Santa Monica College Catalog 2018–2019 by Santa Monica Community College

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santa monica college catalog 2018–2019 group intercultural mass and health communication in addition to an overview of public speaking com st 11 elements of public speaking 3 units transfer uc csu c-id comm 110 igetc area 1c oral communication • prerequisite none formerly speech 1 this is a course in public speaking for students learning to prepare and deliver platform speeches assignments include speeches of description exposition and persuasion techniques for controlling tension building selfconfidence and effective listening are emphasized com st 12 persuasion 3 units transfer uc csu c-id comm 190 igetc area 1c oral communication or 3b humanities • advisory communication studies 11 formerly speech 2 this course focuses on the development of persuasion in rhetorical perspective with an emphasis on balancing logic emotion and credibility in public speaking the history of classical rhetoric in ancient greece and rome as well as great speakers in american history are emphasized com st 13 voice and diction 3 units com st 14 oral interpretation performing literature across cultures 3 units transfer csu c-id comm 170 satisfies global citizenship • advisory communication studies 11 formerly speech 4 this course focuses on the oral interpretation of poetry and prose with a special emphasis on literature by and about cultural groups in the united states including african-americans asian-americans european-americans jewish-americans latino/a-americans arab-americans indigenous peoples of the united states and others through the process of oral interpretation students will analyze works of literature discover a personal connection to the material and share their emotional and intellectual creation using voice and body with an audience by studying and performing multicultural literature students will learn to appreciate the similarities and differences among cultures and how culture affects the author’s voice com st 16 fundamentals of small group discussion transfer uc csu c-id comm 140 3 units igetc area ic oral communication • skills advisory eligibility for english 1 formerly speech 6 this course focuses on the identification and analysis of processes and challenges of communication as affected by small group interactions this course helps students develop competence and confidence as a group member and leader through a combination of theoretical and practical knowledge of small groups in everyday life the course focuses on the principles of communication theory as they apply to the small group setting with an emphasis on practical application through study and practice in various group activities com st 20 agitational and protest communication 3 units transfer csu satisfies global citizenship • prerequisite none this class explores the role of agitational and protest communication in the formation processes and goals of different historical and contemporary movements agitational and protest communication includes the strategies tactics and communication utilized by movements to resist or provide different perspectives including those that have been excluded or silenced attention is given to theories contexts and strategies related to agitational and protest movements as well as numerous examples of diverse protest movements in modern and contemporary history com st 21 argumentation 3 units transfer uc csu c-id comm 120 igetc area 1c oral communication • prerequisite none • skills advisory eligibility for english 1 formerly speech 11 principles of argumentative discourse applied to contemporary issues are studied in this course an analysis of the relationship between evidence and the process of reasoning is included com st 22 introduction to competitive speech and debate 2 units transfer csu • prerequisite none formerly speech 22 this class provides the training rehearsal and performance practice to develop speech and debate skills necessary to participate on a competitive collegiate speech and debate team students will have the option to choose areas of interest and to compete on the smc speech and debate team com st 30 introduction to communication theory 3 units transfer uc csu c-id comm 180 igetc area 4 social and behavioral sciences • prerequisite none • skills advisory eligibility for english 1 this course introduces the major theoretical approaches to applications of and issues in communication studies examining and analyzing theories from the various areas of the field such as interpersonal group organizational course descriptions transfer csu • prerequisite none formerly speech 3 this course focuses on improvement in voice and articulation it features analysis of the student’s voice and articulation problems and offers specific strategies for improvement techniques in relaxation breath control articulation vocal variety and pronunciation are emphasized in addition students learn skills in oral interpretation public speaking and transcription of the international phonetic alphabet 183