Philosophy 1000.3 Clear Thinking.
Time: MWF 9.20-10.30
Instructor: Robert Gorton.
E-mail: [email protected]
Office: MI 4002
Office hours. MWF 8.50-9.20; 1.10-1.40.
Syllabus (Two pages)
In this class we look at reasoning in its various forms, de
1. Major term: things that produce intense gravity.
Minor term: extremely dense objects.
Middle term: neutron stars.
Mood, figure: AAA-3; invalid
2. Major term: insects that should be killed.
Minor term: dragonflies.
Fear is nothing to be afraid of
Did you know the majority of people faced with doing a formal speech or presentation feels some
form of nervousness? Youve likely heard the expression, there is nothing to fear but fear itself.
Sure, easy for someone to say
How to Relax Before You Give Your Presentation
Even the most experienced speakers can become nervous, anxious, or overexcited just before a
presentation. This is not a good thing. When youre nervous, it impacts your body in many ways, including
For each section: Homework must be typed.
1. In your own words please summarize each section. (Do no summarize by giving a chronology).
Present the main point of each section, and the information which helps explain or support the
2. What, if
Ways to Get Over Anxiety Before a Speech
Talking in public is one of the biggest fears for many people. It can come as a physical
symptom (nausea, dizziness, heartburn) or turned up as an intense need to run away.
While there are many things you
APA Reference List : How to Create a Reference List in APA Style by Brian Scott
Additions made from http:/owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/10/
Additional notes created by Vanessa Forcari
Class: Comm 1000
Topic: Teachers should be armed with guns in the classroom.
Central Idea: American teachers should be armed with guns in the classroom to
protect their students from armed intruders.
Audience Analysis Questions Due Friday January 20th
1. Please find one to two topics for your informative speech. I
recommend choosing topics that you are passionate about, but also
think about the audience and if the topic is relevant to them. Please hav
General Purpose: To Persuade
Specific Purpose: To persuade the audience finish sentence
Central Idea: Create a short precise persuasive statement here. For example,
You need to vote, or It is imperative you use your v