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Comm 231: public speaking (tuesday thursday 12:15-1:30 pm c230) instructor: dr john r fisher phone: 426 2450 jan 18 introduction to public speaking reading chapter 1: test 1, answers: 2: jan 23 the ethics of public speaking reading chapter 6: no test 5: feb 13 researching your topic. Study the art of public speaking with connect lucas discussion and chapter questions and find the art of public speaking with connect lucas study guide questions and answers. June namely5 chapter 6: using observation checklists the actual behaviours exhibited and their attitudes (which is inferred from their behaviours)1 is an example of an observational checklist that may used in assessing behaviours in the science laboratory.
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