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Speaking in Public Notes I. Public Speaking & Conversation A. Similarities 1. Organizing thoughts logically 2.Tailoring message to audience 3. Telling story for max. impact 4. Adapting to feedback B. Differences 1. Public Speaking more highly structured 2. Public Speaking requires more formal speaking 3. Public Speaking requires different method of delivery C. Speaker Communication Process 1. Speaker 2. Message 3. Channel 4. Listener 5. Feedback 6. Inteference 7. Situation D. Rhetoric 1. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream Speech” 2. Abraham Lincoln’s “Gettysburg Address” 3. Winston Churchill saw the bad rise of Hitler; everyone else though he was making a positive change, “We will Never Surrender” 4. John F. Kennedy: 1961 Inauguration, “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country” E. Noise 1. External 2. Internal 3. Semantic F. Frame of Reference 1. Sum of person’s knowledge, experience, goals, values, attitudes
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Everything said is filtered through listener’s frame of reference 3. No two people have same frame of reference G. Stage Fright 1. Anxiety over prospect of speaking in front of audience a. Trait: introvert, the way you were raised b. Situational: something traumatic happens to you and affects the way you are in the same setting. 2. Reducing Speech Anxiety a. Acquire experience b. Use power of Visualization c. Knows that most nervousness is not visible d. Don’t expect perfection e. Prepare, prepare, prepare f. Think positively II. Positive Nervousness A. Controlled nervousness that helps energize speaker for presentation IV. Critical Thinking A. Focused, organized thinking B. Relationships among ideas C. Sounds of evidence D. Differences between fact, opinion E. Ask questions, don’t take things at face value...
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