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WELCOME to HCOM-100WELCOME to HCOM-100Intro toIntro to

Human Communication Human Communication StudiesStudies

ADDS & DROPSADDS & DROPS• ““Adding” Procedure: This class is full.Adding” Procedure: This class is full.

– ““Open” sections:Open” sections:

•use Titan Telephone System during first use Titan Telephone System during first two weeks of schooltwo weeks of school

– ““Closed/full” sections:Closed/full” sections:

• need the need the “PERMISSION TO ADD”“PERMISSION TO ADD” formform

• ““Dropping” Procedure:Dropping” Procedure:– YOUR RESPONSIBILITY!!! I might drop you, YOUR RESPONSIBILITY!!! I might drop you,

but don’t count on it. but don’t count on it.– Formally drop through Titan RegistrationFormally drop through Titan Registration

COMMUNICATING WITH MECOMMUNICATING WITH ME•How to communicate with me:How to communicate with me:

– Department:Department:

•Human Communication Human Communication StudiesStudies

– Phone: 714-278-7175Phone: 714-278-7175– Email: Email: [email protected]@fullerton.edu– Office: CP-420-__Office: CP-420-__

•Office Hours: _______Office Hours: _______

Let’s go over the Let’s go over the SyllabusSyllabus

• GE Requirement: Core Competency GE Requirement: Core Competency of Category I.A Oral Communicationof Category I.A Oral Communication

• Seven goals for student learning in Seven goals for student learning in the oral categorythe oral category

• Other objectives specific to this Other objectives specific to this coursecourse

Required Required TextText•Get the textbook: Beebe, S.A., Get the textbook: Beebe, S.A.,

Beebe, J.J. & Ivy, D.K. (2004). Beebe, J.J. & Ivy, D.K. (2004). Communication: Principles for a Communication: Principles for a Lifetime (2Lifetime (2ndnd ed.). Boston: Pearson. ed.). Boston: Pearson.

BOOKS MUST BEBOOKS MUST BE

BROUGHT TO EVERY CLASS!BROUGHT TO EVERY CLASS!

WRITING WRITING REQUIREMENTREQUIREMENT

SS•Reaction Paper = 15pts

•Dyad Paper = 10pts•Presentation Outline Final

Draft = 25pts

ASSESSMENT ASSESSMENT STRATEGIESSTRATEGIES• Oral presentations

• Written Papers• Group Discussions

•Practice applications of concepts

• Exams

CLASS CLASS PARTICIPATIONPARTICIPATION

• Come to every class

• Be on time

• Don’t interrupt each other

ONLINE QUIZZESONLINE QUIZZES

•Find them on the Blackboard Course Website

•Do them BEFORE we are scheduled to talk about that chapter in class. The quiz will expire one hour before class!

•Online quizzes are very helpful for preparing for the exams

More on theMore on theREACTION PAPERREACTION PAPER

•Analyze what you’ve learned

•Integrate concepts

•Illustrate your growing communication competency

•2-3 pages; double-spaced; proper grammar

!!! LATE PAPERSWILL NOT BE ACCEPTED !!!

EVIDENCE HUNTEVIDENCE HUNT

•The truth is out there! Evidence CAN be found!

•APA style citation verbalized in presentation is REQUIRED!

•You will NEED this info to complete your Outline Rough Draft!

PRESENTATION PRESENTATION OUTLINEOUTLINE

ROUGH DRAFTROUGH DRAFT• May not sound important, because of the words “rough draft” – but look at the points (25)

• Topic must be approved by instructor• Can turn in the handwritten filled-in form

because CONTENT is the focus of this assignment

• Rough draft must incorporate the information gathered in your “Scavenger Hunt for Evidence” assignment

15pts DYAD PAPER15pts DYAD PAPER•Help you prepare for public

presentation•Initiate supportive relationship

w/constructive feedback•Meeting outside of class time•2-pg summary of your dyad

experience

PRESENTATION PRESENTATION OUTLINEOUTLINE

FINAL DRAFTFINAL DRAFT•Look at the points (25)

•Must be typed, FULL-SENTENCE outline format

•CONTENT, FORM & FUNCTIONALITY are all important in this assignment

50pts PUBLIC50pts PUBLICPRESENTATIONPRESENTATION

• Informative or persuasive speech• 5-6 minutes (MUST BE WITHIN TIME) – If

you are overtime or undertime you will lose points – it shows that you did not REHEARSE or that you did not TIME your rehearsals

• VISUAL AIDS MUST BE USED

!!! PRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RESCHEDULED !!!

EXAMS – 200ptsEXAMS – 200pts

•2 – 100pts each – non-cumulative

•Multiple choice/T&F - Covers text and lectures

•Must have legitimate excuse for not attending exams (i.e., doctor’s note, etc).

•Make-up exams are comprised of ESSAY QUESTIONS ONLY.

GRADINGGRADING•No changes unless I’ve made a

mathematical error

•Discussions about grades will be held in private – not during class time

•I will be happy to meet with you during my office hours to discuss how you can enhance your grade

GENERALGENERALINFO & RULESINFO & RULES

• Be punctual

• Complete assignments on time

• Participate in class discussions & activities

• Don’t do homework from other classes during our class time

• Turn off cell phones & video games

• Do not mock, interrupt or otherwise disrespect your class-mates

CHEATING &CHEATING &PLAGIARISMPLAGIARISM

• WILL NOT BE TOLERATED!!!!!

• RESULTS IN AN “F” FOR THE COURSE!!!!!

• MAY BE GROUNDS FOR EXPULSION!!!

SUBJECT TO SUBJECT TO CHANGECHANGE

• If changes to syllabus are made:

– I will reduce the amount of work– I will give extra time for assignments

to be completed and turned in– I may waive a particular assignment

altogether

STUDENT PROFILESTUDENT PROFILE& READING & READING

ASSIGNMEMTASSIGNMEMT•Due at next class meeting:

–Student Profiles–Reading Chapter One

•Why Study Communication?

What What questions do questions do

you have?you have?

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