This course aims to teach students to express themselves clearly through the use of oral advocacy, increase their fluency public speaking, and develop their self-confidence to prepare for higher education. This course covers various aspects of public speaking, including the study of poise, use of body language, oral interpretation of literature, and impromptu argumentation. By the end of this course, students will be able to think critically, develop their own perspectives on a variety of social, political, and economic issues, hone their research skills to support their positions, organize and draft their arguments, and present their arguments in speech and debate format.
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