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Zeeshan Zahid 06/01/2011 Spch. 275 Delivery Activity I noticed that there are quite a number of differences between the television drama and television comedy. I would first like to start off with the visual aspect of each. The speaker in each differs based on what type of clothing they are wearing. In the drama, the speaker has a business casual look with colors that don’t stand out. With the comedy, the speaker is wearing more colorful colors and they are more relaxed. The colors make the person stand out and add to the character. The next thing I noticed was the hand gestures and body movement of each television show. I notice that with the drama, the person speaking is not too versatile in regards to movement. The speaker tends to stay more in one place and talk. As for the comedy, the speaker seems to use a
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Unformatted text preview: lot more gestures. The hands of the person are all over the place and the facial expressions seem to constantly change. The facial expressions differ from each because the drama expressions tend to be a bit serious and the comedy expressions are filled with more laughter. In conclusion, I did not notice that these two television shows could differ so much. They are pretty much the exact opposite of each other when you are watching them with the sound off. I believe that the reason they are different is because the speaker of each is trying to give a different message. Based on the message that is given, the speakers have visually adjusted themselves to match what type of message they are trying to get across....
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