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background image CALS 183 Midterm Study Guide  (50 multiple choice questions)  Lecture outlines  o Lecture 1 Welcome to the class Attendance introductions  TED talk by Ric Elias The single most important thing to do in preparing to 
speak: Practice in front of others and get feedback!
Dramatic Reading Example/critique sheet  Speaking Posture Must knows: your subject, your audience The secrets of great public speaking: Chris Anderson, TED 
originator
. o Lecture 2 The single most important thing to do in preparing to 
speak: Practice in front of others and get feedback!
Dramatic Reading Critique sheet     Informational Presentation Critique sheet     Revisit TED Talk by Ric Elias Critique "Tsunami" informational speech Critique "Eating with your Hands" speech o Lecture 3 The single most important thing to do in preparing to 
speak: Practice in front of others and get feedback!
Informational Presentation Critique sheet     Critique "Tsunami" informational speech Critique "Eating with your Hands" speech Discussion of Reflection Folder instructions from Syllabus Critique "Amy Cuddy's Talk on Body Language" o Lecture 4 Quiz on Present Yourself! o Lecture 5 Info and Persuasive Presentations suggested order of 
things to do:
1. Mind Map first draft 2. Research your topic 3. Detailed Outline 4. Mind Map second draft 5. Presentation outline (big font, one sheet)
background image 6. Practice at least three times in front of friends and 
get feedback
7. GIVE YOUR PRESENTATION 8. View your presentation, read peer evaluations, 
reflect
9. Write your reflection paper 10. Assemble your reflection folder Reflection Folder Checklist     folder is due at the beginning of  lab the following week Example of the Contents of the Reflection Folder. Group Critical Analysis Presentation Details: Symposium Format.  It is critical that you: o Know the contact information for your group  members o Decide on a topic to find two ARTICLES on  either sides of the issue o Decide who in the group will be Moderator, and who will analyze each of the two articles. o Practice in front of others & get feedback View: Banning Harry Potter Persuasive Presentations - critical differences from 
Informational
Homework Assignment - View: Amy Cuddy's Talk on Body Language o Lecture 6 Review Persuasive Presentations Show “Washing Hands” The Greatest Speech of the Twentieth Century: Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" Speech Analysis of the Martin Luther King speech: Nancy Duarte o Lecture 7 Quick Review of Persuasive Presentations Formal Introductions o Lecture 8 Formal introductions o Lecture 9  Finish Formal Introductions TED Talk: The Secrets of Great Public Speaking, Chris 
Anderson TED Originator
TED Talk: My Stroke of Insight, Jill Bolte Taylor The power of a personal story Attendance speech: Your Name, Scariest moment of 2015 
background image Group presentation forms  1. Symposium
A) Consists of a moderator and several speakers
B) The moderator introduces the topic and the speakers
C) Each speaker delivers a carefully 
prepared and coordinated speech on a  different aspect of the topic: 1. For example, each describes a stage of the group's progress, or
 2. Each speaker reports on a major issue of the topic
2. Panel
A) Consists of team members informally discussing the problem or topic in 
front of the audience
B) No formal prepared speeches
C) Guided by a coordinator or moderator who:
1. Focuses audience attention
2. Introduces and clarifies the topic
3. Introduces the members of the panel
4. Guides members around any problems
5. Summarizes the panel's final results
6. Concludes the event
3. Forum
A) Open audience participation using a moderator.
B) Moderator sets the ground rules and facilitates the discussion by:
1. Stimulating the group by posing provocative questions or presenting
challenging ideas.
2. Using speakers to keep comments brief/or expand on a point
3. Recognizing various viewpoints and making sure they are heard
C) A Forum often follows a Symposium or Panel Propaganda Techniques 1.     NAME CALLING     or     STEREOTYPING:  Giving a person or an idea a  bad label by using an easy to remember pejorative name.  This is used 
to make us reject and condemn a person or idea without examining 
what the label really means.  
o Examples: "Republican", "Tree-Hugger", "Nazi", "Liberal",  "Environmentalist", "Special-Interest Group" 2.     VIRTUE WORDS     or     GLITTERING GENERALITY: These words are  used to dupe us into accepting and approving of things without 
examining the evidence carefully.
o Examples: "Natural", "Democratic", "Sustainable", "Organic",  "Scientific", "Healthy", "Ecological" o A special case of this would be GREEN WASHING - making 

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School: University of Vermont
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Course: Communication Methods
Professor: Jonathan Leonard
Term: Fall 2016
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Name: CALS 183 Midterm Study Guide
Description: Hi all! This is a study guide of all the topics Dr. L said would be on the midterm :)
Uploaded: 11/14/2016
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