James E. Helmer, Director
100F,S Oral Presentations: Principles and Practices.
Abbreviated study of fundamental principles with emphasis on organization, development, and oral delivery. Designed for students who wish to increase confidence and overall effectiveness in making oral presentations. Videotaping. Open by academic referral or consent of instructor. Repeatable for credit with permission of director. One-quarter course credit. Maximum enrollment, 18. Helmer and Mason.
210F,S The Rhetorical Act.
Study and application of rhetorical principles and concepts that guide the creation and delivery of effective public speeches. Students create, deliver, and critique speeches, demonstrating their understanding of structural, substantive, and aesthetic components of oral discourse and how these elements are adapted to different purposes and audiences. Maximum enrollment, 18. J Helmer.