2012 - 2013 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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elective courses comm m05 comm m07 comm m10a comm m10b comm m10c comm m12 comm m16 comm m20 comm m25 comm m26 for major oral interpretation of literature argumentation and debate forensics i forensics ii forensics iii intercultural communication readers’ theatre business and professional speech introduction to rhetorical criticism rhetoric of popular culture units 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 students completing the associate of arts degree in communication studies will be able to • effectively communicate their ideas through oral performance • effectively communicate in interpersonal group and intercultural settings • critically evaluate messages presented in a variety of contexts 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture prepares students to be effective oral communicators in a public speaking context through instruction in basic communication theory appropriate delivery skills common organizational patterns and thorough research techniques offers practical training in feedback and listening skills formerly spch m01 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc c-id comm 110 3 units provides a further exploration into the principles of public speaking and the analysis of public discourse explores practical application of advanced principles of audience adaptation and ethics through the presentation of various types of persuasive speeches and situations formerly spch m02 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc 3 units prerequisites none class hours 2 lecture 3 lab 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture studies the principles of interpretation of literature from each of the major genres prose poetry drama as well as the techniques of performance studies literary craft as well as evaluating analyzing and performing selections from each of the major genres of literature formerly spch m05 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc 3 units 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 formerly spch m07 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc comm m10a – forensics i 3 units prerequisites comm m03a or ftvm m53a or tha m03a class hours 2 lecture 3 lab develops intermediate skills and furthers the study of speech production to enhance vocal quality and improve diction emphasizes specific areas of speech production including proper posture and breath control vocal flexibility and expressiveness energy volume tone and articulation same course as ftvm m53b and tha m03b applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc moorpark college announcement of courses 2012 2013 2 units prerequisites none class hours 1 lecture 3 lab provides training and supervised preparation for participating in collegiate competitive and non-competitive speech activities such as debate public speaking and oral performance of literature requires participation in interscholastic competition either as competitor or critic field trips are required spch m10a-d applies to associate degree transfer credit csu comm m10b – forensics ii introduces the study of speech production to enhance vocal quality and improve diction emphasizes specific areas of speech production including proper posture and breath control vocal flexibility and expressiveness energy volume tone and articulation same course as ftvm m53a and tha m03a formerly comm m03 and spch m03 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc comm m03b – voice and diction ii comm m05 – oral interpretation of literature c-id comm 120 prerequisites comm m01 class hours 3 lecture comm m03a – voice and diction i 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 employer-employee relations studies factors influencing communication are studied such as language perception non-verbal cues listening status and roles explores problems of communication and conflict resolution studies assertiveness and confidence in relating interpersonally through the communication process applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc comm m07 – argumentation and debate communication studies courses comm m02 – advanced public speaking 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture c-id comm m130 program student learning outcomes comm m01 – introduction to speech comm m04 – interpersonal communication 2 units prerequisites comm m10a and audition class hours 1 lecture 3 lab provides intermediate training and supervised preparation for participating in collegiate competitive speech activities such as debate public speaking and oral performance of literature requires participation in interscholastic competition field trips required formerly spch m10a-d applies to associate degree transfer credit csu comm m10c – forensics ii 2 units prerequisites comm m10b and audition class hours 1 lecture 3 lab provides advanced training and supervised preparation for participating in collegiate competitive speech activities such as debate public speaking and oral performance of literature requires participation in interscholastic competition field trips required formerly spch m10a-d applies to associate degree transfer credit csu 123