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oral communication

noun dissemination, information, message, news, notification, report, revelation, utterance, verbal announcement, verbal annunciation, verbal declaration, verbal disclosure, writing
Associated concepts: defamation, public official, right to privacy, slander
See also: conversation, discourse, parlance, parley, speech
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The research instruments used in the study include The Learning by Design Template and a survey form on the most preferred multimodal oral communication activity.
An increasing number of college faculty who teach oral communication courses do not have a graduate degree in the discipline.
Fourth, pupils need to have ample opportunities to practice quality oral communication skills.
In response to employer needs, many institutes have begun to address the quality and quantity of written and oral communication skill development in their curricula (Eckert and Allen, 1986; Roebuck et al.
EXHIBIT 3 Student Perceptions of Oral Communication Requirements of Occupations 2006 1998 Occupations Rank Mean* Rank Mean* Politician 1 6.
The standing committee believes that the need to prevent the harm outweighs any access issues that may arise if oral communication is not allowed," he wrote.
It is "the leading movement devoted to making effective oral communication a worldwide reality.
Based on structural equation modeling, Large (2005a, b) found evidence of the strong impact of oral communication capability on supplier management performance of German purchasing managers.
Similarly, the JOCT, or "JETRO Oral Communication Test" will become the "Japanese Oral and Communication Test", also keeping the former abbreviation, or "JOCT".
We have a variety of languages and cultures represented in the Bilingual Middleschool and, that, coupled with a classroom emphasis on oral communication helps build the students' confidence in social situations.