ERIC Number: ED440424
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1998
Basic Communication Course Annual. Volume 10.
Hugenberg, Lawrence W., Ed.
This volume of an annual collection presents 10 essays relating to instruction in the basic communication course. The essays are: "The Basic Course and the Future of the Workplace" (Andrew D. Wolvin); "Predictors of Self-Perceptions of Behavioral Competence, Self-Esteem, and Willingness to Communicate: A Study Assessing Impact in a Basic Interpersonal Communication Course" (Sherwyn P. Morreale, Michael Z. Hackman, and Michael R. Neer); "Learning Style Preferences and Academic Achievement Within the Basic Communication Course" (Charles A. Lubbers and William J. Seiler); "Graduate Teaching Assistant Training: Preparing Instructors to Assist ESL Students in the Introductory Public Speaking Course" (Brooke L. Quigley, Katherine G. Hendrix, and Karen Freisem); "Applying Multiple Intelligences Theory to the Basic Public Speaking Course" (Kristi A. Schaller and Marybeth G. Callison); "Delineating the Uses of Practical Theory: A Reply to Hickson" (Shawn Spano); "Theory and Pedagogy in the Basic Course: A Summary From Spano and Hickson" (Mark Hickson, III); "Teaching the Honors Public Speaking Course" (Karla Kay Jensen and David E. Williams); and "Commentary: The Research Foundation for Instruction in the Beginning Public Speaking Course" (Lawrence W. Hugenberg and Barbara S. Moyer). (RS)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Cognitive Style, Communication Research, Communication Skills, English (Second Language), Higher Education, Interpersonal Communication, Introductory Courses, Literature Reviews, Multiple Intelligences, Self Esteem, Speech Communication, Teaching Assistants, Teaching Methods, Theory Practice Relationship, Workplace Literacy
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Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
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Note: For volume 9, see CS 510 308.