RTV195 - Announcing Skills I

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Subject Title
Announcing Skills I

Subject Description
This subject is designed to improve the quality of speech and develop announcing techniques for students in the Radio Broadcasting program. In this introductory course, the emphasis will be on analyzing and identifying particular speech patterns and habits, on improving posture, breathing and articulation, and on developing an acceptable personal vocal style.

Co-requisites: RTV 101, RTV 111, RTV 112

Credit Status
Broadcasting - Radio Diploma Program

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Demonstrate a knowledge of the theory and practice of good speech production.
2. Recognize and apply the basic terminology of speech and phonics.
3. Analyze their own, and others' speech.
4. Use good posture and effective relaxation techniques.
5. Breathe properly, using the diaphragm.
6. Use diction fluently and comprehensibly.
7. Enunciate at an acceptable level.
8. Use an appropriate method to mark scripts for pacing and emphasis.
9. Identify and describe an emerging personal style of speech delivery.

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