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Comm 1500 Lecture, 2nd Set of Notes

by: Evan DePersia

Comm 1500 Lecture, 2nd Set of Notes 81665 - COMM 1500 - 003

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These notes cover Prof. Eddie Smith's Comm 1500 lecture on January 27th, 2016.
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Date Created: 01/15/16
Comm 1500 Lecture 1.27.2016 1  Exam – February 17  th Communication Apprehension  Stage Fright – most common form of communication apprehension o Afraid of failure, want to be successful o Not liking negative attention, liking positive attention o 3 ways stage fright affects you  Mentally – too much material in mind, “blanking” → look away from  audience (look at notes if focusing too much on audience)  Physically – adrenaline → start shaking  Emotionally – begin to doubt yourself and/or your speech o Steps to avoiding stage fright 1. Preparation ­ mental and actual 2. Movement – planned movement, handing out stuff, utilizing the stage   (need to use the adrenaline) 3. Look at the audience a. Empathy – “to feel along with” b. Need to feel audience’s empathy o Audiences “come equipped with a filter”  They tend to see only what they want to see o No big deal  Speech is nothing more than a conversation


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