Delivery - Delivery Planning: Upon completion of this unit,...

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Delivery Planning: Upon completion of this unit, students will be understand the nonverbal elements of delivery, be able to properly utilize those elements in delivery a speech, and understand the importance of delivery to the overall impression of a speech. Preparing: Time allotted: 50 minutes Materials needed: Lecture: 3 nonverbal codes to discuss: vocalics, appearance, gestures Keyword of the day: immediacy Immediacy is the sense of connection between a speaker and an audience, largely constructed by the speaker’s actions, an emotional argument How do we generate immediacy? How can we make the audience feel connected to us? 93% of emotional content of a message is conveyed nonverbally Vocalics—use of voice Volume—how loud are you? Can everyone hear you? Are you too loud? What happens if someone cannot hear you? What do they think of a speaker who is too loud? Pitch—high pitch or low pitch? We tend to get higher pitched as we get nervous, how do we
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course COMS 130 taught by Professor Stutzman during the Fall '05 term at Kansas.

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