CMN 324 1 - Rhetorical Performance Styles
Examines the role of performance in rhetoric from the earliest ages of great oratory to the present day. Students will learn the terminology and mechanics of physical and vocal delivery, explore various time periods considered to have rich traditions of rhetorical performance, and analyze the techniques and rhetorical styles of different periods in the history of rhetoric. Students will create their own performances using the rhetorical techniques of practices ranging from ancient Greek oratory to TED Talks. Course Information: Credit is not given for CMN 324 if credit for CMN 396 has been given.
Credit not given for both CMN 324 and CMN 396 topic: Performing Rhetoric.
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Course Level: Undergraduate