Celia Feramisco

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COMM 1
Principles of Oral Communication See Full Profile

Overall 4.2 Easiness 4.2 Workload 3.8 Clarity 3.9 Helpfulness 4.1

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Overall, this class was an easy A. Professor Feramisco was an okay lecturer who got the job done. Her lectures were kind of boring, but they were the basics of communication that most people should know through common sense, so I often found myself not really paying attention and just going on my phone. Her lectures require participation, but unless if you're stuck in groups to present a mini presentation, they don't require you to put much mental effort in.
Her class mainly consists of giving 4 different speeches and 1 written analysis paper.
The first speech is a Introduction Speech (5-6 minutes recorded) where you literally just talk about anything that you think represents you.
The second speech is an Informative Speech (5-6 minutes recorded) where you give random facts about a topic of your choice.
The third speech is a Persuasive Speech (5-6 minutes recorded) where you persuade someone to believe your case about a topic of your choice.
The fourth speech is a Ceremonial/Special Occasions Speech where you give an award to someone in your class and give a speech accepting an award.
The written analysis is a 4-5 page analysis of a speech (you're given the Youtube video links to 2 different speeches to choose from) and rate how well the speaker presented it.
The professor grades super easily, so if you just do the assignments, you'll have an A in the class.
I thought Prof. Feramisco genuinely tried to connect with students and often asked us about updates on our lives during remote learning. We even had a "bring your pet to class day" where you could show your pet on camera, which was a wholesome moment in the class. Totally recommend this class!

(Spring Quarter 2020)
COMM ST 1
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Principles of Oral Communication See Full Profile

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COMM 148
Integrated Marketing Communications See Full Profile

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COMM 148
Integrated Marketing Communications See Full Profile

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COMM ST 148
Integrated Marketing Communications See Full Profile

Overall 5.0 Easiness 5.0 Workload 4.5 Clarity 4.5 Helpfulness 4.5

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Super easy A, going to lecture isn’t required and all test questions are found in the textbook. Both the midterm and the final were pretty much exactly the same as the study guides she posts on CCLE. As long as you get a good group for the final project (16 page paper, but double spaced and in groups of 5 so it’s super easy) this class is a breeze

(Winter Quarter 2019)
COMM 191E
Variable Topics Research Seminars: Practicum: Writing on Deadline See Full Profile

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