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I. course identification and justification:A. PROPOSED COURSE ID: SPCH R111 BANNER TITLE: Interpersonal CommunicationB. REASON(S) COURSE IS OFFERED:C. REASON(S) FOR CURRENT OUTLINE REVISION:II. catalog information:A. UNITS: Current: 3B. WEEKLY MEETING HOURS:C. PREREQUISITES, COREQUISITES, ADVISORIES, AND LIMITATIONS ON ENROLLMENT:1. PREREQUISITES: Current: None2. COREQUISITES: Current: None3. ADVISORIES: Current: None4. LIMITATIONS ON ENROLLMENT: Current: NoneD. CATALOG DESCRIPTION:E. SCHEDULE DESCRIPTION:F. FEES:G. FIELD TRIPS:H. REPEATABILITY:I. CREDIT BASIS:J. CREDIT BY EXAM:III. COURSE OBJECTIVES:A. Define interpersonal communication.B. Define and give examples of self esteem and self concept.C. Identify and evaluate the influence of outside sources (e.g. media, family, friends, colleagues) on students’ own self-concept.D. Recognize language barriers in interpersonal communication and adapt to the situations they create.E. Recognize and employ appropriate language in interpersonal communication.F. Evaluate and adapt to nonverbal cues in interpersonal settings.G. Apply effective and positive communication techniques within interpersonal relationships.H. Employ effective and positive communication techniques to resolve conflict in interpersonal relationships.IV. COURSE CONTENT:A. Introduction to interpersonal communicationB. The role of the self concept and perceptionC. Language in interpersonal communicationD. The role of gender in interpersonal communicationE. Nonverbal cues in interpersonal communicationF. Listening versus hearing in interpersonal communicationG. Interpersonal communication in the development and maintenance of relationshipsH. Intimacy and emotions in interpersonal relationshipsI. Resolving conflict through interpersonal communicationV. METHODS OF INSTRUCTION:A. Lecture and discussion of interpersonal communication theoryB. In-class written and oral analysis of students’ own interpersonal relationshipsC. In-class analysis of mediated relationships that indirectly affect students’ communication with their relationshipsD. In-class journaling on topics such as nonverbal cues, the self concept, and language.E. Multiple in-class individual presentations to be delivered and critiquedF. Multiple in-class group presentations to be delivered and critiquedG. In-class analysis of communication techniques highlighted in various case studiesVI. METHODS OF EVALUATION AND ASSIGNMENTS:A. METHODS OF EVALUATION FOR DEGREE-APPLICABLE COURSES:B. TYPICAL GRADED ASSIGNMENTS (METHODS OF EVALUATION):1. Live speech presentationsa. Creative self presentation which is a visual piece that helps students develop and understand the self conceptb. Creative demonstration which is an interpersonal team delivering a process speechc. Multicultural team project which requires students to investigate, research, and present a specific topic or issue examined in interpersonal communication theory2. Written presentation outlinesa. Creative self presentationb. Creative demonstrationc. Multicultural team project3. Term papersa. Possible topics include:i. Interpersonal communication in family dynamicii. Culture and interpersonal communicationiii. Friendship and gender4. Exams and/or quizzes5. Student journals with prompts such as nonverbal cues, the self concept, and languageC. TYPICAL OUTSIDE OF CLASSROOM ASSIGNMENTS:1. READING:a. Selections in assigned text including topics such as:i. Self conceptii. Languageiii. Genderiv. Nonverbal Communicationv. Emotionsb. Library research includingi. Periodicalsii. Journalsiii. Case studiesc. Ethnographies2. WRITING:a. Presentation outlinesb. Term papersi. Possible topics include:A) Interpersonal communication in a family dynamicB) Culture and interpersonal communicationC) Friendship and genderc. Response papersd. Exams and/or quizzese. Personal journaling/logging inside and outside of classVII. TEXTBOOKS AND INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS:A. TEXTBOOK(S); LATEST EDITION OF:1. Wood, J. (2001). Interpersonal Communication: Everyday Encounters. 3rd Edition. Belmont, California: Wadsworth Publishing Company.VIII. DISCIPLINE ASSIGNMENT AND ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATIONS:A. DISCIPLINE ASSIGNMENT:B. ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATIONS:1. DESCRIPTION OF CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENT:2. NAME OF STATUTE, REGULATION, OR LICENSING/CERTIFICATION ORGANIZATION REQUIRING THIS CERTIFICATION:COURSE OUTLINE COVER SHEETOXNARD COLLEGE1. COURSE IDENTIFICATION & CHANGE INFORMATIONCOURSE ID: SPCH R111 CHANGE TYPE: NEW X / REV / SUSP / REIN / DEL /APPENDICES: PREREQ-COREQ-ADVIS / DISTANCE ED /CO-LISTED AS: None BANNER TITLE: Interpersonal Communication FULL TITLE: Interpersonal Communication 2. COURSE IDENTIFICATION & CHANGE INFORMATIONTITLE 5 (Select one): ASSOC. DEGREE CREDIT (D) X / NONDEGREE CREDIT (C) / NONCREDIT (N) /AA/AS GE LIST*: A1 / A2 / B1 / B2 / C1 / C2 / D1 / D2 X / E1 / E2 / F /CHANGES UNITS: FOR MAJOR No / FOR DEGREE No /3. ARTICULATION RECOMMENDATIONS & APPROVAL DATESTRANSFER: CSU X / UC X / CAMPUSES CSUN, CSULA, UCSB, UCLA /CSU-GE*: A1 / A2 / A3 / B1 / B2 / B3 / B4 / C1 / C2 / D0 / D1 / D2 / D3 / D4 / D5 / D6 /D7 X / D8 / D9 / E X / U.S. HIST / U.S. GOV / DATE APPROVED /IGETC*: 1A / 1B / 1C / 2A / 3A / 3B / 4A / 4B / 4C / 4E / 4F / 4G X / 4H / 4I / 4J / 5A /5B / 5C / 6 / USHCAI-1 / USHCAI-2 / DATE APPROVED /CAN: DISCIPLINE/NUMBER SPCH 8 / DATE APPROVED /SEQUENCE None / OTHER COURSES IN SEQUENCE None /4. BANNER & ADMINISTRATIVE CODESBASIC SKILLS (Select one): NO (N) X / YES, PRE-COLLEGIATE (P) / YES, NOT PRE-COLLEGIATE (N) /LEVELS BELOW TRANSFER (English, ESL, reading, writing, and mathematics only): NA X / 1 / 2 / 3 /DIVISION DEAN: TOP† / SAM‡ / CLASSIFICATION§ / SPECIAL** /5. REVIEW & APPROVAL (Signatures only;

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