Intro to public speaking and listening
Intro to public speaking and listening Comm 101
Ivy Tech Community College
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A 10215 Chapter One Into to Public Speaking a Public speaking gt Effective communication i Personal ii Professional iii Public Transferable skills skills that work in the real world i Bquscon dence ii Better listener iii More adaptive to an audience IV Research skills v Organization vi Presentation Levels of Communication i Sender and receiver one person Intrapersonal ii Two people interpersonal iii ThreeFifteen people droub communication iv To an audience public v Broadcasted mass 1 Example A broadcast is cut out It is now only public communication however the sender still thinks it is mass 2 Example One of three cameras in a broadcast stops working It is still mass communication Elements of communication Encoding sender creates message ii Decoding receiver breaks message apart iii Channel how the message is sent 1 Verbal the channel is air iv Environment where you are communicating v Feedback a response to the message vi Active one talking vii lnteractive back and forth conversation viii Transactive talk at the same time Noise i Physical comes from the environment ii Physiological usually from being sick iii Psychological emotions in the way iv Semantic words in the way like slang and profanity v Factual to much info Context of communication i Physical where you are distance time ii Social what event relationship iii Historical past communication iv Psychological mood v Cultural Characteristics of communication inevitable irreversible unrepeatable Chapter three listening a Listening vs Hearing II III IV Intermittent we must decide vs continuous Learned skill vs natural skill Active activity vs passive activity Implies message has been received vs no way to know if message was received Listening process II III IV V VI Receive a message Select important parts Interpret Understand Evaluate Resolve Obstacles to effective listening II III IV V VI VII VIII Noise Conversational narcissism Competitive interrupting Glazing over Pseudo listening Over listening Ambushing Content Better listening II III IV V VI VII VIII Have a desire to listen Focus on the message Main ideas Listen critically Withhold judgement Try to see things from the speakers viewpoint Listen with whole body Give constructive feedback