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Essentials in Public Address

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Essentials in Public Address COM 1010-06

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The notes look at the afterwards of a speech, the Introduction and Conclusion of a Informative Speech, and what must be there.
Essentials of Public Address
Jung-Soo Yi
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alexander Notetaker on Saturday September 17, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to COM 1010-06 at Wright State University taught by Jung-Soo Yi in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see Essentials of Public Address in Communication at Wright State University.

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Date Created: 09/17/16
Notes for Essentials in Public Address 09/13/16 Enter the room after the speaker is done. Noises should not be present during speeches. After speech, people are not scared. Introduction and Conclusion I. Introduction a. Purposes b. Why is an introduction so crucial? c. Strategies d. Suggestions on development e. Some common mistakes II. Conclusion a. Purposes b. Strategies c. Suggestions on making good conclusions d. Some common mistakes 1. “Do not apologize” 2. Blame nobody 3. “New Materials” are not allowed at the end 4. Lingering is not needed Prepare the body first. Save the conclusion for the next part. The intro is last. Look prepared. Impact has to stay true. Informative speeches have five to seven minutes Persuasive speech is six to eight minutes Do not use therefore in the informative speech Too Much Information is not needed


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