Cannot be credited toward a degree or certificate.
In this course you will learn the basics
of oral communication. You will sharpen your skills by using the
methods learned in this class while speaking before groups as well as
exercising your one on one communication techniques in regular
NOT keep any records for students who are Monitoring
Only. Therefore, if you want to keep track of your
progress you may download and print out a copy of the Course
Record Form on which you
can record the minimum attendance and other information for this course.
The textbook is divided into nine sections. Not more than one section
should be completed
each week. At the end of each section you
will stop and take the Section Test that corresponds with the section
you just finished studying. All Section Tests are “open book,” which means you may use your textbook
while taking the tests. You should not go on to study the next section until
you have completed and submitted your homework for the current section,
if any, and passed the current section test.
for this course is nine weeks.
suggested attendance per section/lesson is one week.
All homework assignments must be completed and
turned in before taking the Section Test or the Final Test. If you
do not complete the homework assignments for a particular week, then you
may not take that week's Section Test nor go on to study the next lesson
until you have completed the assignments for the current week.
Once you have completed the homework and taken, and passed, the Section
Test, then you may go on to study the next section starting on the
- At the end of each section you will stop and
take the Section Test.
- If you
the test then you
need to restudy that entire section and then retake the test.
Repeat this process until you finally pass the test. You cannot go
on to the next section until you have passed the test for the current one.
That means that you cannot read the entire text and then come back and take all
of the tests at once. You must study one section of the text and then take
and pass the test for that section before going on to study the next section.
- If you missed any of the questions on any test, whether you pass it or not, then you
should review the section
corresponding to that test and look up the correct answers to any questions answered incorrectly. Once you have found all of the correct answers, then you may continue on to the next section
of the textbook. You may use the correct answers from the copy of the failed test that was sent to you for comparison purposes to make sure you have found the correct answers in the textbook. The correct answers on the copy of the failed test
should be used only for comparison purposes.
Homework assignments must be completed and those that are to be turned in
need to be submitted before taking the section test. You will be
asked on each test for any sections requiring homework, if you have
completed your homework and submitted the necessary parts of it.
If you have not, then you will fail the test because you will have to
answer those questions "no" and the points lost for a
"no" answer to either one of those two questions will make it
impossible to attain a passing score. We do not receive copies of
your tests, so if you lie on one of them about
whether you have completed and/or submitted your homework, then we will
leave it to God to decide what will be done to you to restore you to the
Once you have completed all sections of the textbook and passed all of the corresponding
tests, and found the correct answers to any questions missed on any test, then you
the Password and, upon receiving the Password, take the Final Test for the
Final Test is "open book."
- If you fail the final test then you need to restudy both the textbook and all of the section tests
and and find the correct answers to every question missed on the test, and then retake the final test. Repeat this process until you pass the Final
If you miss any questions on the Final Test,
even though you passed it, then you should review the textbook and all of
the section tests and find the correct answers in the textbook to the questions you missed.
This process is suggested because it will afford you the best
opportunity to gain the most from your study of this course.
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