:: Personal and Public Speech
|CRN:||50120, 50439, 51253|
|Dates:||08/25/2014 - 12/19/2014|
|Course Requirements:||Students are required to attend two on-campus classes to give their speech presentations.
*Students will be contacted by their instructor by UH email before the first day of instruction. Students must check their UH email for course correspondence before the first day of instruction.
|Course Prerequisites:||Rec Prep: ENG 22 with a grade of C or better or equivalent.|
|Course Description:||Introduction to major elements of speech. Activities for students
to acquire competence in two-person, small group, and public
situations. Designed primarily for non-majors.
|Textbooks:||Communication Works! By Gamble, Terri & Michael Gamble, 10th ed. (Loose version). Thomson/Wadsworth. Belmont: CA. 2009.|
|Technical Requirements:||The Internet allows students to take a course at home using a personal computer. Depending on the online course, students may be required to log in at a specific day and time or at anytime. Students taking an online course should always contact their instructor after registration or prior to the first day of class to get detailed information regarding the course.
Minimum Computer Hardware/Software Requirements:
PC with Windows 98, NT, 2000 or XP or a Macintosh II running System 9. Netscape Navigator 7.0 or higher, or Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher; a 56k modem connection (DSL or Roadrunner recommended); an e-mail client; word procession software (e.g. Microsoft Word/Works, Clarisworks, etc.); and basic internet skills (browsing, sending email, saving/sending files.
It is also required that you obtain a UH Email account. Please go to the following URL for more information: http://www.hawaii.edu/askus/563
|Additional Notes:||Alternate Technology Access Plan: In registering for a Distance Education course (Cable or Web) the student is responsible for finding immediate alternate access to a computer with Internet connectivity or cable television should that student experience technical difficulties. Technical difficulties can include but are not limited to problems with a student's computer hardware/software; inoperability of a student's VCR or DVR; or lack of service by a student's Internet Service Provider (ISP) or Cable Provider. Technical issues do not constitute the extension of an assignment, project, quiz or exam deadline unless agreed upon by the instructor.
|Updated:||Monday, March 31, 2014 12:27:04|