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ERIC Number: ED327905
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1989-Nov
Pages: 212
Abstractor: N/A
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Basic Course Communication Annual. Volume 1.
Hugenberg, Lawrence W., Ed.
This annual collection contains essays relating to the history of basic communication courses, offers insights into basic course pedagogy, and discusses the administration of multisectioned basic communication courses. Papers in the collection include: "The Basic Course in Speech Communication: An Historical Perspective" (Pamela L. Gray); "What We Know about the Basic Course: What Has the Research Told Us?" (William J. Seiler and Drew McGukin); "A Comparison between PSI-Based and Self-Contained Formats of Instruction in the Introductory Speech Communication Course" (Pamela L. Gray and others); "Using Plays and Novels as Case Studies in the Basic Course" (Roger D. Smitter); "A Unit on Relationship Termination in the Basic Course" (Lynn A. Phelps); "Teaching Ethics in the Basic Survey Speech Communication Course" (William A. Haskins); "The Necessity of Separating Idealized Accountability from Realized Accountability: A Case Study" (Karen J. Greenberg); "Implications of Student and Instructor Involvement in the Basic Course" (Sam Wallace and Don B. Morlan); "The Interaction of Teacher and Student Social Styles and Learning Styles on Learning Outcomes of the Basic Communication Course" (Michael Smilowitz and Lynn A. Phelps); "Training or Teaching: A Professional Development Program for Graduate Teaching Assistants" (Douglas M. Trank); and "Teaching Basic Courses: Problems and Solutions" (Richard L. Weaver II and Howard W. Cotrell). (RS)
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher; Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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