2005 - 2006 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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speech speech recommended courses choose at least 8 units cis m27 microsoft power point 1.5 spch m03 voice and diction 3.0 spch m10b forensics 2.0 spch m12 intercultural communication 3.0 spch m16 readers’ theatre 3.0 spch m26 rhetoric of popular culture 3.0 spch m56 business and professional speech 3.0 see general education degree requirements and transfer information spch m05 3 units oral interpretation of literature prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture a unique blend of speech and acting studies the principles of interpretation of literature from each of the major genres prose poetry drama as well as the techniques of performance the study of literary craft is a vital part of this class students will evaluate analyze and perform selections from each of the major genres of literature applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc speech courses spch m01 3 units introduction to speech prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture designed to prepare students to be effective oral communicators in a public speaking context through instruction in basck communication theory appropriate delivery skills common organizational patterns and thorough research techniques also offers practical training in feedback and listening skills applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc igetc area 1c csu only can spch 4 spch m07 3 units argumentation and debate prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture introduces theory methodology and practice of critical listening critical thinking and oral argument including training in propositions methods of analysis stock issue policy analysis evidence and proof and crossexamination considerations examines types of debatable propositions effective listening and note taking research methodology and delivery skills practices team and lincoln/douglas formats on class-selected topics and issues applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc can spch 6 spch m02 3 units advanced public speaking prerequisites spch m01 class hours 3 lecture provides a further exploration into the principles of public speaking and the analysis of public discourse practical application of advanced principles of audience adaptation and ethics will be explored through the presentation of various types of persuasive speeches and situations applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc igetc area 1c csu only spch m10a/b/c/d 2 units forensics prerequisites none class hours 1 lecture 3 lab provides training rehearsal practice and performance necessary to succeed as a competitive speech team emphasizes argumentation and debate informative and persuasive speaking and impromptu and extemporaneous speaking involves research and one-on-one interactive training requires participation in interscholastic competition or community speaker’s bureau applies to associate degree transfer credit csu spch m03 3 units voice and diction prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture introduces theory and practice of voice control emphasizing correct pronunciation breathing control techniques and regional and foreign dialects especially useful for those in theatre forensics and broadcasting may be taken two 2 times for credit same course as rt m08 and tha m03 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc can dram 6 spch m12 3 units intercultural communications prerequisite none class hours 3 lecture introduction to intercultural communication principles and processes provides for the development of a more global communication perspective and greater appreciation of other cultures through increased awareness of and sensitivity to different cultural viewpoints influenced by variables including language verbal/nonverbal communication cultural values perception inferences expectations and media impact applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc spch m04 3 units interpersonal communications prerequisite none class hours 3 lecture provides an introduction to the dynamics of communication in one-toone relationships focusing on experience behavior and rules governing interpersonal contexts such as friendship families and employeremployee relations factors influencing communication are studied such as language perception non-verbal cues listening status and roles problems of communication are identified and explored through conflict resolution and problem solving techniques assertiveness and confidence in relating interpersonally through the communication process are studied applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc can spch 8 moorpark college catalog 2005/06 spch m16 3 units readers’ theatre prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture a unique blend of speech and acting studies the principles of interpretation of literature from all the major genres prose poetry drama as well as the techniques of performance in groups students will create stage and perform a reader’s theatre incorporating each of the major genres of literature same course as tha m16 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc 190