ERIC Number: ED343178
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1991-Jun
Reference Count: N/A
Basic Communication Course Annual. Volume 3.
Hugenberg, Lawrence W., Ed.
This volume of an annual collection of essays relating to instruction in the basic communication course is presented in five sections: (1) Six Approaches to the Introductory Course: A Forum; (2) 1990 Basic Course Committee Award Winning Papers; (3) Instruction in the Introductory Communication Course; (4) Research on the Introductory Communication Course; and (5) Seminar on the Issues in the Introductory Course in Speech Communication. Papers in the collection include: "The Introductory Communication Course: The Public Speaking Approach" (Rudolph F. Verderber); "The Introductory Communication Course: The Hybrid Approach" (Judy C. Pearson and Richard West); "Small Group Communication as an Introductory Course" (John L. Brilhart); "Introductory Communication Theory: Not Another Skills Course" (William C. Donaghy); "The Interpersonal Communication Course" (Joseph A. DeVito); "The Business and Professional Speaking Course" (Lawrence W. Hugenberg and others); "The Introductory Communication Course: Results of a National Survey" (Douglas M. Trank and Pat Lewis); "Logic and Emotion, Persuasion and Argumentation: 'Good Reasons' as an Educational Synthesis" (Warren Sandmann); "Instructional Communication Strategies for Adapting to a Multicultural Introductory Course" (Charles A. Braithwaite and Dawn O. Braithwaite); "The R3A3 Processing System for Experiential Learning in the Classroom" (Pamela L. Gray); "Reading Our Own Speech Critiques as Texts that Reveal Educational Goals, Instructional Roles, and Communicative Functions" (Jo Sprague); "Classroom Interventions for Reducing Public Speaking Anxiety" (Michael R. Neer and W. Faye Kirchner); "Measurement of Communication Motivation in Public Speaking: An Exploratory Study and Scale Development Based on Expectancy Theory" (Edwin J. Dawson and Donald D. Yoder); "Models for Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) Training: The 'Real,' the 'Necessary,' and the 'Ideal'" (Nancy L. Buerkel-Rothfuss and Pamela L. Gray); and "Summary of the Issues Discussed during the Seminar on the Introductory Course in Speech Communication" (Lawrence W. Hugenberg and Donald D. Yoder). (SR)
Descriptors: Communication Research, Course Content, Course Descriptions, Course Organization, Higher Education, Introductory Courses, Speech Communication, Teaching Methods
American Press, 520 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA 02215-2605 ($20.00; discounts for quantity orders).
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers: Speech Communication Education
Note: For volumes 1 and 2, see ED 327 905-906.