CDAE 024: Fundamentals of Public Communication: Week 5
CDAE 024: Fundamentals of Public Communication: Week 5 CDAE 024
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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)