COM 101 Exam 1
Why study communication?
Maintain healthy relationships, help managing conflict, helpful in a variety of
Define and differentiate the three models of communication: linear, interactive and
COM 101: Introduction to Communication
T 6:30 9:20 p.m.
Instructor: Kerry Harger, M.A.
Office: Moore 355
Office Phone: 989-774-3602
Office Hours: Monday & Wednesday 12:15 1 p.m.,
True or False
1. Attendance is taken on Wednesdays only.
2. You must earn a C or better to get credit for this
3. We have 6 speeches in this class.
4. Plagiarizing is acceptable when its Sunday night
and you still have an outline to write.
Chp. 8: Small Group
E. Group Talk
II. Small Group
III. Conflict Management
Chp. 13: Persuasive
A. Questions of Policy
B. Questions of Value
C. Questions of Fact
A. Provide Sufficiency of
B. Ask for a Suspended Judgme
Chp. 3: Verbal
I. Inclusive Language
III. Cooperating in Conversations
A. Quality Maxim
B. Quantity Maxim
C. Relevance Maxim
D. Manner Maxim
IV. Designing Verbal Messages
Chapter 10: Communication
and New Media
New Media Theory
5. Always Involving
Miss Teen USA 2007 clip
Whats wrong with her speech?
-Doesnt make a point
Chili Peppers Speech
Whats right with his speech?
What is the difference between the two speeches?
Types of Organizational Patt
Questions about speech order
Go over requirements for speeches (pg. 69)
Bring evaluation form to class day of speech
Outlines due Friday
Explain safe assign
Go over objectives:
-vocab words (2)
-types of presentations/deliv
Chapter 5: Listening
Whats the difference between hearing
II. Types of Listening (5)
III. Problems with Listening (6)
A. Situational Distractions
B. Source Dist
A. Attention Getter:
B. Reason to Listen:
C. Thesis Statement:
D. Preview of Main Points:
A. Review of Main Points:
B. Restate Thesis:
Methods of Delivery/Types
1. Manuscript: (reading from a
2. Memorized (from memory)
3. Impromptu (little or no
4. Extemporaneous (uses a keyword outline)
Mediated (viewed using
Chapter 2: Perception, Self, and
I. Define Perception
II. Aspects of Perception
4. Interpersonal Constructs
1. Selective Perception
Dr. Wendy Papa
Toilet Training a Cat
To explain the importance of toilet training a cat and present the six necessary
Toilet training a cat is bene
Chapter 12: Researching Your Topic
A. Using someone elses language, ideas, etc. without acknowledging its
B. It is a very serious act that is unacceptable in academic environments.
Building Credibility by use of the Rhet
Chapter 2: Perception, self, and communication
Students Will Be Able To.
1. Define Perception
2. Explain Schemas
3. Differentiate between self-image and self-esteem
4. Compare and contrast the 4 types of selection
Instructor Supplement Material
Organizational Patterns: helps you define the important points of your presentation
and keep the audience on track
Chronological: first to last,
Topical: according to subject
Spatial: by location
Cause and Effect
Artifact Speech Outline
Dr. Wendy Papa
Notable American chef, Julia Child once prescribed:
"Learn how to cook - try new recipes, learn from your
mistakes, be fearless and above all have fu
I facilitated two activities (original and supplemented) for each Chapter 1 and
Chapter 13. Chapter 1 focused on introducing communication and Chapter 13 focused on
organizing a speech. I also lectured on Chapte
Type of Activity:
Chapter 12 activity
To learn more about Aristotle's Appeals (ethos, pathos, and
logos) and the logical fallacies discussed in Chapter 12.
At the end of the activity participants will.
Digital Code: verbal
Analog code: non-verbal
What is verbal communication?
involves the use of language
what is language?
system of words represented by symbols, used for a common purpose by a group of
What are symbols?
Question of Policy: change to an existing law, plan, policy or creating a new
Questions of Value: relative merits of a position
Questions of Fact: truth of a fact
Example: illustrates a general rule
8/18/2014 Chapter 8: Small Group Communication
Students will be able to
1. Explain the 6 characteristics of small group communication.
2. List the 3 advantages and 3 disadvantages of small group work.
3. Describe the 5 small group
1. Students will be able to explain the benefits of studying communication.
2. Students will be able to identify and explain each of the 5 parts of the
definition of communication.
3. Students will be able to match various intr
Most popular sound effects
Top 10 worst infomercials
Sheldon teaches penny physics
Its not about the nail
Stress homework (Roommate looking for empathetic listening about
boyfriend/girlfriend when your outline is due at 11:59 and its 11:30.)