Basic Principles and Practices of Effective Oral Communication
Bayani Santos, Jr., Ph.D
Rudy Brul, Ph.D
Divine Liwanag Reyes, Ph.D
The book Basic Principles and Practices of Effective Oral Communication hopes to be proactive in proving outcomes by assessing content comprehension. The authors prefer to develop general proficiency while recognizing the varied experience and comprehension skills of students. Such approach aims to help them absorb or learn maximally, the concepts and theories identified by the curriculum.
Under the K to 12 system, we are able to view communication with a new eye—as an outcome-oriented discipline. Students need this course to survive and excel in a global village, which requires citizens who are trained, theoretically-aware, and are emphatic communicators.