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                                                               Date           5/18/2006


                         Ohio Articulation Number (OAN)
                            Course Submission Form
                                   2005-2006




College/University Terra State Community College

Course(s) Submitted(Title   & Course #)   Effective Speaking: SPE201             for
Ohio Articulation Number                  OCM004

Date 5-12-06                     Course    1           of a   1       Course OAN mapping.

Name and title of individual submitting on behalf of the college/university

Name Lyn Sullivan                         Title   Director, Institutional Research

Address     2830 Napoleon Rd

E-mail      lsullivan@terra.edu

Phone       419-559-2391

Fax         419-334-3719


Credit Hours 4                       qtr       X              sem
Lecture Hours     4
Laboratory Hours     0         (if applicable)
Pre-Requisites(s) Course work (if applicable)
ENG105 College Composition I

Placement Score (if applicable)
(Name of test)
(Domain)       (Score)

Catalog/Course Description (Includes Course Title and Course #)
Effective Speaking: SPE201 – This course is designed to give practice in the basic
principles of effective speaking. Experience is gained in the composition and
presentation of informative and persuasive speeches. Group discussion and
interpersonal communications are also covered.
Texts/Outside Readings/Ancillary Materials
Speak With Confidence – 9TH Edition by Vasile and Mintz
4 x 6 note cards, blank videotape

Course Objectives and/or Plan of Work
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:
Prepare and deliver effective verbal presentations in a "Public speaking" situation.
• Demonstrate an understanding of some of the fundamentals of interpersonal
    communication (typically in small groups).
• Demonstrate ability to define problems, set objectives, and achieve those
    objectives in "small group," "meeting," or "conference" situation.
Listen actively and interact effectively with others
Plan of Work

Week 1          I. Introduction to course and impromptu speech of introduction
                         II. Read Ch. 1 &2
Week 2          I. Discuss Ch. 10 – Informative Speeches
                II. Ch. 12 – visual aids
Week 3          I. Read Ch. 5
                II. First informative speech -- demonstration
Week 4          I. Finish demonstration speeches.
                         Discuss Ch. 8 – “Putting It All Together.”
                II. Ch. 9 – “Delivering Your Speech.”
Week 5          I. Informative Speech – turn in outline and research
                II. Deliver Informative Speeches
Week 6          I. Finish Informative Speeches Discuss Ch. 11 - - Persuasion
                II. Ch. 14 – “Let’s Meet and Discuss It”
Week 7          I. Work on Group Presentations
                II. Continue working on Group Presentations
Week 8          I. Persuasive Speeches
                II. Persuasive speeches
Week 9          I. Conclude persuasive speeches
                II.Work on Group Presentation
Week 10         I. Deliver group presentations
Week 11         I. Complete Group presentations. II. Extra time if needed for group
presentations


Description of Assessment and/or Evaluation of Student Learning
Requirements and Evaluation:

* Total possible points are weighted in the following manner:
*Speech of Introduction – 5%                  *Persuasive Presentation – 25%
*Informative Presentations – 20%              *Group Presentation – 20%
*Impromptu Speeches and Quizzes – 15%
*Attendance – 15%
Speeches cannot be made up once the round of speeches is completed. If you know
you will be missing an assigned speech day, please notify the instructor in advance. If
you don’t have a speech prepared on time, please attend class anyway; your
participation as an audience member is important. A student who misses more than
three classes will receive a “0” for the attendance/participation grade. A student who
misses six classes or more will fail the course.


Master Syllabi and Working Syllabi (if both are used)
Course Title: Effective Speaking        Instructor:
Course Number:       SPE 201
Credit Hours:    4         Contact Hours: 4      Lab: 0
Prerequisite: English 105
Office Phone: 334-8400 ext. 146 E-mail:
Office Hours:
__________________________________________________________

Course Description:
This course is designed to give practice in the basic principles of effective speaking.
Experience is gained in the composition and presentation of informative and
persuasive speeches. Group discussion and interpersonal communication are also
covered.

Textbooks:

1) Vasile and Mintz, Speak with Confidence. 9th ed., New York: Longman, 2004.

2) blank videotape

3) note cards

General Objectives:
This course will be primarily concerned with developing the techniques of effective
public speaking and practicing these techniques by presenting informative and
persuasive types of speeches. This course will also concern itself with the
fundamentals of the communication process and how these fundamentals relate to
effective speaking. Group presentations will provide experience with team work.
Students will become acquainted with Powerpoint.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:
Prepare and deliver effective verbal presentations in a "Public speaking" situation.
• Demonstrate an understanding of some of the fundamentals of interpersonal
   communication (typically in small groups).
•   Demonstrate ability to define problems, set objectives, and achieve those
    objectives in "small group," "meeting," or "conference" situation.
•   Listen actively and interact effectively with others.

Support Services:
The college offers a number of support services to assist in your success in this and all
courses. Among these are the Writing Center, the Learning Achievement Center, and
the computer labs. If you have special needs, please inform the instructor before
you leave the first class session.

Requirements and Evaluation:

* Total possible points are weighted in the following manner:
*Speech of Introduction – 5%                  *Persuasive Presentation – 25%
*Informative Presentations – 20%              *Group Presentation – 20%
*Impromptu Speeches and Quizzes – 15%
*Attendance – 15%

Speeches cannot be made up once the round of speeches is completed. If you know
you will be missing an assigned speech day, please notify the instructor in advance. If
you don’t have a speech prepared on time, please attend class anyway; your
participation as an audience member is important. A student who misses more than
three classes will receive a “0” for the attendance/participation grade. A student who
misses six classes or more will fail the course.

Student Responsibility:
Be professional and courteous. Please try to be on time to class and refrain from
entering the classroom during a speech. Remember that what you wear has an impact
on your audience.

Schedule of Work:

Week 1         I. Introduction to course and impromptu speech of introduction
                       II. Read Ch. 1 &2

Week 2         I. Discuss Ch. 10 – Informative Speeches
               II. Ch. 12 – visual aids

Week 3         I. Read Ch. 5
               II. First informative speech -- demonstration

Week 4         I. Finish demonstration speeches.
                       Discuss Ch. 8 – “Putting It All Together.”
               II. Ch. 9 – “Delivering Your Speech.”

Week 5         I. Informative Speech – turn in outline and research
              II. Deliver Informative Speeches

Week 6        I. Finish Informative Speeches Discuss Ch. 11 - - Persuasion
              II. Ch. 14 – “Let’s Meet and Discuss It”


Week 7        I. Work on Group Presentations
              II. Continue working on Group Presentations

Week 8        I. Persuasive Speeches
              II. Persuasive speeches

Week 9        I. Conclude persuasive speeches
              II.Work on Group Presentation

Week 10       I. Deliver group presentations

Week 11       I. Complete Group presentations. II. Extra time if needed for group
presentations


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