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Last Day Lecture (thus the popular “curtain call” background). Announcements. PRPSA post-test Available this Sunday through next Saturday Easy 5 pts. After you have done it you can compare your raw scores on the assessment through your My Grades page Friday

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announcements
Announcements
  • PRPSA post-test
    • Available this Sunday through next Saturday
    • Easy 5 pts.
    • After you have done it you can compare your raw scores on the assessment through your My Grades page
  • Friday
    • Special Occasion Speech Workshop Day
    • Come with 2 manuscript drafts ready to rehearse!
final exam info
Final Exam Info
  • Review Material are available on line
    • 67 multiple choice questions
    • Materials from 10 chapters; review questions clearly indicate what you need to know
  • For people officially registered for the 2:00 lecture only:
    • Monday, December 10  12:00- 2:00 p.m.
  • Final Exam Sessions are here in LeBaron.
  • A low-distraction environment is available. Email Dr. Slagell. It will be given at the same time.
  • Sign up for the Final through WebCT
final exam info4
Final Exam Info
  • Review Material are available on line
    • 67 multiple choice questions
    • Materials from 10 chapters; review questions clearly indicate what you need to know
  • For people officially registered for the 3:00 lecture only:
    • Friday, December 14  12:00- 2:00 p.m.
    • Regular Final Exam Session is here in LeBaron
    • Early Make up Exam Option, Wed. Dec. 12, 12 – 2
    • Make up session in Room 305 Carver Hall
  • A low-distraction environment is available. Email Dr. Slagell. It will be given at the same time.
  • Sign up for the Final through WebCT
today s agenda
Today’s agenda
  • Barbara Bush Commencement Address
  • Quiz (mostly based on the speech)
  • Sample Student Speech
  • Course Objectives Review
  • Course Lecture Evaluations
barbara bush choices and change
Barbara Bush“Choices and Change”
  • Context
    • Wellesley College, June 1, 1990
    • Controversy surrounding the speech
      • Seniors voted for Alice Walker to speak
      • Bush was a late replacement
      • Some seniors protested
        • because process wasn’t followed
        • because Bush was chosen because of her husband not based on her own accomplishments
    • Prompted a national discussion of women’s roles and feminism
quiz question 1

QUIZ, question 1

Johnny Appleseed shows us the spirit of dedication.

Johnny Appleseed shows us the spirit of hard work.

Johnny Appleseed shows us the spirit of productivity.

aunt lucille by misty miller w pp 89

Aunt Lucille by Misty Miller (W pp. 89)

SP: To entertain my audience with tales of my Great Aunt and her peculiarities

how does it meet the assignment
How does it meet the assignment?
  • Special attention to Language
    • “There is no doubt about it”—repetition to start the first 3 paragraphs of the body and then to refer back to in the conclusion.
    • “Great Aunt Lucille Hanton, her hair was a reddish orange flame from a torched building.” Metaphor
    • “no place could be ‘grande’ enough for what was to happen”—foreshadowing
    • Concrete re-creation of the scene
  • Originality
  • Makes a point
course objectives from the workbook
Course Objectives from the Workbook
  • Developing rhetorical sensitivity
  • Developing critical thinking skills
  • Developing competent delivery skills
  • Developing a public communication ethic
overview of course content
Overview of Course Content
  • Invention:
    • topic selection and narrowing; development of content, research
  • Arrangement:
    • organizing your messages
  • Delivery:
    • verbal and non-verbal delivery
  • Style:
    • language use that is clear, accurate, appropriate and vivid
  • Memory:
    • planning and speaking what you planned
course evaluations for lecture and course materials

Course Evaluations for Lecture and Course Materials

At top of the form: Dr. Slagell; SpCm 212 A (2 o’clock)

or B (3 o’clock).

speech matters

Speech Matters!

Enjoy the special occasion round.