First Weeks Notes
First Weeks Notes COMM 110
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Date Created: 10/04/15
COMM 110 1 September 14 2015 This Week 0 Mass Lecture Chapters 3 amp 7 0 Small Group impromptu speeches 0 Online Quiz on chapter 7 Due by 500 pm Friday September 18 May as well do it today 0 Jessica Valenti Thursday sept 17 530 Festival concert hall quotWhy feminism still matters Chapter 3 Choosing a Topic 0 ANYTHING as long as it s interesting 0 Take a personal inventory What do you know about 0 Current events 0 Purpose What will your purpose be impromptu will be informative 0 Inform o Persuade 0 Special occasion 0 TOPIC gt PURPOSE gt THESIS 0 Example TOPIC Iditarod PURPOSE to inform THESIS today I will inform you about the famous Iditarod race 0 THESIS I Clear and complete I Thesis shouldn t be a question I Shouldn t be a duh question don t tell me homelessness Is bad I already know this I One idea not a combo I Also sholdnt contain your three main points I Three main points preview comes after the thesis 0 TOPIC and PURPOSE I Related to invention I Topic can make or break a speech choose a topic you know about then learn more about it I Use ethos pathos and logos o Logos is an appeal to logic 0 Ethos is an appeal to credibility o Pathos is an appeal to emotion 0 Chapter 7 Delivery 0 Modes of delivery I Memorization of verbal and nonverbal aspects of speech words and gestures I Manuscript read from a single long script I Extemporaneous delivered used a key word outline or from a brief set of notes I Impromptu giving a speech without advanced preparation I Question and answer involves impromptu o How does good delivery look I Use eye contact COMM 210 1 September 14 2015 Try to move your eyes in a triangle Reduce text on notecards this reduces tendency to read directly from card I Body language I Voice Use relaxed facial expression Practice gestures if necessary even rehearse Movement try to leave the quotcircle of death 0 Take a step when transitioning from one point to another Physical appearance dress up if it helps you feel more confident Malapropisms mistaking one word for another an articulation error 0 Addition adding an extra sound excape o Deletion leaving out a sound libary goin 0 Substitution git or wrastle o Transposition reversing two sounds professor vs prossefor Rate of speech Pause for effect 0 Don t vocalize pauses quotuuummm II I sooooo Duration draw out words for effect and to add emphasis aaaaaaa Pitch vary your tone of voice to avoid monotony Enunciate pronunciationarticulation Fluencyfluidity Vdume o GENEERAL TIPS FOR DELIVERY Work from a detailed outline to a key word outline to a speaking outline Visualize success Practice at least three times Recordor have it monitored in some way and then adjust 0 Next week Mass lecture chapters 6 amp 10 APA citations 0 Small group informative speech exploration Online quiz informative assignment instructions 0 O O O O O This Week COMM 110 September 21 2015 0 Mass lecture Chapter 6 and 10 APA citations 0 Small group informative speech explanation peer review topic brainstorming assignment for following week workday APA 0 Online Quiz 0 ALSO remember to go to blackboard and print materials for week 5 May as well do this today Outlining and organizing tips Lecture 4 0 Chapter 6 o o Compose the body first use 2 or 3 main points with parallel construction and equal importance Order the main points by chronology spatial relations cause effect topical sequence problem solution or Monroe s motivated sequence attention need satisfaction visualization and action Highly suggested to use one of these methods for organizing ideas Transitions statements that bridge the points internal review this reminds the audience what you just said Outlines are required in this course 0 Indication of importance main point gt sub points gt ordering 0 Division if you divide the topic do so into at least to parts 0 Parallelism use the same grammar and syntax Preparation outline rough draft Formal sentence WILL BE HANDED IN final outline with sentences Key word outline brief outline with cues 0 These are your note cards Elements of an introduction 15 of your time Components attention getter listener relevance speaker credibility thesis preview 0 Attention getter startling statistic question anecdote o Listener Relevance why should the audience be interested 0 Speaker credibility notjust have done research on this topic 0 Chapter 10 Presenting to inform EDUCATE Create information hunger make audience want to learn Help the audience understand the information Help the audience remember the information Help them apply the information Foster audience learning by O 0000 Injecting humor the comical and amusing Employing wit pointing out humorous relationships and similarities that aren t obvious Be aware of varying learning styles and compensate for them 0000 0 COMM 110 September 21 2015 Organize using Primacy placing them main point early or Recency introduce the main point later as appropriate Reward your audience use positive reinforcement when engaging them Defining terms providing a meaning for possibly unknown terms Describing giving perceptions and senses Explaining all about the how and why Demonstrating showing how ex showing audience golf backswing 0 Ethical considerations 1 91quot The quality of your information Citing your sources and quoting accurately Don t mislead your audience Choose a worthwhile topic Select a topic that is helpful and beneficial o APA Resources 1 Next week You can find more info at the Purdue owl or other language website 0 Mass lecture chapters 4 and 5 o Informative speech workday 0 Online quiz COMM 110 9282015 This Week 0 Mass Lecture chapter 4 amp5 0 Small group informative speech workday 0 Online quiz Do today and get out of the way Chapter 4 Audience analysis 0 Why analyze audience 0 Keep their interests in mind so you deliver what they want 0 How to analyze the audience 0 Use conventional wisdom intuition general impressions demographics etc I Gender I Age I Ethnicity I Economic status I Occupation knowing when people I Education I Worldview political affiliation religion etc I Physical characteristics 0 How to determine audience stance on these given categories I Observation talkinglistening I Group identification recognizing groups of people with similar demographics I Interviews talking with someone to determine their stances in a category I Questionnaires asking specific questions about a given topic 0 Analyzing the situation I Check the audience size and adjust appropriately 0 Small audience know names eye contact with most people 0 Large audience can t know names can t look at whole audience 0 Projection lots for large group less for small groups I Checking the physical environment 0 Adapting to things like room temperature and room size 0 Background noise I Occasion 0 Funeral speech vs graduation speech tone 0 Appropriate speech length usually shorter I Time 0 Again shorter is usually better I Importance 0 Don t over play your own role as the speaker 0 Listening as the speaker audience 0 Speaker Noticing the audience s reception of the speech I If they are enjoying it keep going I If they are not enjoying it try to wrap it up 0 Audience COMM 110 9282015 Suspend judgements about speakers Focus on the speaker as a source of information Concentrate your attention on the speaker Listen to the entire message Focus on the values experiences you share with the speaker Focusing on the main ideas Focus on the intent as well as content Beware of your listening intensity Remove or ignore physical distractions 0 Chapter 5 finding information and supporting your ideas Library resources Interviews Next week 0 O O 0 Don t overuse Schedule early and be polite during interview Have a specific purpose and be prepared with questions Personal experience Remember to keep these citations relevant Is the info too personal or too much information Evaluating Sources Clear Grammar sentence structure etc Verifiable other sources concur Competent is the author well equipped to write on the topic Objective is the author ceary biased Relevant does the author s writing relate to your topic Citing resources USE APA STYLE REMEMBER TO USE REFERENCES PAGE NOT WORKS CITED Three places to cite each reference 0 Bibliographic AKA reference page 0 Internal reference in the final outline 0 Oral citation 0 Title type or publication 0 Author 0 Date Supporting ideas 0 Testimonies ay expert celebrity 0 Examples 0 Narratives o Surveys 0 Numbers and statistics 0 Analogies 0 Definitions COMM 110 9282015 Mass lecture exam review Small group informative speeches Online study for exam
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