Audience and Speech

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Traditional On Campus Class

Welcome to the Traditional On Campus version of Speech 103 Oral Communication!

I look forward to getting to know each of you.
Over the years, I have learned that many of you dread taking this class (don’t worry I felt the same way when I had to take this class) but I hope that you will find your worries to be unfounded. I work very hard to try to create a comfortable learning environment, primarily because I need you to participate in order for this class to work. This is a participatory-based class where we will all work together to help each other improve our communication skills. Consequently, you will play an active role in your own learning as well as active role in the learning of the other students in this class. Research has shown that when you are an active participant in a class you increase how much you remember as well as how much you can recall after the semester has ended. However, I have found that when you are an active participant in my class you will look forward to coming to each class session and your fears of public speaking will soon decrease. Since this class is participatory, you will find that you will put a lot of thought and effort into this class. Much learning will occur both in class and out side of class. However, while this class is demanding, I hope that you will both enjoy this experience and learn a great deal about communication, how you communicate, and how to be a better communicator. So, look around at your colleagues next class session, and start to remember some of their names because they will help you this semester. I also encourage each of you to stop by my office to chat. We can work together to help you achieve your educational goals.

Sincerely,

Dr. Lisa
Table of Contents:

Library Resources …… …………………………………………………pages 4

Grading RUBRIC for presentations……………………………………pages 5

Expectations in the course ……………………………………………….page 6 Standards in the course…………………………………………………page 6 Note taking Tips ………………………………………………………….page 7 Solutions to Common Problems………………………………………….page 8 Extra credit assignment ……… …………………………………………page 9 Grading RUBRIC for written assignments………………………………page 10 Speech critiques …………………………………………………………page 11-12 Outline Template ………………………………………………………… page 13 Grading Criteria for the Outline…………………………………………pages 14-15 Narrative speech ……………………………...…………………………..pages 16-17 Informative speech ………………………………………………………..pages 18-23

Includes section on citing sources
Persuasive speech …………………………………………………………pages 24-29
Includes section on Monroe’s Motivated Sequence
Course Objectives ………………………………………………………..page 30 Getting Ready for the Exam ……………………………………………...page 31

Speech 103

If you find that you need help with one or more of the topics discussed in class, feel free to stop by the library for help. Please ask for these materials at the Library’s Circulation Desk. You must show your student ID card at the time of checkout. Please return borrowed materials on time.

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Presenting with Pizzazz1-week checkout

VIDEO can be viewed in library only

The Arts of criticism... giving and taking
Be prepared to speak
Defensive/Supportive communication
Great openings and closings
Nonverbal communication - eye contact and kinesics
Powerful ways to persuade people
Public speaking for personal success
Speech basics
Speaking with confidence-Presentational aids
Speaking without fear or nervousness
Successful speaking: Using logic & reasoning
Speaking with confidence-Anxiety
Speaking with confidence-Critical thinking
Speaking with confidence-Critiquing public speaking

Assessment Criteria for Speeches

| |An “A” speech |A “B” Speech |A...
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