General Purpose: To persuade.
Specific Purpose: To persuade the class that dancing is good for your body.
Thesis: You should dance because it is beneficial to your body.
A. Attention Getter: According to Choose My Plate, danc
Title: How to Tie-Dye a T-shirt
General Purpose: Learning how to tie-dye.
Specific Purpose: Learning how to prepare, design, and take care of your tie-dye.
1. Who here has no artistic skill whatsoever?
2. Well today Im going to show you ho
General Purpose: To inform.
Specific Purpose: To inform the class about 3 different styles of dance.
Thesis: talk about 3 styles of dance
1. Attention Getter: Dancers are storytellers.
2. Reason to Listen: universal language.
Breana Bhalesha and Ruqayyah Sorathia
Specific purpose: To teach audience about making henna and its application.
By a show of hands how many here have thought about or maybe have a tattoo? Well,
according to the American
Attention device : What would fall be without pumpkins or summer without watermelon?
Common ground : In america we are accustomed to having an abundance of produce available to us year
round especially here in Calif
Argumentative Speech 3-5 minutes
Topic: The Death penalty
How can we contend that we provide equal justice under the law when we do not provide adequate
representation to the poor in cases where, a life hangs in the balance?- Co
Communication is the process of sending and receiving messages, sender sends message
through channel, within specific environment to receiver
Verbal-All spoken and written language
Non-Verbal- Not spoken or written
Communication process consist of 7 compo
A. Breanas Story
C. Quote (Tariq Ramadans Quote)
Reason to listen
The importance of Ramadan
1. First we will discuss what Ramadan is
2. Second will discuss etiquette of fastin
Regional Overview (Rocky Mountains) A. Areas Included 1. Utah 2. Wyoming 3. Montana 4. Washington state 5. Into Canada including Alberta and British Columbia B. Overall Character 1. High rugged mountains 2. Wildlife 3. Forested 4. Snow and glaciers
I.RegionOverview(MississippiDelta:theculturalregion)Delta:areaatthe mouthofariver.Appalachians A.AreasIncluded o MostofthemountaincountryeastofU.S. B.OverallCharacter o Quaintandrural,hilly/mountainous,forestedandwet,sparsely populated,
The stress appraisal process Step 1: Primary Appraisal: Is it stressful? *No: no stress, and appraisal process is over *Yes: is it harmful, threatening, or challenging? Definition of Coping Cognitive, emotional, or behavioral efforts to manage the demands
Psychology 101 Lecture 5 October 9, 2008 Coping with Illness Scott Norris Video Presentation Can the psychological processes that Scott Norris described aid in aid in coping with cancer? (Antoni & Lutgendorf, 2006) Stress, depressed mood, and decreased so
Psych 101 Lecture 4 October 7, 2008 The physiology of stress and disease Autonomic Nervous system A. Sympathetic Nervous System (mobilizing) 1. Four Fs a. Fight b. Flight c. Fright d. Sex B. Parasympathetic Nervous system (after sympathetic usually, calms
Perspectives Lecture November 6, 2006 Concepts carry forward. Whats a group? 3 or more people (5-7 is best) Who interact over time Follow shared rules And are independent Groups and Teams Teams are groups with Differing and complementary human resources S
Perspectives Chapter 7 Outline I. Levels of Confirmation and Disconfirmation A. Recognition 1. The most basic form of confirmation is recognition. 2. Recognition is expressing awareness of another persons existence. 3. We recognize with nonverbal behavior
Chapter 4 Outline I. Language and Meaning a. Language consists of symbols, which are representations of people, events, and all that goes on around us and in us. b. Nonverbal Communication: includes symbols that are not words, such as facial expressions,
Chapter 3 Outline I. Perceiving and Understanding
A. The Perception Process 1. Perception is the process by which we notice and make sense of our experience and stimuli around us. 2. Perception is an active process of selecting, organizing, and interpreti
Brittany Rinella Perspectives in Human Communication Chapter 2 Outline I. The History of the Communication Field A. Classical Roots: Rhetoric and Democratic Life i. Communication plays a vital role in democratic societies. ii. The art of Rhetoric was born
Intercultural/Intergroup Communication A. Dimensions of Culture (How do we explain all these differences?) 1. Individualism / Collectivism a. Individualistic Cultures i. Emphasize individual goals (value person as a unique person) ii. Value individual
Mass Communication Cont. A. Powerful (but subtle) Effects View (1960s thru present) 1. Focus shifts to media socialization (process of growing up) a. Can help you grow up in society at large, ex. If you play sports you need to be intergraded into the s
Interpersonal Communication Cont. A. Relational stages 1. Knapps Staircase Model a. Difference in communication at each stage 2. Stages of coming together a. Initiating and experimenting i. Initial display of self, superficial disclosure, small talk, a
Intrapersonal communication A. Attribution Processes: 1. The way we assign explanations for peoples behavior a. Someone says something like you look really nice today we have to ask ourselves, why is this person saying this? or is someone is to mee
Mass Communication A. Mass Comm. Vs. other contexts 1. Comm. Is more one-way a. Feedback reduced and delayed (you dont know how people are responding to your tv show etc.) 2. Knowing your receiver (audience) is more difficult. 3. More likely mismatch i
Message Characteristics/Strategies A. Use of Evidence B. Positive Emotional Appeals 1. Vivid messages designed to arouse good feeling (color arouses excitement, soothing music, visual things (puppy) that is amusing, etc). a. Humor, joy, love, sentiment
Effective Delivery (esp. in a speech) A. Appears Natural 1. When you sound forced it does not tend to come across effective because people may think that you are not sincere. a. How do you get the natural feel? You have to know what you are going to sa
Public Communication and Persuasion A. Public Communication 1. One speaker (or panel) to an audience. 2. Types: a. Informative Speaking (e.g. formal education, training seminars, company presentations) b. Motivational Speaking (e.g. sermons, self-help)
Interpersonal Means A. Communication within the individual 1. Making sense of people through the following mental perception processes. a. Attention b. Organization c. Interpretation B. Attention 1. Perception is selective 2. Internal factors affecting
Nonverbal Communication A. Relationship to Verbal Communication 1. Communication misperceptions: a. Truth is in the nonverbal (you can lie to me with your words but you cannot lie to me with your eyes) Does not always work because some people are pract