Communication Week 2
Communication Week 2 COMM 101
Ivy Tech Community College
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Carmyn L Watkins on Saturday September 3, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to COMM 101 at Ivy Tech Community College taught by Justin Guild in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 12 views.
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Date Created: 09/03/16
Communications 101 Week 2 Note: This is a representation of our lecture; this does not cover the readings you need to do your assignments on your own time. The purpose of these notes is for anyone who has missed class, shown up late, or forgot to take notes. Carmyn Chapter 3 Ethical public speaking= how strong you are, strong communication Dialogue- express yourself with the goal of understanding each other. Dialogue is not a competition. This classroom is a venue in which to express yourself. -need to be open express yourself. -Don’t be afraid to challenge someone or something. Debate- opposite of dialogue, you are not trying to understand each other. It is superior vs inferior. Be honest, this is an informed perspective; do not lie to the audience. Author, Date, and Title CITE SOURCES You may not do any hate speeches. Ethnocentrism- when someone thinks that his or her view of the world is better than everyone else’s. Ethnocentrism is entirely based on perception. Ex. The one religion is better than another. Another example is Hitler and his Aryan race. -Being an audience member is about speaking vs. hearing. In order to communicate listening is the primary motive. -Listen to non-verbal communication -Most issues with communication is a lack of understanding. After a while we watched a video called. Michio Kaku about future civilization. 5 Stages of Listening -selective hearing, one sound from many, hearing -attending, focusing on one sound, organizing the sounds you hear. -Interpret, understanding, assigning meaning to a sound, open to different points of view -remember, recall information from your life -responding to what you hear, smiling, verbal or non-verbal behavior -Seek first to understand, and then be understood. Chapter 4 Topic- something you know about -knowing the general purpose Speak to inform, remember information Seek to influence your audience -Break your speech down into 3 possible main points Thesis- message with a specific purpose Essence of what your trying to communicate Complete sentences, everything else in your outline should be keywords and phrases Not too general, not too specific Main points develop the thesis Intro- topical purpose Includes your preview statement Tells us your 3 main points Body- speech planning is important knowing what you are talking about Less is more Conclusion- review of your main points, thesis again Tell us what you are going to tell us Tell us Tell us what you told us
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