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FY 2009 Course Descriptions Speech SPCH 1311 INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH COMMUNICATION (3-3-0). Theories and practice of speech communication behavior in interpersonal, small group, and public communication situations. Austin Community College Catalog
Syllabus - Interpersonal Communication Interpersonal Communication Spring 2012 Instructor’s Course Requirements
Posture and Body Language
Why Smart People Have Poor Communication Skills – and What to Do About It On October 23, 1990, David Pologruto, a high school physics teacher, was stabbed by his smart student Jason Haffizulla. Jason was not a teenager you think would try to kill someone. He got straight A’s and was determined to study medicine at Harvard, yet this was his downfall.
The World's Greatest Public Speakers: The Speeches of Winston Churchill In 1940, Europe - and the world - stood on the brink of a precipice. The armies of Hitler's third Reich had stormed across Europe at record speed, all the nations of Western Europe falling before them. Only the Britain remained defiant in the face of the Nazi war machine. And the future looked bleak for Britain - massively outnumbered by the military might of the Nazis. Certain voices in Britain called for appeasement, and for a deal to be made with Hitler. Such a deal would have changed the face of the world.
Winston Churchill "I was, on the whole, considerably discouraged by my school days. It was not pleasant to feel oneself so completely outclassed and left behind at the beginning of the race." Sir Winston Churchill
What is Adult Speech Therapy? Speech therapy for adults is usually the result of a car accident, a stroke or illness that caused the speech disorder. Sometimes the condition is caused by a disease that developed over time or a stuttering or articulation problem that was never addressed. The articulation speech therapy for adults is similar to pediatric speech therapy. There is instruction of how to place the tongue during the pronunciation of certain words along with a repetition of the target sound. Usually the introductory speech therapy for adults includes words with one syllable, once the adult becomes used to the speech activities then two or three syllable words are introduced until the sound is mastered.
Adult Speech and Language