Lec1_9_3_28_07_Presentation - Scary Stuff According to most...

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Scary Stuff Scary Stuff “According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two. Does this seem right? This means that to the average person, if you have to go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.” -Jerry Seinfeld
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Picking a speech topic Picking a speech topic Should be meaningful and important to audience Should be important and interesting to you Should be tailored to your audience Should be something you already know something about Should be limited Should be appropriate for time, place and occasion
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A Tip for Success in A Tip for Success in Public Speaking Public Speaking Intro: Tell them what you are going to tell them Body: Tell them Conclusion:Tell them what you told them!!!!
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Functions of an Intro Functions of an Intro Get attention Get attention Preview topic Preview topic Establish credibility Establish credibility State purpose State purpose Preview main points Preview main points Define unclear terms Define unclear terms
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Conclusion Conclusion Summarize Restate purpose Natural ending/final appeal
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Notecards Example Notecards Example Here is what Julia Panke’s speaking outline/note cards might have looked like: First Card (Intro) A. Imagine……(question to get attention) B. Credibility….my experience…. C. Purpose: How to break a board by using a Hammer Fist *Know body *Know target *Focus Properly
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Notecards Example (cont) Notecards Example (cont) Third Card Target How to hold board Follow thru Second card Know Body Show fist Balance Body….Rubber band example to show force
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Fifth card Conclusion Effort and practice You too can learn to break board by focusing on three Notecards Example (cont) Notecards Example (cont) Fourth card Focus Breathe Kia Twist and breathe out DO DEMO
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General Tips General Tips Be conversational/extemporaneous Organization Practice Keep to the time frame Tell us your personal experience State your purpose and keep it narrow
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General Tips (cont) General Tips (cont) Make sure audience can see visuals Gestures Projection and vocal variety Use of floor space Smile….be personable
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Aristotle Aristotle AUDIENCE ANALYSIS INVENTION ARRANGEMENT STYLE DELIVERY MEMORY LOGOS PATHOS ETHOS
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Audience analysis and speech Audience analysis and speech context context The Physical Situation: room size, seating arrangement, acoustics, equipment, time of day Demographics : audience characteristics. Occasion: why has audience come? Audience Psychographics: audience values beliefs and behaviors audience attitude toward topic audience attitude toward speaker
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Aristotle Aristotle LOGOS ETHOS BORING BORING GOOD GOOD SPEECH SPEECH PATHOS NOT NOT CREDIBLE CREDIBLE MEANINGLESS MEANINGLESS Steven Choi Steven Choi Comm201 student Comm201 student
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General Purposes for speaking General Purposes for speaking To inform To persuade To entertain
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2009 for the course COMM 2010 taught by Professor Berggren,k. during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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