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10/6 lecture notes

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10/6 lecture notes CALS 183

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Communication Methods
Jonathan G. Leonard
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by HD on Monday October 10, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CALS 183 at University of Vermont taught by Jonathan G. Leonard in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views.


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Date Created: 10/10/16
10/6/16  Group presentations next o Main objective  Critical thinking exercise o Choose controversial topic o Find 2 articles  One for  One against o #6 on syllabus for more info o 12-15 minutes o Symposium presentation format  Moderator and several speakers  Moderator tells audience what the other members will do and introduces the topic o Critical analysis of an article  Point  Evidence  World view  Reliability  Persuasiveness  Propaganda techniques  Your take (the group’s take) o No reflection for group presentation  Outside speech paper o 4-6 pages o One peer edited o One final paper  Persuasive speech o Objective  Change the audience’s behavior  “after my presentation you will ____” o Use of mental dialogue  You anticipate the audience’s objections and address them as part of your talk  “I know you might be thinking…” o 7-9 minutes long  Introduction Speech in lecture o 2-3 minutes o Name o Family background  Parents and siblings o Where you grew up/culture o Why did you come to UVM? o Major o Outside interests o Plans after UVM o Something nobody in the room knows about you


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