Teaching communication: theory, research, and methods

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L. Erlbaum Associates, Apr 1, 1990 - Education - 511 pages
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The authors of each chapter in this volume have earned national reputations in the communication field, making their commentary and advice especially valuable for individuals embarking on new careers as communication educators. This important text also provides new insight and fresh perspective for highly experienced teachers. The concerns addressed include: the goals of communication education, the preparation of specific communication courses, the organization of instructional context, the use of instructional strategies and tools, and the challenges of unique teaching assignments.

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Contents

The Goals of Communication Education
19
An Ecological Perspective on College University Teaching
39
Creating a New Course
53
Teaching Public Speaking
67
Teaching Rhetorical Studies
93
Teaching Organizational Communication
115
Teaching Nonverbal Communication
129
Teaching Intercultural Communication
145
Instructional Models
267
Extended Discourse
279
Large Lecture Classes
293
Interaction Skill in Instructional Settings
301
Individualized Approaches to Instruction
317
Selected Active Leaming Strategies
349
Evaluating the Process
363
Evaluating the Product
379

Teaching Interviewing
157
Teaching Mass Communication and Telecommunication
169
Teaching Research Methods
181
PART IH ORGANIZING TIIE
193
Individual Differences in Classroom Dynamics
209
Structuring the Classroom for Work
223
The First
237
SELECTING AND EVALUATING
247
Instructional Tools
259
Directing Multiple Sections of the Basic Course
405
Virginia P Richmond
417
Communication in the 2Year College
429
Directing Debate and Forensics
437
Consulting
447
Ethical Issues in Teaching
459
Fitting Into the Department
471
Growing As a Professional
481
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About the author (1990)

John A. Daly (Ph.D., Purdue University, 1977) is the Liddell Professor of Communication, TCB Professor of Management, and University Distinguished Teaching Professor at the University of Texas at Austin. He has served as President of the National Communication Association and on the Board of Directors of the International Communication Association and the International Customer Service Association. He is the author of more than 100 scholarly articles and book chapters, and he has served as editor of the journal "Communication Education" and as coeditor of the journal "Written Communication. "His most recent book is "Advocacy: Championing Innovations and Influencing Others "(Yale, 2011).