At the end of this course, the students; 1) Learn about the first term gains, learn to petitions, reports, and write their resume. 2) Learn about the properties of good and effective speech, recognize literary types. 3) Learn about the properties of tale and the speech event status and history. 4) Learn about the types of verbal expression. 5) Learn how to be a good and efficient listening. 6) Learn to approach the subject from different perspectives. 7) Learn the rules of debate. 8) Learn how to speak in front of the community. 9) Complete whether they are ready or not for the shortcomings of the test .
MODE OF DELIVERY
PRE-REQUISITES OF THE COURSE
RECOMMENDED OPTIONAL PROGRAMME COMPONENT
Teaching to express one's thoughts verbally and in writting in a simple, rational, original and effective way; developing in the students habits and skills of listening, critical thinking and reading.
II. semester program and the introduction of books. First semester summary. Distribution and planning of the presentation subjects.
Information about petition, report, cirriculum vitae and petition application.Information about the cirriculum vitae and presentation
Petition application. What is a speech ? Conversation's place in our lives. principles of effective and rhetoric speech. Factors affecting the oratory speech (media, listener, speaker's characteristics) Presentation
Petition exam. Introduction of literary genres (short stories, poetry, novels, theater, etc.) Information about the event story, and event story analysis. Presentation
Information about status story. Analysis of status story. information on report history presentation
Texture and pattern of speech (voice, pronunciation, expression characteristics)
prepared and impromptu speech. Presentation
Seeech plan (introduction, discussion, conclusion parts). Transformation of speech into text. Presentation
Types of Verbal Presentation.
Listening, listening types and techniques. text analysis (through listening)presentation
Comparision of two texts on the same subject arranged by different perspectives Presentation