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Date Created: 10/25/15
COM 100 Lect 11 Intros and Conclusions Supporting Materials Opinions 0 1 Expert opinions 0 an expert in that field 0 2 Lay opinions o someone who isn t an expert 0 often helps connect with the audience 0 3 Literary quotes 0 directly from booksmagazines etc Transitions 0 Take time on planning your transitions 0 Can make or break a good speech 0 Good transitions make your speech sound well planned out and not choppy Speaking Outline 0 rearview mirror 0 just to glance at Deivery 0 Don t be afraid to move around your room 0 Do what s comfortable for you 0 Don t stare at your notesoutline or one place in the audience too long 0 Be relaxed and comfortable uhm 0 Don t think about it during your speech ntroductions 0 Connect with the audience 0 Capture their attention and don t lose it o Expose them to the topic 0 Establish credibility 0 Preview the central idea 0 Should be well practiced Conclusions 0 Restate the central idea 0 People sometimes forget why you are talking 0 Maybe summarize your points 0 Especially in longer speeches DO NOT introduce new main points Leave a lasting impression 0 Some people connect their introduction and conclusion 0 For example open with part of a story and finish the story in the conclusion nternal Summaries 0 Mini summary transitions Types of Speeches 0 Informative speeches OO o 1 Clarity can we follow it is it understandable o 2 Interesting o 3 Memorable o Persuasive speaking 0 Not threatening coersive etc 0 Just trying to show why your point is better 0 4 methods 1 Dissonance discomfort Something that makes you feel uncomfortable because it is against your beliefs 0 Make sure you give a way to rectify the situation 2Needs If the bottom isn t fulfilled then the ones above it don t really matter 2more o selftranscendence spiritual needs deeper purposemeaning something bigger than you 0 reduce uncertainty 3Fear It does work 0 The speaker must be credible The threat must be eminent and real 0 Must threaten something the audience loves 4 Positive Appeal 0 If you do something good will happen