COMM 210 Large Lecture, First Class Notes
COMM 210 Large Lecture, First Class Notes COMM 210
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kinsey Sturgeon on Tuesday January 19, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to COMM 210 at Ball State University taught by Denker in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see Fundamentals of Public Communication in Communication Studies at Ball State University.
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Date Created: 01/19/16
January 11, 2016 Does public speaking matter? o Work place o Communicating in groups o Interpersonal communication Medium o Social networks Group chat IG Snapchat Twitter Yik Yak o Marshall McLuhan—The Medium is the Message Aristotle—rhetoric o The art of speaking or writing effectively Remember good and bad speeches Need for class o Textbook and workbook Workbook Pink – policies Yellow – schedule Marigold – course assignments Green – speech tools Blue – activities White – grade sheets Textbook Why this one? o Steven E. Lucas—The Art of Public Speaking $50 to rent, $140 to buy No workbook o Email address o Blackboard Addendums by section Download and read Course content Guided note taking o iClicker Why? Higher learning / higher exam scores o Check understanding o See how you’re doing More engagement o Active o Fun Use Tips Replace all batteries o Don’t use Duracell o Don’t use rechargeable batteries Register by 1/27 2 Changing frequencies? On the back Don’t submerge your clicker in liquid Email firstname.lastname@example.org with iClicker questions Doing well? o What is multi tasking? Two things Two different brain centers Rapid task switching – avoid Two similar things Message reception is impacted o Guided notetaking o Twitter BSUComm210 o How to earn an A Don’t procrastinate Rehearse your speeches Attend large lectures Use the exam reviews Give yourself enough time to find a topic and write your speech Grades o Lectures are worth 5 points 55 total points for semester 75% of lecture questions Lab attendance/grades 3 o On speech days – Expectations for audiences Absences are 20-point losses 4
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