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Welcome to Informative Speaking! Sit with your 4-6 person group--the group you'll be in for Test 1. Feel free to move down front if it would help you learn. The goal of this course . Ten years from now, you will be giving great speeches and presentations. The goal of this unit .

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Welcome to Informative Speaking!

Sit with your 4-6 person group--the group you'll be in for Test 1.

Feel free to move down front if it would help you learn.

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The goal of this course

Ten years from now, you will be giving great speeches and presentations.

The goal of this unit

Two weeks from now, you will be giving a good informative speech.

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The informative speaker has three responsibilities:

  • To say something worth hearing (sound information).

  • To say something that can be heard (clear organization).

  • To say something that will be heard (audience engagement).

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What we've begun learning

  • General & Specific Purpose

  • Central Idea

  • Invention, Organization, Style, Memory, Delivery

  • Speech introductions (CARRP)

  • Speech conclusions

  • Connectives

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Schedule

4W: Lecture: Information TODAY

4F: Lecture: Organization

5M:Lecture: Engaging your audience

Topic due on WebCT!

5W: Lab: Delivery experiments

5F: Test!

6M: Lab: Workshopping

6W-on: Speeches!

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About Test 1

  • Listen to a speech

2. Discuss in a group

3. Listen again

4. Answer 5 Analysis Questions

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The 10 Analysis Questions

What is the speaker's General Purpose? What is the speaker's Specific Purpose? What is the speaker's Central Idea?

What, if anything, does the speaker do to achieve each of the functions of a Speech Introduction? If the speaker misses one, what could he/she have done to fulfill it?

What are the speaker's Main Points? What Pattern of Organization is the speaker using?

Give one example from the speech of each of three different kinds of Connectives (if possible). If the speaker fails to use a Connective between any of his/her Main Points, identify the gap and suggest how the speaker could have filled it.

Identify three Sources which the speaker refers to (if possible). If the speaker neglects to cite orally the source of any quotation, statistic, or other technical information, identify the gap, and suggest how the speaker could have filled it.

What functions does the speaker use his/her Visual Aid(s) to perform?

Identify three different ways the speaker engages the audience in the body of the speech.

What, if anything, does the speaker do to achieve the functions of a Speech Conclusion? If the speaker misses one, what could he/she have done to fulfill it?

What is the one positive comment about the speech that this speaker most needs to hear now? (Not including delivery.)

What is the one negative comment about the speech that this speaker most needs to hear now? (Not including delivery.)

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The key skills for Test 1

Evaluating

Analyzing

Anderson & Krathwohl (eds.) A Taxonomy for Learning (2001)

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We want you to succeed.

If you need "special accomodations" for you to show us what you know and can do...........................ASK!

-extended time

-a low-distraction environment

[email protected]

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Your first responsibility:Say something worth hearing.

  • Choose a great topic.

  • Find sound sources of information.

  • Develop that information fully.

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1. Choose a great topic.

  • What challenges does this topic create?

  • What could the speaker do to meet those challenges?

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2. Find sound sources of information.

Common sense:

  • Someone's responsible!

  • They know their stuff.

  • They're not biased.

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2. Find sound sources of information.

Don't just have good information--make that apparent to your audience by citing your sources.

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ID source

Who?

When?

Where?

"According to Dr. Jane Smith, a biologist working at the Sandia National Laboratories,..."

"Figures reported in the New York Times last month suggest..."

"You can find her story on the National Cancer Society's website..."

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Grow the whole tree

Don't just pluck a few leaves

3. Develop that information fully.

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Let's try it!

Pull out your copy of the 10 Analysis Questions...

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2. What, if anything, does the speaker do to achieve each of the functions of a Speech Introduction? If the speaker misses one, what could he/she have done to fulfill it?

5. Identify three Sources which the speaker refers to (if possible). If the speaker neglects to cite orally the source of any quotation, statistic, or other technical information, identify the gap, and suggest how the speaker could have filled it.

8. What, if anything, does the speaker do to achieve the functions of a Speech Conclusion? If the speaker misses one, what could he/she have done to fulfill it?

The 10 Analysis Questions

  • What is the speaker's General Purpose? What is the speaker's Specific Purpose? What is the speaker's Central Idea?

  • What, if anything, does the speaker do to achieve each of the functions of a Speech Introduction? If the speaker misses one, what could he/she have done to fulfill it?

  • What are the speaker's Main Points? What Pattern of Organization is the speaker using?

  • Give one example from the speech of each of three different kinds of Connectives (if possible). If the speaker fails to use a Connective between any of his/her Main Points, identify the gap and suggest how the speaker could have filled it.

  • Identify three Sources which the speaker refers to (if possible). If the speaker neglects to cite orally the source of any quotation, statistic, or other technical information, identify the gap, and suggest how the speaker could have filled it.

  • What functions does the speaker use his/her Visual Aid(s) to perform?

  • Identify three different ways the speaker engages the audience in the body of the speech.

  • What, if anything, does the speaker do to achieve the functions of a Speech Conclusion? If the speaker misses one, what could he/she have done to fulfill it?

  • What is the one positive comment about the speech that this speaker most needs to hear now? (Not including delivery.)

  • What is the one negative comment about the speech that this speaker most needs to hear now? (Not including delivery.)

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What is the one positive comment about the speech that this speaker most needs to hear now? (Not including delivery.)

10. What is the one negative comment about the speech that this speaker most needs to hear now? (Not including delivery.)

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Good analysis

Applies the right concepts from the course

To the right details in the speech

Notices gaps--and fills them

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9. What is the one positive comment about the speech that this speaker most needs to hear now? (Not including delivery.)

10. What is the one negative comment about the speech that this speaker most needs to hear now? (Not including delivery.)

The "right concepts"

Focus on the three responsibilities of the informative speaker:

-to say something worth hearing (information)

-to say something that can be heard (organization)

-to say something that will be heard (engagement)

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Next time: Your responsibility to be clear.

  • Organization: Why?

  • Patterns of organization

  • Outlining

  • Review of Central Idea

  • Review of Connectives

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