Lecture Notes for Feb 4, 2009
- University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
- Communication Arts
- Communication Arts 202
- Lecture Notes for Feb 4, 2009
Last Modified: 2011-07-05
Related Textbooks:Public Speaking: Concepts and Skills for a Diverse Society (Wadsworth Series in Communication Studies)
- invention: how you go about seelcting your object and how you gather material
- disposition: how you arrange your message, intro, body, conclusion
- style: is language, claer and consise
- memory: there has to be some logical flow of info
- delivery: presentational methods
- your intro:
- manuscript: sit down, write word for word and read it
- memorize: write word for word th en memorize
- impromptu: off the cuff
- extemporaneous: well written, well practiced, conversational
- closing statement: close with some ideas that are strong enough to open with
- movies like using flashbacks
- use same line, in a different way
- tell a story
- reference a date/occasion
- a rhetoric question
- from a line/dialogue/lyrics
- scenario "imagine"
- make reference to assignment
- keep it simple
- describe so you can picture it
- 7-13 words/sentence
- play with words
- ways you can relate it
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