Comm Notes Chapter 10
Comm Notes Chapter 10 COMM 1500-005
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Comm Notes Chapter 10 Speech Anxiety & Delivering a Speech ● create an outline Methods of Delivery: **** ● impromptu delivery ○ conversational, energetic, flexible, however no practice, disorganized ● manuscript delivery ○ reading word for word ○ adv. structured, no forgetting ○ dis. no eye contact, no flexibility, sounds monotone ● memorized delivery ○ most prep time ● extemporaneous delivery **** ○ have planned out but not word for word ○ flexible, eye contact, conversational ○ dis hiccups Conversational Tone: ● present so it sounds spontaneous no matter how many times its been rehearsed ● be animated vocal variety & energetic ● talk with notat your audience ● use the word you or your in the 1st sentence ● continue using personal pronouns throughout ○ we, our, or you ● use short simple sentences ● choose simple words Vocal & physical aspects of delivery: * *** Vocal aspects: ● vocal quality ○ overall impressions the voice makes ● intelligibility ○ vocal volume, clarity, pronunciation, articulation, & stress placed ● vocal variety ○ variations in rate, force, & pitch Physical Aspects: ● personal appearance ● body movement audience picks up ○ gestures ○ eyecontact Presentational Aids: ● speech easy to understand/memorable ● enhance speaker’s credibility ● creates audience attention & interest *** ● provide support ● help with delivery ● don’t talk to the aid talk to the audience ● no more than 5 bullets & 5 words across What would be the best way to represent something graphically? *** Be prepared Plan B
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