COMM-130, Week 6 Notes
COMM-130, Week 6 Notes Comm 130
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Date Created: 10/02/16
COMM130: Essentials of Public Speaking Informative Speech Lecture Notes Informative Speech: Purpose: to inform your audience. You may explain something, how to do something, how something occurs, etc… Additional requirements: Sources: not dictionaries or encyclopedias Visual Aids: the use of visual aid is required for this assignment (NEVER TURN YOUR BACK FROM THE AUDIENCE!!!) Outline: Typed Topics: Events, Idea’s religion, freedom, sexuality, Processes Photosynthesis, people Beyoncé, places Croatia, Mexico, Las Vegas, etc.… You can use PowerPoint but no more than 4 slides Objective: your speech should only be about what your informing with a little bit of personal experiences PLEASE have an attention getter, transitions, and good conclusion Reduce verbal clutter, pacing, and don’t point out your mistakes What is a Bad Speech: A bad speech is saying UM!!! Not making eye contact Letting your nerves show by biting your nails, swirling your hair, It’s a CRINGE worthily Speech Stating opinion way too much, making the speech not informative Incorrect Information (ex: California was the first state to legalize marijuana/weed) Being Biased PowerPoint: Key words, statements, pictures and etc.… Good Speeches: Great Eye contact, connecting with the audience Attention getter introduction and Preview statement, and a credible statement for why you’re talking about your topic (have an experience with your topic) not biased Thesis Stating Quotes and supplying the cited source or credibility If you mess up continue on as if nothing happened Related to personal experiences Historical speech’s in Chronological order NOT AN ESSAY JUST AN OUTLINE!!! Impromptu speech: say the 3 topics your talking about, what you’re going to do, Introduction, conclusion, transitions’ of who, what, where, when. Organization needs to be to the T. 2
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