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  1. Introduction to Public Speaking Chapters 1 & 2 Recap/Lecture

  2. Public Speaking is…. • A valuable skill • “means of civic engagement” (p. 5) • An ethical responsibility • A common fear (ranked higher than death by many)

  3. Public Speaking Vs. Conversation • Organize ideas • Tailor message • Tell story for max. impact • Adapt to listener • Structure • Formal vs. informal • Method of delivery Similarities Differences

  4. Common Fear of Public Speaking • Short Clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yd-AA5lziws How did she handle her nervousness? Positives? Negatives? • How to deal? • Experience • Prepare • Think positively • Visualize Success • Remember, they can’t tell most nervousness • Don’t aim for perfection; doesn’t exist • Sleep, breath, and focus!

  5. Role of Critical Thinking and Evaluation • Public Speaking and Critical Thinking • Relationship? • Evaluation of self as speaker • Effective vs. Ineffective speakers? (pg. 27; #2 & #3) • Strengths? Weaknesses? • Will use evaluation to create goals

  6. The Speech Communication Process • Speaker • Message (verbal and nonverbal) • Channel • Listener (frame of reference) • Feedback (verbal and nonverbal) • Interference (external vs. internal) • Situation (time and place)

  7. Your Speech Experience in the Classroom • What type of feedback would be helpful? • Any potential interference? • How does our class “situation” help? Hurt?

  8. Ethical Responsibility (Speaker) • Prepare for and respect diversity • Ethnocentrism = good or bad? • Make and strive for ethical goals • Be prepared • Be honest • Avoid abusive language (e.g. name calling)

  9. Ethical Responsibility (Speaker) • Plagiarism • Global Plagiarism • Patchwork • Incremental • Applies only to direct quotes?

  10. Speech Workshop #1 • Pick a partner • GA tour guides • Why should we visit? • Must discuss 2 “hotspots”

  11. Speech Workshop #2 • Create a speech around the statement: “Public speaking is ___________” • With a partner, create a short speech • Audience: Draw from hat • Angle: Your choice—informative, encouraging, or persuasive • Must create slogan • Be creative!! • Critique groups