Public Speaking chapter 5
Public Speaking chapter 5 COMM 101R
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarah Dykstra on Wednesday February 3, 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 24 views. For similar materials see Public Speaking in Communication Studies at Old Dominion University.
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Date Created: 02/03/16
Tuesday January 26, 2016 Public Speaking Chapter 5 Listening o Why is it important for us as speakers to be good listener Page 35 in book Select the important information Attend to (focus in on the message) Understanding the message Why are they giving the speech Remember Ideas Information provided Responding to React with certain behavior showing that we listened o Facial expression o Going out and doing something o Common Listening Barriers Internal Interference Something that effects what your hearing o Ex: dinner, other work, friends Spare Brain Time Plenty of time to spare in your brain We can take in a lot more words than a person can say Information Overload Received way to much information, and we don’t know what is most important To avoid: don’t use the same information o Ways to Improve Know weaknesses/ Prepare Suspend Judgment AND Be Critical and aware of emotional reaction Be critical of a message. Don’t agree with the speech just because the speaker was adorable and the speech was well written Listen for structure Listen for conjunctions Ask Questions (When Possible) Don’t ask disrespectful questions o Give feedback to others (pg 45) Don’t be disrespectful o Feedback to yourself (pg 46) Record yourself giving the speech and critique
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