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WRIT 215 A   Public Speaking back to previous pageBack to Results  
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EnrollmentGeneral0000
201855014
20195508
20205503
Total1515025

InstructorSolomon, Ryan
MeetsMWF920-1010, LATH 210
RestrictionsInstr sign req during Drop/Add
DistributionHuman Thought and Expression
Core AreaNone
FormerlyWRIT 115

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Since the origins of western democracy, rhetoricians have taught the study and practice of public speaking as an essential art of public life and civic responsibility. This course fuses theory to praxis in introducing students to basic public speaking skills, including researching, organization, and writing effective oral presentations; developing skills of critical listening and audience analysis; surveying key examples of public address; and providing students the opportunity to work in different speech situations. Students develop poise and self-confidence in public speaking as they deepen their understanding of the evolving aesthetics of public discourse in the context of new media and global cultures. This course does not meet the writing requirement.


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