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CDAE 024: Fundamentals of Public Communication: Week 5

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These notes cover public speaking because in class we began to discuss our public speaking project. It goes over the basis and how to impact the audience.
Fundamentals of Public Communication
Dr. Sarah Heiss
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Molly Skrable on Wednesday September 28, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CDAE 024 at University of Vermont taught by Dr. Sarah Heiss in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views. For similar materials see Fundamentals of Public Communication in CDAE, PCOM at University of Vermont.


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Date Created: 09/28/16
CDAE 024 FUNDAMENTALS OF PUBLIC COMMUNICATION WEEK 5 CHAPTER 12: PUBLIC SPEAKING Importance in Public Speaking Five Cannons of Rhetoric - 1. Invention o Topic Selection - 2. Disposition o Organizing Ideas o Outline is an example of formal disposition o Jotting down notes before you answer a question in class is informal disposition - 3. Memory o Mode of memories § Memorized, Extemporaneous (almost memorized, you prepared, but you still have an outline to refer back to), Manuscript (basically reading off manuscript), Impromptu (nothing prepared) - 4. Delivery o Nonverbals o Posture, hand movements, rate, volume, facial expressions o Changing your delivery gets attention - 5. Style o Your language choice o Using metaphors, asking questions, using jargon… Organizing your ideas - Outline o 3 part structure o THESIS: 1 sentence of what you are doing in this speech § Appears in the introduction and the conclusion - INTRODUCTION o Hook o Credibility o Relevance o Thesis o Preview - BODY: argument and evidence o Main Point 1 § Detail § Detail o Main Point 2 § Detail § Detail - CONCLUSION: this is why you listened, and this is what you should do o Review o Thesis o Closure 5 Common Organizational Patterns - Topical o Each point covers a different topic - Time Sequential o Each point moves through time - Spatial Relation - Cause & Effect - Problem Solution o What is the problem? § What is the nature of the problem? § How severe? § How many impacted? § What caused the problem? § Example o What is the solution? § What is being done to address the problem § Who is helping? § What is being done? § Is this strategy helping to alleviate the problem? § Example Passionate Nonverbals to use - Use your voice effectively - Maintain eye contact - Incorporate gestures and facial expressions - Use visual aids o Media is meant to increase understanding o Uses dual coding (the audience hears what you are saying, and sees it through media)


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