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Saint Paul, MN 55104
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Under the Hamline Plan, students must take two speaking intensive courses. These can be taken at any time and in any academic department.
Speaking intensive courses focus upon the oral communication needs of students within each discipline. Speaking Intensive courses will:
Characteristics of an O course might include, for example, several opportunities for oral communication experiences with intervention, coaching, and developmental response from the instructor or peer groups; use of small group or class discussion as a means of learning, with an emphasis upon developing oral participation skills or upon understanding discussion dynamics; a focus on learning how communication functions and applying theoretical concepts to actual communication in practice.
Dr. Patricia Palmerton, Director of Oral Communication, has made the following resources available to support the oral communication efforts of students and faculty. Please explore the oral communication resources on the right which will allow you to navigate the different topics.
.pdf Revising and Finalizing
.pdfPresenting a Paper
.pdfDealing With Nerves
.pdfResponsibility of Facilitators
.pdfResponsibility of Participants
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