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Fundamentals Of Speech Communication Spring2005

Spring Semester Schedule and Lecture Notes
Session Date Subject Matter Assignment
Completed Classes:
1 January 19 Introductions and Models FundamentalsSpring2005Session01 No Reading
2 January 24 The What and Why of Public Speaking FundamentalsSpring2005Session02 Lucas, C. 1 (Speaking in Public) and C. 4 (Selecting a Topic and a Purpose);
3 January 26 Research at the Library and on the Internet FundamentalsSpring2005Session03 Lucas, C. 6 (Gathering Materials)
4 January 31 Building Supporting Arguments FundamentalsSpring2005Session04 Lucas, C. 7 (Supporting Your Ideas)
5 February 2 Organizing an Argument FundamentalsSpring2005Session05 Lucas, C. 8 (Organizing the Body of the Speech) and C. 10 (Outlining the Speech)
6 February 7 The Informative Speech FundamentalsSpring2005Session06 Lucas, C. 14 (Speaking to Inform); Short Research Paper Due
7 February 9 Listening: Stop, Tend, Organize, and Respond. FundamentalsSpring2005Session07 Lucas, C. 3 (Listening)
8 February 14 Beginning and Ending a Speech FundamentalsSpring2005Session08 Lucas, C. 9 (Beginning and ending the speech)
9 February 16 Informative Speeches FundamentalsSpring2005Session09 Due: Speech Outline
10 February 21 Informative Speeches FundamentalsSpring2005Session10 Due: Speech Outline
11 February 23 Informative Speeches FundamentalsSpring2005Session11 Due: Speech Outline
12 February 28 Informative Speech Critique FundamentalsSpring2005Session12 No Reading
13 March 2 Working in Groups FundamentalsSpring2005Session13 Lucas, C. 18 (Speaking in Small Groups)
14 March 7 Language and Meaning FundamentalsSpring2005Session14 Lucas, C. 11 (Using Language)
15 March 9 Non-verbal Communication and Delivery FundamentalsSpring2005Session15 Lucas, C. 12 (Delivery)
Spring Break
16 March 21 No class lecture, but meet with your group No assignment, but meet with your group
17 March 23 Sex, Lies, and Visual Aids FundamentalsSpring2005Session16 Lucas, C. 13 (Using Visual Aids)
Long Weekend for Easter
18 March 28 Group Presentation ?FundamentalsSpring2005Session18 Handouts Due
19 March 30 Group Presentation ?FundamentalsSpring2005Session19 Handouts Due
20 April 4 Prepping for the Persuasive Speech FundamentalsSpring2005Session20 No Reading
21 April 6 Persuasion: Beliefs, Attitudes, Values, and Behavior FundamentalsSpring2005Session21 Lucas, C. 15 (Speaking to Persuade)
22 April 11 Understanding and Adapting to an Audience FundamentalsSpring2005Session22 Lucas, C. 5 (Analyzing the Audience) and C. 2 (Ethics and Public Speaking)
23 April 13 Persuasive Strategies FundamentalsSpring2005Session23 Lucas, C. 16 (Methods of Persuasion)
24 April 18 Persuasive Speeches FundamentalsSpring2005Session24 Outline Due
25 April 20 Persuasive Speeches FundamentalsSpring2005Session25 Outline Due
26 April 25 Persuasive Speeches FundamentalsSpring2005Session26 Outline Due
27 April 27 Persuasive Speeches FundamentalsSpring2005Session27 Outline Due
28 May 2 Improving Communication Over A Lifetime FundamentalsSpring2005Session28 Lucas, C. 17 (Speaking on Special Occasions)
29 May 9 Final Exam FundamentalsSpring2005Session29 Good Luck

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