Principles of Public Speaking - CST 100 at Wytheville Community College


         
 
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CST 100 - Principles of Public Speaking
Applies theory and principles of public address with emphasis on preparation and delivery.
Lecture 3 hour per week.
3 credits

Schedule at Wytheville Community College

Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
21141 CST 100-95 3
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5:46 a.m.-5:47 a.m.
2021-05-24 Virtual Location ER
This 5 week TOTALLY online "Principles of Public Speaking" course requires the student to secure at least 5-7 audience members for 2 graded speeches and must be comfortable with technology to videotape, upload videos, and complete online assignments. No cost E-textbook provided on Canvas. Must have a webcam for test taking.
14344 CST 100-96 3
SuMTuWThFSa
5:47 a.m.-5:48 a.m.
2021-05-24 Virtual Location ER
This 8 week TOTALLY online "Principles of Public Speaking" course requires the student to secure at least 5-7 audience members for 2 graded speeches and must be comfortable with technology to videotape, upload videos, and complete online assignments. No cost E-textbook provided on Canvas. Must have a webcam for test taking.
Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
35997 CST 100-95 3
SuMTuWThFSa
2:05 a.m.-2:06 a.m.
2021-08-23 Virtual Location ER
This 16 week totally online course requires the student to secure at least 5-7 audience members for each the TWO "graded" speech and must be comfortable with technology to videotape, upload videos, and complete online assignments. No cost E-textbook provided on Canvas. Must have a webcam for test taking.
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