Comm 210 Notes (large lecture)
Comm 210 Notes (large lecture) COMM 210
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frequency AA for the clicker 306 Letterman building 2851965 kidenkerbsuedu Monday 24pm by appointment How to get an A Don t procrastinate Rehearse your speeches Attend the large lecture Use the exam reviews blackboard Give yourself enough time to find a topic and write your speech U PPONT Need for class 1 Textbook and workbook 2 Email 3 Blackboard 4 iClicker a Don t use duracell batteries or rechargeable batteries b Register clicker by september 9 on blackboard c comm210bsuedu for iClicker questions the medium is the message Marshall McLuhan The way you deliver your message impacts your message rhetoric the study of writing or speaking as a means of communication or persuasion multitasking two actions requiring two different brain centers rapid task switching two similar actions when message reception is impacted Communication Apprehension a broadbased fear or anxiety associated with either real or anticipated communication with another person or persons 0 Fourtypes of CA 0 Traitlike l naturally shy people 0 Contextbased O O l interpersonal l meetings I groups I public communication Audiencebased Situational l job interview 0 Different reactions to CA 0 O O O O B l Behavior 0 a response related to skill set A l Affect Q moods O I am terrified S I Sensations Q feelings of pain tension nausea etc I l Imagery 0 negative pictures we create of not doing well C I Cognition 0 negative or irrational thoughts of not doing well S l Stress Q Focused treatments 0 GOOD 0 0 Cognitive restructuring l coping statements Systematic desensitization l slow exposure Visualization l mental rehearsal script Physical exercise and stress reduction Interpersonal support Skills training Deep abdominal breathing 0 Tip for Dealing with CA focus on your breathing 0 Anxiety can be useful 0 Wasssmer s Making Contact 0 GOOD 8 O F Smile Open body position Forward Lean Touch Eye contact 0 remember to blink Nod 0 shows we are paying attention 0 shows agreement How to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich 1 Gather supplies a Knife b 2pieces of bread C jelly d peanutbu er 2 Open peanut butter and using knife spread it across one side of one piece of bread 3 Open the jelly and using knife spread it across one side of the other piece of bread 4 Put the pieces of bread together with the peanut butter and jelly faces touching 5 Close the peanut butter and jelly jars and put them away Put the knife in the sink 6 Eat Types of informative speeches Q Topical order Chronological order Causal order 0 Primacy O Recency 0 Events 0 Chronological order 0 Spatial order 0 Topical Order 0 Objects O O 0 Procedures 0 Chronological order Challenge 0 Focus 0 Timing 0 Pace 0 Relevance Constructing the body 0 parallel words and mnemonic devices 0 Internal previews and summaries 0 Good argument ACES the speeches O Argue O Cite 0 Evidence 0 State again Four principles of informative speaking O Simplicity 0 Interest 0 Clarity O Credibility Recreate list General tso s sauce Bananas Raspberries Avocado Simplicity 0 Complex speeches are not the most interesting speeches 0 groups 0 relationships 0 paireddown lists 0 Number of main points 0 25 main points Interest Benefits Motivate Excitement Clarity 0 Audience Analysis 0 Words l Technical terms I Definitions 0 References 0 Supporting material 0 Visual aids Credibility Competence Trustworthiness Dynamism iClicker 1 What organizational pattern would you use when giving a speech about crocs A Topical a order on key concepts B Spatial a layout moving from left to right C Chronological a move forwardbackward in time D Causal a Causeeffect organization i Answer is A topical iClicker 2 Why should you make sure your speech relates to the audience A Simplicity B Interest C Clarity D Credibility a Answer is B interest Memory Beginning and Ending Your Presentation 1 cactus cactus 2 pyramid triplicate 3 horizon pyramid 4 spin polyandry 5 no no 6 soda extrude 7 speculation spin 8 very wallop 9 like horizon 10 rhinoplasty bookstore 11 condom condom 12 very 13 rhinoplasty 14 picture 15 however 16 soda 17 speculation 18 def leppard 19 like 20 fish What did you remember 0 We remember what is at the start 0 Primacy Q We remember what is at the end 0 Recency Think back to your last night out 0 What are the worst pickup Iines you ve heard 0 Are you into pokemon because I want to pikachu peekatchu l Introductions are pickup lines for speeches Did you grab our interest What is the importance of the intro and the conclusion 0 It is what the audience remembers from your speech 0 It is the pickup line for your audience and creates interest in your topic Objectives of the Introduction 20 Q l 0 Interest l Why they care 0 N 0 Need I Why they need to know 0 T 0 Topic 0 R 0 Reliability l credibility O O 0 Overview iClicker 3 What would you use in your introduction A Use statistics B Use a shocking story C Use a quotation D Tell a personal story For the Introduction 0 Be succinct Q Adapt to the event 0 Respect expectations 0 Avoid weakness Objectives of the Conclusion 5 0 D O Direction l Focus back we are wrapping up 0 In conclusion 0 O 0 Overview 0 N 0 Need I Why this is relevant I How this impacts their lives O Excitement l Bring back a personal narrative or other descnp ons Q It is important to recognize the difference between opinion and fact 0 Arguments are based on facts 0 it is important to articulate the difference when stating 0 Facts are supported by science 0 Opinions are just things that we think or believe and can argue with no tangible evidence 0 5 cannons invention 0 Supporting material answers the questions your audience has during your speech 0 Why should I trust you O Says who 0 Why does this matter 0 Functions of support 0 Understand l Supporting material offers better understanding 0 Remember I Supporting material makes the speech more memorable 0 Accept l Supporting material makes your points easier for the audience to accept O Enjoyment l Supporting material makes your speech more enjoyable to listen to 0 Using supporting material 0 Balance two competing interests I Brevity l Detail 0 According to the United States Census Bureau 0 The population of the world is 7275065418 Q What if we said 7 billion 0 What if we said over 7 billion 0 Using support will SET you up for a good speech 0 Statistics 0 Examples l Versatile and powerful I Construct concrete understandable persuasive and memorable messages I Real examples I Help in inductive reasoning I Effective examples 0 Relevant 0 On trend 0 Not atypical Q Vivid and specific 0 Identifiable 0 Personal l Types of examples 0 Brief 0 Extended O Anecdote O Parables 0 Real l The power of numbers 0 Testimonies quotes l Expert 0 Key researcher expert on the subject person with the most information as possible 0 Up to date most recent research 0 Avoid extremes find someone who speaks for the common majority O Tells us scientific proof and experience I Laypeer 0 Person on the street 0 Common experience 0 To say people just like you have a similar experience I Prestige 0 P Diddy was a spokesperson for proactiv 0 He is not an expert in dermatology but he is a user of proactive and knows something about it it maintains his sexy
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