COM ST 52 Speech Activities and Advocacy

This course is designed to provide academic credit for participation in community speech activities and intercollegiate speech tournaments, workshops, and intramural speech activities. The student researches, writes, develops programs, works on debate and extemporaneous speech files, and delivers public speaking assignments including but not limited to debates, public speaking activities, oral interpretation of literature, and readers' theatre. (CSU, C-ID COMM 160B)

Student delivers speech during speech and debate practice


COM ST 1A Public Speaking or COM ST 2 Oral Interpretation of Literature or COM ST 5 Argumentation and Debate each with a grade of "C" or better.


  • Ability to read at the 12th grade level.

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