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Music Theory IV Chromatic Harmony and 20th/21st Century Music
Dr. Craig Weston
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ethaniel Aubrey-Mitchell on Thursday February 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Music 360 at Kansas State University taught by Dr. Craig Weston in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 12 views. For similar materials see Music Theory IV Chromatic Harmony and 20th/21st Century Music in Music at Kansas State University.


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Date Created: 02/11/16
1.What is the specific aim of COMM 105? A: To make students better speakers and more comfortable presenting information in front of people. 2.Mention the four different methods that will be used for helping you acquire knowledge and skills of public speaking?  Narration Speech  Comparison Speech  Outside Research Report  Composite Speech 3.What are the required assignments in this course?  Syllabus quiz  Narration Speech o Narration Speech Peer Review  Quiz 1 (Ch. 1-5)  Intro-Conclusion Speech  Workshop for Comparison Speech  Memory Activity  Comparison Speech o Peer Review for Comparison Speech  Quiz 2 (Ch. 6-10)  Library Research Assignment  Workshop for Composite Speech o Peer Review for Composite Speech  Final Exam (Ch. 1-10)  (Research Participation) 4.What is the implication of NOT completing the required assignments? A grade that reflects so. If not completed, the grade of the student will suffer. 5.If you are absent on a day of pop-up quiz, what is the implication? Unless an absence has been approved and arranged beforehand, they will result in an automatic “F” and not be accepted. 6.Highlight the prohibited speaking materials. No guns, violence, nudity, drugs, alcohol, etc. may be used in a speech presentation. It is strongly advised to also avoid controversial or offensive issues for speech topics. 7.Apart from being a serious ethical offense and a violation of the honor pledge, explain how students cheat themselves when they plagiarize. They are not learning how to think and work for themselves. This is a very much needed skill in the real world if they are wanting to grow in their field/as a person. Refer to the Supplemental Syllabus for questions 8 - 10 8. If you do not know how/when to reach me, you will not be able to effectively communicate your concerns about this course to me. This is not a question. It is a statement. Typo? 9. what days/time are my office hours? where is my office? Office: West Stadium 102 Sections: 12846, 12848, 14419 Office Hours: Mon. 9:00­10:30, Wed. 9:30­10:30 or by appointment 10. In your own words, briefly explain the attendance policies for this class. On normal school days, students are given the pull of 2 “free” unexcused absences with no negative impact on their grade. If they expend these absences, their grade will deplete by 5% with every extra unexcused absence. If a student misses a speech day, it will result in an automatic “F” for the, assignment and an automatic drop in 10% of their grade. If the student has made their case for a reasonable cause (i.e. sickness, death in the family, etc.) then exceptions can be made. Vacations do not count! This assignment is going to be submitted to me in class by hand on Wed. January 20, 2016.


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