuasive Speeches 4/7 NO CLASS - SOUTHERN STATES COMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION

    QUIZ 3: Presentation Aids WEEK 13 4/10 Persuasive Speeches 4/12 Persuasive Speeches 4/14 GOOD FRIDAY NO CLASS WEEK 14 4/17 Persuasive Speeches 4/19 Chapter 18: On-the-Job Speaking 4/21 MINI SPEECH 2: INTERVIEW WEEK 15 4/24 Chapter 17: Speeches for Special Events

    ASSIGN: SPECIAL EVENT SPEECH 4/26 QUIZ 4: Ethics 4/28 WORKSHOP SPECIAL EVENT SPEECH WEEK 16 5/1 SPECIAL EVENT SPEECH 5/3 SPECIAL EVENT SPEECH 5/5 SPECIAL EVENT SPEECH FINALS WEEK WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 2017 1:00-3:00PM

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