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Ch 15: Required Assignments for Communications 101

About This Chapter

College Accelerator members must complete this chapter's assignments to earn a final grade for Communications 101: Public Speaking. Completing the assignments can also lead to transferable college credit in communication.

Public Speaking Assignments - Summary

Apply the public speaking knowledge and skills you've gained in Communication 101: Public Speaking with these video assignments. You'll be challenged to research, outline and deliver the following speech types:

  • Informative speech
  • Persuasive speech
  • Special occasion speech

How Assignments Work

These speech assignments count toward your final grade in the course, and if you're a College Accelerator member, the assignments are required to earn transferable and affordable college credit. Follow the process below:

  •  Open a speech assignment and read through the instructions.
  •  Understand the guidelines and grading rubric for your speech.
  •  Thoroughly review your speech, checking for plagiarism and other concepts learned in the course.
  •  Fill out the submission form (link included in the assignment) and attach your assignments.
  •  Proceed to the proctored final exam on the Exams tab (you do not need to wait for your speech grades before taking the final exam).

If you are not applying for credit, you do not need to submit your assignments.  

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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