LA HARBOR COLLEGE Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) Assessment Report Course Assessment Division: Humanities and Fine Arts Discipline/Program: Speech Course Number and Name: Speech 102 Oral Communication II Program Contact Person: ___Daryle Nagano-Krier_________________ Reviewed by: Attach additional pages as necessary. Institutional Course Intended Outcomes Learning Outcomes 1. Deliver speeches to inform 2 and persuade successfully integrating visual aids effectively. Phone: __310-233-4643______________ , Academic Dean Means of Assessment and Criteria for Success During the Spring 2010 semester Speech 102 focused on Visual Aids utilized during Persuasive Speeches. Twenty students were assessed in 5 areas on a scale from 1-5 (1 Poor and 5 Excellent). Our intended outcome was that at least 50% of the students would score 5 in all areas and at least 25% would score 3 or higher in the 5 areas. In summary, we based our outcomes on the persuasive speech being the last speech and students having three to four public speaking experiences prior to the Date: 6/21/2010 Summary of Data Collected Based on the overall results of the Speech 102 (only one section taught) we were able to meet our intended outcome. The results are as follow: 12 scored 5 in all 5 areas; 5 scored 3 in all 5 areas; 2 scored 2 in all 5 areas; and 1 scored 1 as this student didn’t use the required visuals at all. Use of Results According to the results, students are demonstrating what they should be when presenting visuals for a Persuasive Speech. 1 3 2 2 2. Students will illustrate competency in the essential components of effective organizational pattern of oratory. Students will present written outlines in support of informative speech presentations. 3. Students will effectively apply the principles of speech delivery with current presentation technology and nonverbal communication behavior in demonstration speeches. 4. Students will demonstrate proficiency in persuasive speeches using the prima facie case organizational structure. 5. Students will apply the rights stated in the U.S Constitution to illustrate principles involved in effective persuasive forensic speech presentations. assessment. Students will construct a typed standard outline utilizing the informative speech format. Students will effectively deliver a speech applying effective nonverbal communication behavior utilizing current presentation technology. Students will deliver a speech utilizing each step in the prima facie case organizational structure. Students will research a topic and apply at least 3 U.S. Constitution principles to their topic.