Guide to Public Speaking
Guide to Public Speaking COMM 1071
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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Lex McLaughlin on Thursday February 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to COMM 1071 at The University of Cincinnati taught by Professor Ingham in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Public Speech in Journalism and Mass Communications at The University of Cincinnati.
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Date Created: 02/25/16
Alex McLaughlin Week 7 Notes Introduction to Public Speaking 022 Professor Ingham February 25 2016 Weekly Agenda This week my class and I have covered chapters 8 and 13 If anyone has questions regarding future material feel free to email me livingamiba95 yahoo com 0r lexmclaughlin53yahoocom I prefer to be texted than called if interested in my personal phone inbox me at those two disposed locations above Course Information 3 credit course Monday Wednesday Friday 1115 AM The University of Cincinnati Uptown Chapter 8 Using Language Successfully Pages 21624 Summary 0 What makes Language so important Meaning Culture Power Having a successful distribution in both being able to accentuate meaning and culture power will remain significant to the candidate 0 HOW do you make Language effective Becoming correct in the resources and research clear in diction and confidence both physically and emotionally specifying to convey your and distinct meaning appropriate formally or informally to and oral style to exert your concise and precise statements not necessarily verbatim but 0 Making you Language distinctive Language is important because it s immensely endeavored in our society no matter What state or providence you live in the elements are comprised Within daily derogative and are all used in narratives research and synopses particularly in an informative speech Making you Language distinctive depends on the visuals the audience the general purpose thesisconclusion setting Essential terms to know in this chapter Denotative various authentic meanings of a noun verb or adjective Connotative the emotions and associations With the words that give meaning Irony salient in Literature prominent in symbolism or morals of a speech Consistency of words or phrases to emphasize that specific virtue during your presentation
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