Public Speaking chapter 1-2
Public Speaking chapter 1-2 COMM 101R
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarah Dykstra on Sunday January 17, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to COMM 101R at Old Dominion University taught by ALMA V CALDWELL in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 42 views. For similar materials see Public Speaking in Communication Studies at Old Dominion University.
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Date Created: 01/17/16
January 14, 2016 Public Speaking Chapter 1 IMPORTAN Why are we here? T might be o Empowerment on exam o Gives you power over others who haven’t taken public speaking o Employers look for a person who has taken this class What is Public Speaking? o Similarities to everyday conversations: Focus & Verbalize thoughts Make decisions on your feet Have the audience’s attention Respond to the feedback Adapt to the audiences reaction o Differences (Public Speaking is more): More planned More Formal Language Structure Delivery Clearly Defined Roles The speaker stays the speaker the entire time unlike when talking with friends Larger audience Audience A SKILL! You need to have skill to speak publicly IMPORTANT Goals o Clearly Communicate the Message Should o Make the Message Clear to the Audience know what o Make the Message Believable/ Credible the goals are Chapter 2 Page Nervousness Building Confidence o Knowing the audience How old they are Where you will be speaking January 14, 2016 Ect. o Don’t procrastinate o Select appropriate topic One you’re comfortable with o Be prepared Have everything you need all together Have practiced your speech o Be organized o Know your introduction & conclusion o Breathe Dissipate nervousness o Take a walk o Look for a friendly or familiar face in the audience o While seated with both feet on the ground wiggle your toes
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