Public Speaking (Honors)

R130 — Spring 2018

Ballantine Hall 214
Days and Times
1:25-2:15 MWF
Course Description

Honors public speaking prepares students in the liberal arts to communicate effectively with public audiences. The course emphasizes oral communication as practiced in public contexts: how to advance reasoned claims in public; how to adapt public oral presentations to particular audiences; how to listen to, interpret, and evaluate public discourse; and how to formulate a clear response. For outstanding students, in place of COLL P-155. o Above class open to Hutton Honors College students only. The above class fulfills the Public Oral Communication requirement for the College of Arts and Sciences. Instructor: Kurt Zemlicka

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