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CW 10B - Advanced Public Speaking

Spring 2018
Description 

This advanced course presumes introductory training in public speaking. Emphasis is on real-world speaking situations. The course combines both theory and practice. It incorporates extensive speaking performance and individualized critiques from instructor and students, as well as analysis of advanced-speaking models. The course advances students' ability to deliver polished and informed public speeches adapted to a wide range of audiences and speaking situations.

Available in 
Spring
Prerequisites 
CW 10A or equivalent coursework
Units and Format 
3 units – Three hours of seminar/discussion per week
Grading Option 
Letter grade or P/NP

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Instructor

Class Number: 23257
Meeting time @ place:
TUTH 12:30pm - 2:00pm @ 41 Evans Hall
Section Theme: None
Instructor: John Levine
Section Description:

This is an advanced course that presumes introductory training in public speaking. Enrollment preference is given to those students who have taken Introductory Public Speaking, CW 10A. Emphasis will be on real-world speaking situations. The course combines both theory and practice: it incorporates extensive speaking performance and individualized critiques from the instructor and students, as well as analysis of advanced speaking models. The objective of the course is to advance students' ability to deliver polished and informed public speeches adapted to a wide range of audiences and speaking situations.

Book List:

The Speaker's Compact Handbook, Sprague & Stuart; Course Reader