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DOCUMENT: SYLLABUS DOCUMENT NO.

: CEAS-SYL-______ DATE OF EFFECTIVITY: 2013-2014

SUBJECT: SPEECH AND ORAL COMMUNICATION SUPERSEDES: CEAS-SYLDATED:

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COURSE DESCRIPTION This course primarily helps students acquire the necessary skills in oral communication and public speaking. It focuses on the basic principles of voice and diction and the application of skills making the learners effective in the transfer of ideas. It also helps the student develop their critical and analytical abilities important in oral and written expression. PRE-REQUISITE English Comm 1 and English Comm 2 VALUES TO BE DEVELOPED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Trustworthiness Compassion Resilience Respect Industry CREDIT: 3 Units TIME ALLOTMENT: 3 hours lecture every week

GENERAL OBJECTIVES At the end of the course, students shall be able to: COGNITIVE: a) b) c) d) Explore elements of communication and their role in effective communication; Understand the basic principles of oral communication and theory; Develop the use of verbal and non-verbal communication; Demonstrate the elements of effective speech delivery.

AFFECTIVE:

a) Develop and build a stronger sense of self-confidence and self-reliance in speaking situations; b) Engage, collaborate, and innovate with others; c) Adapt their speeches to various audience. a) Integrate multi-media effectively to enhance public speaking. b) Conduct internet research and gather supporting materials for speeches.

PSYCHOMOTOR: COURSE REQUIREMENTS


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Regular class attendance, reading of assigned text and other materials. Punctual performance of assigned tasks. Prompt submission of written outputs. Active participation in oral activities, discussions, and group dynamics. Speech assignments and delivery. Quizzes and 3 major exams (Prelims, Midterm, Finals).

COURSE EVALUATION Class Standing Requirement - 60% - Quizzes - Class participation (recitation, attendance, group interaction) - Written outputs (assignments, reports, projects) Periodic/Major Exam - Prelim/Midterm/Final Research Paper Final Grade Prelim Midterm Final 30% 30% 40% - 40%

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COURSE CONTENTS WEEK NO. PART 1 SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES THE NATURE OF ORAL COMMUNICATION Course orientation Overview of the course 15 At the end of this part, the students should be able to : 1. describe the nature of oral communication; 2. enumerate the process of communication; 3. illustrate and explain the process of effective communication and the basic models of communication; 4. appreciate through critical insights and practical
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TOPICS

ACTIVITIES

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

EVALUATION INSTRUMENTS

Discussion Game

Basic orientation: Knowing one another Discussion of course syllables Laying down of house rules and regulations Diagnostic test: Grammar Lecture and class Discussion Oral and written exercises

Copy of the course syllabus Classroom rules and regulations

Assessment of Learned Competencies

A. Nature of Oral Communication B. The Communication Process C. The Hidden Language: Focus on Non-Verbal Communication D. Introspection via communication E. Effective Listening: Pathway to Successful communication

Visual Aids Hand-Outs Reference Books

Participation Recitation Quiz Homework 1st Prelim Exam

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applications of the different non-verbal in communication and effective listening to successful communication; 5. reflect the role of self- concept of self-image in communication.

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PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION CHRISTMAS BREAK SPEECH COMMUNICATION At the end of this part, the students should be able to : 1. Define speech and explain the reasons for studying speech 2. Enumerate the basic requirements of good speech 3. Identify speech organs and their functions 4. Describe the stages of voice production 5. To develop awareness and better understanding of the common speech blemishes among speakers as well as some of organic speech
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A. Why study Speech? B. Some Requirements of Good Speech? C. Some Common Speech Blemishes and Difficulties D. VOICE PRODUCTION: a. The Speech Mechanism b. The Speech Organs c. Stages of Voice Production d. The Articulators and Points of Articulation

Lecture and class Discussion Seatwork Oral and written exercises

Hand-Outs Slide presentation Audio visual presentation

Participation Recitation Quiz Homework 2nd Prelim Exam

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disorders 6. Demonstrate efforts of selfimprovement towards having a good voice 7. Identify techniques that can develop excellent vocal quality and reduce pronunciation hindrances 8. Discover methods of vocal preservation and maintenance

e. Voice f. Requirements of a Good Voice g. What is an Effective Voice h. Vocal techniques and practice i. Preserving your voice

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MIDTERM EXAMINATION GENERAL AMERICAN ENGLISH SOUND SYSTEM AND RHYTHM OF ENGLISH 1. Discuss some issues on English Pronunciation 2. Enumerate, discuss, and explain the factors to be considered in the acquisition of American English sound system 3. Identify and be able to write the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) 4. Describe the rhythm of English, in particular, the difference between Tagalog and English. A. Pronunciation: Some Issues and Answers B. Acquisition of the American the American English Sound System: Factors to consider C. Sound system of English D. How Speech Sounds are made E. Classification of sounds Lecture and Discussion IPA transcription Oral and written exercises Participation Recitation Quiz Class Participation Midterm exam

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PART 4

PUBLIC COMMUNICATION 1. Define public and group communication, and cite their communicative goals/purposes 2. Identify and explain the qualities of good and effective public communication and the unique features of group communication 3. Determine and demonstrate the basic steps in speech writing and the principles and rules in speech delivery 4. Differentiate the types of speech delivery 5. Reflect on the causes of stage fright and the ways to overcome it 6. Identify the basic principles on the art of oral interpretation 7. Interpret orally selected literary pieces/texts 8. Deliver a speech before an audience A. Communicating in Public B. Other Descriptions of Public Communication C. Types of Speech D. Common Types of Special Speeches E. Important Points about Public Speaking F. Writing the Speech G. Writing the Outline H. What makes a good and Effective Public Communicator I. Some Tips for Effective Delivery J. Dos and Donts in public speaking K. Stage Fright L. Group Communication Lecture and class Discussion Group activities Reporting Topic proposal//presentati on Outlining the Speech ORAL SPEECHES On-line access Graphic/Table/Visual Presentation Slide presentation Film viewing on different types of Speeches Recitation Class Participation Quiz Major Project Final oral presentation

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Individual Oral Speech Presentation

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FINAL EXAMINATION

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TEXTBOOK: Ang, J .G. (2009). Oral communication: A Content-based and learning centered text-manual in effective speech communication. Katha Publishing Co., Inc.Quezon City, Philippines. REFERENCES: Abulencia, E.F. (2010) Fundamentals of speech communication. REX Bookstore. Manila Bascara, L.,et.al. (2001) Writing for the corporate world. REX Bookstore. Manila Dela Cruz, E.M. and Enriquez, L.P. 92009) Advanced speech communication . REX Book Store. Manila Vicente, C.C., Soria, B.S. et.al .( 2004) Technical Writing. Uni-Ed Incorporated. Q.C. Philippines __________________________________________________________ Other references and reading materials will be provided by the instructor. *Consultations must be done at the Faculty Room beyond class hours.

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REVIEWED BY:

APPROVED BY:

DR. ROEL U. HERNANDEZ Humanities Cluster Head

DR. ROWENA R. DE GUZMAN Dean, CEAS

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