COMM 110 Lecture 8
COMM 110 Lecture 8 COMM 110
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Evan Gjesvold on Monday October 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to COMM 110 at North Dakota State University taught by Mark Meister in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 31 views. For similar materials see Fundamentals of Public Speaking in Foreign Language at North Dakota State University.
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Date Created: 10/19/15
COMM 110 10192015 This week in mass lecture 0 Quiz online May as well do today Chapter 11 Persuasive speech the basics o 67 minutes 0 Up to 7 notes cards 0 6 sources one internet 0 Sensory aids required 2 0 Two different PowerPoint slidesone textone graph one phototext NO VIDEO o If using PowerPoint Prezi email to your small group instructor by 8 pm the night before the speech day check with small group instructor for nonelectronic sensory aids o The speech outline due the first speaking day 0 First week of speeches Week 12 Nov 913 I Unless you have a Wednesday small groupveterans day holiday 0 Checklist for first day of speeches I Rub c I Outline with APA reference page I Two peer critique forms I Notecards 0 Speech should follow one of two organizational patterns 0 1Problem solution visualization I First main pint problem 0 An issue indicate your own position 0 Why is it a problem Why does it need to be changed Example too little parking on campus I Second main point solution 0 A call to action 0 How can you solve this problem 0 Example create a parking ramp I Third main point Visualization o How would your audience member s lives be changed if this was implemented 0 Example being able to find a parking spot with no problem avoiding being late to class etc o 2Cause effect solution I First main point cause I What are the reasons a problem exits I Your problem will be described as you list the causes 0 Example Daylight savings time was first initiated to allow farmers to make better use of daylight I Second main point effect consequences 0 Consequences of the problem COMM 110 10192015 0 Example people are tired when we have to spring forward not all states and countries observe it and the original purpose no longer applies I Third main point solution 0 How can this problem be solved 0 Example abolish daylight savings time