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COM 110 Public Speaking Note Card and Note Use Using notes during a presentation takes time, preparation, and thought. A well presented speech demonstrates a minimal and strategic use of notes. Here are some basics to consider when preparing notes for a speech. For a three point speech use no more than five note cards (one side) for extemporaneous delivery. Extemporaneous delivery calls on you to speak from an outline in order to encourage eye contact and physical interaction with the audience through delivery. Therefore, use one note card for each main point, one note card for your introduction, and one for your conclusion. The note cards for your main points should include the title of the main point, sub- points, pieces of information such as facts, statistics, or quotations that need to be stated word for word, sources for your evidence, transitions to the next point. Do not write on the back of the note cards. People will see the writing and it may become distracting. You should NEVER write a word for word speech out for Extemporaneous delivery.
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course COM 110 taught by Professor Riehl during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.

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