“The eye in the sky doesn’t lie”: Video replay and self-evaluations as part of the basic communication course

Luke LeFebvre, Leah E. LeFebvre

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Abstract

This study explores extent and frequency of conventional practices in the basic communication course: speeches, video replay, and self-evaluations from 45 basic course directors and instructors. Results indicated three to four speeches per curriculum, with two prominent speech types: informative (97.8%) and persuasive (91.1%). Approximately 76% of curriculums used video replay. Self-evaluation questions (N = 254) used 52.8% open, 40.6% closed, 21.9% circular, and 21.9% strategic questions. Most frequently used questions focused on: delivery (12.1%), content (10.6%), or delivery and content (11.1%). Findings suggest pedagogical practices vary across the discipline, and the discussion offers practical applications for improving practices.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)167-178
Number of pages12
JournalCommunication Teacher
Volume32
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - Jul 3 2018

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