Ch 2 & 3 Notes
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Date Created: 09/08/15
CMM 103104H Ch 2 1 Message should be clear 0 Purpose goal for your speech gt What do you want the audience to gain from this Thesis statement of your main idea summarizes the basic point at most is 2 sentences 2 You should establish positive ethos Ethos charactercredibility as a speaker gt Before and during gt Traits attributed to the speaker based on the speech oz Organizing your speech 0 Intro gt Get audience attention gt State thesis gt Preview main ideas 0 Body gt Largest portion of speech gt Supports thesis 0 Conclusion gt Drawing ideas together 0 Restate the thesis oz Outlining your speech Extemporaneous speech rehearsed and organized NOT memorized note cards are used 0 Preparation outline Presentation outline kt Communication apprehension fear of public speaking Anticipation reaction before Confrontation reaction during Ch3 60 Vocal presentation 0 Volume pitch rate pauses articulation pronunciation and in ection o articulation quotdeesequot these quotmakin39quot making 0 enunciation how the whole word sounds kt Body in presentation 0 physical appearance gestures o anticipation leading up to o implementation doing it o relaxation over facial expression eye contact oz Modes of presentation 4 different ways to present a speech Extemporaneous used most often in this class Impromptu Memorized Manuscript
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