Public Speaking, Week 3 Lecture Notes
Public Speaking, Week 3 Lecture Notes COMM 2613
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O O O 0 Lecture 2216 Lecture 2416 22 Listening and Speaking in a Democratic Society read Chapter 2 amp 4 Listening is so dif cult because we don t practice we look for shortcuts Multitasking leads to 1 40 drop in productivity 2 increased stress 3 10 avg IQ drop Process of Communication Transaction Model sourcereceiver encodesdecodes feedbackgt message gt sourcereceiver encodesdecodes sourcereceiver encodesdecodes lt message lt feed back sourcereceiver encodesdecodes not just sending out messages speakers and listeners must both be involved speaker encodes in a form through a channel listener decodes interprets responds noise can interfere with messages audience preoccupation speaker delivery audience lter barriers to listening passivity syndrome automatic rejection short attn span stereotyping distractions hearing is natural listening is a learned skill Better Listening be an active listener suspend judgement about the speakers develop notetaking skills listen rst then write resist distractions Types of Listening appreciative listening entertainment empathic listening supportunderstanding informative listening to learn and expand knowledge critical listening where the evaluation of the message becomes important ie writing our selfcritiques Importance of Listening clear connection between listening amp academic success Preparing to Speak Building and Delivering Your Speech form a reasonable argument peerreviewed journal articles 24 introduction of audience analysis assignment you need to know your audience to 1 gain your audience s attention and good will 2 to best appeal to that group audience demographics 1 education gender race amp ethnicity religion disabilities economic status age occupation Attitudes Values amp Beliefs l a learned local evaluation 2 value worth what a person sees 5 right or wrong 3 beliefs can be impossible to verify What types of questions might my audience ask about the topic of my speech What will motivate my audience to listen What can I inform my audience of that they won t already know Informative speech new topic ie current event How to gather information about the Audience 1 send out a survey to the class 2 online research Types of survey questions 1 closed xed choice question 2 scale questions 1 to 5 3 openended if you need more indepth answers
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