COMM 210 Large Lecture 4 Notes
COMM 210 Large Lecture 4 Notes COMM 210
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kinsey Sturgeon on Monday February 22, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to COMM 210 at Ball State University taught by Denker in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 25 views. For similar materials see Fundamentals of Public Communication in Communication Studies at Ball State University.
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Date Created: 02/22/16
February 8, 2016 Beginning and Ending Your Presentation List 1. Cactus 2. Triplicate 3. Pyramid 4. Polyandry 5. No 6. Extrude 7. Spin 8. Wallop 9. Horizon 10. Bookstore 11. Condom 12. Very 13. Rhinoplasty 14. Meek mill 15. However 16. Soda 17. Speculation 18. Def Leppard 19. Like 20. Fish What did you remember? o We remember what is at the start Primacy o We remember what is at the end Recency What is the importance of the intro and conclusion? o It is what the audience remembers from your speech o Its is the pick-up line for your audience and creates interest in your topic Objectives of the Introduction o Interest Something to pull the audience in Statistic, quote, etc. o Need Why it matters to the audience o Topic o Reliability Credibility Personal experience Other people also experienced (done research) o Overview For the intro o Be succinct No more than 20% of speech Has to be 5% or more o Adapt to event o Respect expectations o Avoid weakness 2 Overly long Under developed No clear interest statement Objectives of the conclusion o Direction “In conclusion…” etc o Overview o Need o Excitement 3
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