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y‰È–Ú‚Ì–Ú“Iz
 This course aims to build upon the prior semester's work by giving students more practice with discussion-style communication. Thematic and descriptive narrations as well as groupwork, online preparation, presentations and concept development will aid in increasing student control over their public speaking ability. Special research methodology will be introduced over the term, allowing students to more clearly command their spoken language and build confidence in speaking English.
y“ž’B–Ú•Wz
 (’mŽ¯E—‰ð)
 Increase of spoken English/vocabulary building blocks
 
 
 
 
 (ŽvlE”»’fE•\Œ»^ŽvlE‹Z”\EŽÀ‘H)
 Structural spoken analysis/speech & style development
 (‘Ô“xEŽuŒü«)
 Seeking clarity through careful methodology of word choice and outlining before
yŽö‹Æ“à—ez
 The first section of this course will focus on having students set up simulated exercises such as telephone interviewing, asking and giving advice, opinions and making and using references in spoken English. The middle section of this course will have students practicing how to develop research skills to help construct lively debate. The final section will rely on discussion and debate skills while preparing valuable public speaking presentations using topical referencing.
y‹³ˆç•û–@z
 Students will be asked to develop topics which can then be analyzed using both critical thinking approaches to be used for public speaking assignments. Some projects will rely on teamwork to present material in group discussion form, while other projects will assume that students, having learned how to research a given topic can then develop discussion skills such as rapid-response to questions, overcoming public speaking shyness, and taking more control over verbal positioning mirroring modern debate styles.
 
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 (’mŽ¯E—‰ð)
 20% x 3 group projects
 
 (ŽvlE”»’fE•\Œ»^ŽvlE‹Z”\EŽÀ‘H)
 Completed assignments 20%
 
 (‘Ô“xEŽuŒü«)
 Enthusiasm 10%
 
y•KŒg}‘z
 Selected materials and topics will be chosen by the instructor while some topics may be decided on by students
 
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y—šCã‚Ì’ˆÓz
 Students should develop regular practice schedules throughout their weekly routines. Keeping notes and using word check websites such as Grammarly can assist students to reduce mistakes that are often overlooked. Keeping records of all speaking notes and assignments and timely completion of all presentations are excellent means to improve spoken English.
 
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yŠw¶‚ւ̃ƒbƒZ[ƒWz
 Please allow some flexibility and patience for the introduction of this course online. I will try my best to deliver some online instruction.

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