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Operator: 410-543-6000

Goblinger, Jean

Faculty, Communication Arts
Fulton Hall (FH) 261
410-543-6229 or ext 36229
jlgoblingersalisburyedu



Courses  []

2014 Fall

  • CMAT 102-003 INTRODUCTION TO MASS MEDIA
    Theory, history, structure and functions of mass media (print, film, recording, radio, television, new media), advertising, journalism and public relations. Students may not receive credit for both CMAT 110 and CMAT 102. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).
  • ELI 42-002 ORAL COMMUNICATION II
    This two-level oral communication series provides non-native speakers with the opportunity to practice and improve their listening and communication skills in both social and academic settings. Listening practice includes academic lectures, interviews, video and audio files. This course provides students with opportunities to discuss cultural topics related to the United States and other countries represented in our class. This course meets three hours a week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 43-002 ACADEMIC SPEAKING III
    This two-level series is designed to help non-native speaking students become more effective speakers and listeners in an academic setting. Students become familiar with common assignments, such as group discussion and individual presentations. Students learn how to develop PowerPoint presentations, how to take notes effectively and how to absorb material learned in class. This two level course will be available twice in a school year and it will meet three hours every week. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: ELI oral communication test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 44-002 ACADEMIC SPEAKING IV
    This two-level series is designed to help non-native speaking students become more effective speakers and listeners in an academic setting. Students become familiar with common assignments, such as group discussion and individual presentations. Students learn how to develop PowerPoint presentations, how to take notes effectively and how to absorb material learned in class. This two level course will be available twice in a school year and it will meet three hours every week. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: ELI oral communication test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 94-001 TALKING W CONF W NAT SPKRS
    Refine oral communication skills. Intended for high-advanced-level students who expect to use spoken English in an intellectual context. Learner outcomes include improved listening comprehension of natural speech, speaking fluency and accuracy. Activities include discussions, listening tasks, presentations, course discussions and role plays. Meets three hours per week and is offered in the spring and fall.

2015 Spring

  • CMAT 102-002 INTRODUCTION TO MASS MEDIA
    Theory, history, structure and functions of mass media (print, film, recording, radio, television, new media), advertising, journalism and public relations. Students may not receive credit for both CMAT 110 and CMAT 102. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).
  • ELI 42-002 ORAL COMMUNICATION II
    This two-level oral communication series provides non-native speakers with the opportunity to practice and improve their listening and communication skills in both social and academic settings. Listening practice includes academic lectures, interviews, video and audio files. This course provides students with opportunities to discuss cultural topics related to the United States and other countries represented in our class. This course meets three hours a week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 43-002 ACADEMIC SPEAKING III
    This two-level series is designed to help non-native speaking students become more effective speakers and listeners in an academic setting. Students become familiar with common assignments, such as group discussion and individual presentations. Students learn how to develop PowerPoint presentations, how to take notes effectively and how to absorb material learned in class. This two level course will be available twice in a school year and it will meet three hours every week. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: ELI oral communication test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 44-002 ACADEMIC SPEAKING IV
    This two-level series is designed to help non-native speaking students become more effective speakers and listeners in an academic setting. Students become familiar with common assignments, such as group discussion and individual presentations. Students learn how to develop PowerPoint presentations, how to take notes effectively and how to absorb material learned in class. This two level course will be available twice in a school year and it will meet three hours every week. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: ELI oral communication test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 94-001 TALKING W CONF W NAT SPKRS
    Refine oral communication skills. Intended for high-advanced-level students who expect to use spoken English in an intellectual context. Learner outcomes include improved listening comprehension of natural speech, speaking fluency and accuracy. Activities include discussions, listening tasks, presentations, course discussions and role plays. Meets three hours per week and is offered in the spring and fall.

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