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COMM 1101

by: Sadie Barnett

COMM 1101 COMM 1101 - 48 Principles of Speech (20888)

Sadie Barnett
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These notes are an overview of everything in class up to this point. Everything in the notes are covered in the Mid Term exam next week.
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This 19 page Study Guide was uploaded by Sadie Barnett on Friday February 26, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to COMM 1101 - 48 Principles of Speech (20888) at Idaho State University taught by Sharon Sowell in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 64 views. For similar materials see Principles of Speech in Communication Studies at Idaho State University.

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Date Created: 02/26/16
Mid-term Study Guide COMM 1101 Textbook Readings Chapter 1 Public Speaking, a Long Tradition  Public speaking, a long tradition pg 205  Education then and now pg 207  Public speaking and classical education – Sophists pg 208  Formal greek schools pg 209  Cicero and the practice of rhetoric pg 215  Quintilian’s public school pg 217  Contemporary scholars and the speech communication process pg 219  Speech as a force in our lives – Civic engagement pg 224 Chapter 3 Research and Preparation  Research and Preparation pg 250  Topic selection pg 253  Crafting a research question pg 254  Refining your topic pg 256  Information literacy – characteristics of information literacy pg 257  Plagiarism pg 258  Using information pg 260  Finding sources pg 261  Personal correspondence and interviews pg 263  Internet pg 264  Citation guidelines pg 266-273 Chapter 4 Delivery  Delivery pg 277  Verbal elements of delivery – pronunciation and articulation pg 279  Nonverbal elements of delivery pg 281  Vocalics pg 282  Kinesics pg 284  Functions of nonverbal communication in speech pg 286  Modes of delivery pg 288-292 Chapter 5 Presentation Aids  Presentation aids pg 295  Traditional aids pg 297  Technological aids pg 301  Visual communication concepts pg 307  Design principles pg 308  Developing and using presentation aids pg 311  Using presentation aids during speech pg 313 Chapter 9 Informative Speaking  Informative speaking pg 385  Informative speaking overview pg 387  Types of informative speeches pg 388  Speeches about objects pg 388  Speeches about processes pg 390  Speeches about events pg 391  Speeches about concepts pg 393  Goals and strategies for informative speaking pg 394  Strategies for informative speeches about objects/processes pg 397  Strategies for informative speeches about events pg 398  “…” about concepts pg 400  Situations for informative speaking / informative speaking in the business world pg 401  Informative speeches in education/Orientation programs pg 402 Chapter 10 Crafting Informative Speech  Crafting an informative speech pg 405  Informative speech introductions/Attention getter pg 407  Thesis statement pg 409  Establishing credibility pg 410  Previewing the body pg 411  Transitions to the body/When to write the intro/Informative Speech body pg 412  Chronological organization of main points pg 413  Cause and effect organizational pattern pg 414  Problem solution organizational pattern pg 415  Spatial organizational pattern pg 416  Topical organizational pattern pg 418  Connective statements within the body pg 419  Informative speech conclusions/Signposts pg 420  Speech summaries pg 421 Supplemental Readings  Week 1: pp 1, 7, 258-260 o Academic Dishonesty Statement o Why Comm 1101 o Plagiarism  Week 2: pp 11-24 o Interpersonal Communication and Listening Skills Survey o Axioms of Interpersonal Communication o Interpersonal Communication and Perception o Perception Exercise  Week 3: pp 28-42 o Sample Outlines for Informative Speech  Week 4: pp 43-62 o Principles of Outlining o Introductions and Conclusions o Citing your sources  Week 5: pp 59 o Citing your Sources  Week 6: pp 25-27 o Scholarship Program o General Requirements Problem Power Point Lectures on next pages…


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