ENGL BC3123 Rhetorical Choices: the Theory and Practice of Public Speaking. 3 points.
Prerequisites: Application process and permission of instructor. Enrollment restricted to Barnard students.
Speaking involves a series of rhetorical choices regarding vocal presentation, argument construction, and physical affect that, whether made consciously or by default, project information about the identity of the speaker. In this course students will relate theory to practice: to learn principles of public speaking and speech criticism for the purpose of applying these principles as peer tutors in the Speaking Fellow Program. Note: This course now counts as an elective for the English major.
Fall 2019: ENGL BC3123
|Course Number||Section/Call Number||Times/Location||Instructor||Points||Enrollment|
|ENGL 3123||001/07999||T Th 10:10am - 11:25am
407 Barnard Hall
|Pamela Cobrin, Daniela Kempf||3||14/14|
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