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Unformatted text preview: them (magic “v”) • Make sure you can see the audience, even if it requires stepping out of the light Public Communications Class Code Of Ethics AUDIENCE • Respectful • Quiet put phones on vibrate • Listen • Don’t talk to others • Return eye contact • Keep laptops closed • No falling asleep • Staggered breaks • Laugh at the jokes SPEAKERS • Don’t be monotone • Don’t apologize for mistakes • Put in an effort • Speak loudly, project • Know your audience, don’t talk down, don’t talk about things they won’t understand, talk about something that will interest the audience or find useful • Be assertive and precise • Respect time, rehearse, and time yourself beforehand • Keep your hands away from your face • Engage the audience by showing your personality...
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- Spring '10
- Debut albums, Audience theory, subtle movement/hand gesture, Public Communication Stance