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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Scottie Yost II on Tuesday October 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to COMM 101 at Longwood University taught by William Stuart in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 9 views. For similar materials see /class/222421/comm-101-longwood-university in Communication Studies at Longwood University.
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Date Created: 10/13/15
New Course ID tucker33292 Arsa Ghazal Comm 100 Ch1 Speaking with Confidence Why Study Public Speaking More comfortable Empowerment opportunity to talk ab out what you want Employment 0 Educate and Entertain Public Speaking amp Conversation Public Speaking planned amp formal Source gt Message gt Channel face to facephoneetc gt Message gt Receiver public Communication as Action Physiological noise sickness headache etc Interaction amp Transaction Communication process better model because of the feedback amp people are always both the source and receiver Always focus on your audience Heritage afPuinC Speaking First teacher of public speaking Aristotle EthosPathosLogos lt good speakerspeech PsDiversity Community is different with cultural differences Look audience in the eye Focus on audience not your anxiety Use note cards instead ofpaper Improve confidence as a speaker Knowledge is power Positive thinking is better We are always in fight or ight mode Don t talk too fast PRACTICE but not too much NewC F0 0 o CON Arsa Ghazal Comm 100 ourse ID tucker3 3 2 92 Day 2 Comm 100 Ch2 No class on Monday Sign up on Course Compass Bloggerscom Ch3 on Wednesday Contact forms due amp PRPSA forms Via course compass Print that one page w the score quot Also Next Friday SPEECH 1 GMU15 in textbook R SPEECH Qu ote Who said it What it means to you CH2 SIDER your AUDIENCE Don t turn informative to persuasive Need a thesis important aspect statement Repeat key points but using different wordings Always consider your audience