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1) A speaking intensive course will designate specific oral communication learning objectives appropriate to the course and the discipline. What are your objectives for this course, and how do you think a speaking intensive approach will help accomplish them?For example, your speaking intensive goals could include any of the following:
An instructor might also have analysis of oral communication as a primary goal, such as analysis of group communication variables, assessment of organizational communication variables, designing appropriate verbal and nonverbal response therapeutic interventions based upon assessment of family communication dynamics, etc.
2) A speaking intensive course will provide opportunities for students to practice and analyze oral communication behaviors. What opportunities will your students have to gain insight into their communicative options, to practice oral communication skills, and to understand the relationship between their communicative choices and the consequences they experience?
3) A speaking intensive course will focus upon the oral communication process as well as product. What procedures will you use to help your students develop effective oral verbal skills?
For example, coaching, conferencing, responses to outlines, discussion about discussion, individual logs analyzing one's own class participation, assessment of small group communication processes (including self-assessment), etc.
4) In the context of assessment, copy and paste a brief syllabus (or assigned work and method of student evaluation).
Department chair (First and Last Name):
Department chair approval:
Committee membersReports to FacultyMinutes Archived Minutes Hamline Plan Revision
The new Hamline Plan Application Form is now live.
Available October 2013:
*Proposal revision underway. For 2014-15 courses, please wait to submit until fall 2013* Cultural Breadth (G, I, L)Disciplinary Breadth (F, H, N, S)Individual Ability in Learning (Q)Speaking Intensive (O)
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