Public Speaking, Week 5 Lecture Notes
Public Speaking, Week 5 Lecture Notes COMM 2613
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Public Speaking Lecture Notes, Week 5 2/16: Chapter 7/APA Format Notes Things you should do: ◦ read directions ◦ look at the example/rubric ◦ meet the source requirements ◦ if you have a question, ask the professor ◦ don’t wait until the night before ◦ check APA citations ◦ Proofread ◦ Visit the communications lab • Thesis statement ◦ taking a position on your topic concerning the communicative act involved ◦ i.e. The social media website Pinterest has created new ways to approach traditional methods of persuasion. • Style and grammar ◦ be consistent in past or present tense, don’t use conjunctions ◦ remain professional • **APA Quiz ◦ no more than 10% should be direct quotes ◦ In-text citations For paraphrased material: 1 1 author: (Last name, year) 2 2 authors: (Last & Last, year) 3 3-5 authors: 1 1st citation: (Last name(s), year) 2 After 1st citation: (1st last name et al.) 4 6+ authors: all citations: (1st last name et al., year) ◦ the year will always follow the author’s last name, and the page number will always follow the quotation For quoted material: 1 Same format except add the page number to the end. 2 - “I love APA style.” (Van Gilder, 2013, p. 23) 3 - Van Gilder (2013) explained “I love APA style.” (p. 23). • The Reference Page ◦ Alphabetical order by last name ◦ Journal articles and the DOI ◦ Books ◦ Look at the resources on Moodle or Purdue Owl • FOR THE QUIZ: • In-text citations: find errors and explain errors (same with reference list citation) ◦ Know how to cite a book and a peer-reviewed journal article ◦ 10% quotations, how to cite them ◦ reference list: also include first initial ◦ Title of the article is in sentence case 2/18 Ch 7: Supporting Your Ideas • Supporting your ideas through facts, definitions, examples, statistics, and testimony. • Facts: ◦ can be verified as true or false ◦ validate via multiple sources ◦ facts can be “twisted” or “loaded" • Definitions: ◦ used to clarify: concepts technical terms acronyms ◦ can be straightforward, persuasive, or challenging • Examples ◦ actual - something that can be verified ◦ hypothetical - can be very powerful, but should be obviously hypothetical ◦ narrative - from literature, or your very own story; gets people emotionally invested ◦ thinking critically - choose ones that can’t be challenged by critical listeners • Statistics: ◦ provides precise info, can demonstrate relationships, emphasis points ◦ (but they are easily manipulated) • correlation v. causation: two sets of data correlate from two different time periods and they form an opinion based off of that ◦ the only time you can make a causal claim is in a highly controlled environment • Testimony ◦ types: personal - from your firsthand knowledge ◦ lay - peer - an ordinary person bearing witness to some experience ◦ expert - ◦ prestige - high profile activities as example (i.e. celebrity testimony)
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