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COMM-2200 Speech & Communication [Week 1] Notes

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COMM-2200 Speech & Communication [Week 1] Notes Comm 2200

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Textbook: Lucas, S.E. (2015). The art of public speaking. (12th ed.). Boston: McGraw Hill.
Fundamentals of Communication
Andrew Dix
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Chapter 1, The art of public speaking, public speaking




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Date Created: 02/09/16
Monday January 25, 2016 Dr. Andrew Dix COMM-2200(063) Oral Communication Useful Information:  Bring Grading Rubrics to Class For Informative Speeches  Dress Up For Informative speeches  Extra Credit Opportunity: 20 Points after Spring Break  Desire2Learn, PipelineMT, Chapter 1: Public Speaking I. What is Communication Studies? A. The study of how people use messages to inform, persuade & manage others in a variety of social contexts. II. The Communication Process. A. Speaker – the person who is presenting an oral message to a listener. B. Listener – the person who is receiving a message. C. Message – the words, tone and non-verbal cues people use to convey an internal state D. Channel – medium through which the message flows E. Interference – anything that impedes the delivery of a message 1. External – physical noise which can be heard 2. Internal – psychological chatter F. Feedback – the messages that are sent back and forth between a speaker and a listener G. Situation – Where the interaction between speaker and listener takes place III. Dealing With Nervousness A. Acquire Speaking Experience – practices makes perfect. B. Prepare, prepare, prepare C. Think positively D. Engage in positive visualization – mentally picturing yourself giving a successful speech E. Know that nervousness is not always visible. F. Don’t expect perfection


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