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CO 210

Lesson slides for Fundamentals of Speech Communication at Northern Marianas College.
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CO 210:
Fundamentals of
Speech Communication
Energizer
Speech
Rhetoric:
The art of effective communication
Subtance:
What you say
Form:
How you say it
Communication
Inspire
Entertain
Persuade
Inform
Purposes of
Public Speaking
Memorized
Scripted
Extemporaneous
Impromptu
Types of Delivery
pathos
ethos
logos
Aristotle's
Rhetoric
Speech Evaluation:
Adora Svitak
Tip #3
Tip #9
K.I.S.S.
Tip #4
Tip #2
Tip #5
Tap into
the audience's
needs, wants,
and values.
Giving Speeches
Tip #1
Increase
audience
participation.
Structure
your
speech.
Use
evidence.
Tip #8
Tip #6
Tip #7
Use visual aids.
Use learning tools.
Test the audience.
Summarize and repeat.
Keep
It
Short and
Simple
Tips
Focus on Outcomes
Informative Speeches Outcome:
Audience will LEARN SOMETHING
Quiz
Review
Demonstration Speech:
Bill Gates
"How State Budgets are Breaking US Schools"
Demonstration Speech:
Steve Johnson
"Where Good Ideas Come From"
Persuasive Speeches
Outcome:
Audience will think, feel, or do something.
Rhetoric
ETHOS
Inductive Reasoning
Deductive Reasoning
Logical Fallacies
Connect with the audience.
Find common ground.
Tell a story.
Use your language creatively.
Aristotle in
Practice
Position
Reputation
Knowledge
Personal Experience
Evidence
LOGOS
PATHOS
Inductive
Reasoning
From specific
to general
Example:
Tom is a dog to his girlfriend.
Jim is a dog to his wife.
Steve is a dog to his boyfriend.
Therefore, men are dogs to their partners.
Deductive
Reasoning
From general
to specific
Example:
All men are dogs to their partners.
Therefore, Tom is a dog to his girlfriend.
Over-
generalization
Deductive reasoning carried too far
Red Herring
Distracting, changing the topic
Confuse
vs. Convince
Sounding good, but saying nothing
Begging
the Question
Not answering
the question
Circular
Reasoning
Reasoning that
loops into
itself
I'm right
because
I'm right!
Correlation=
Causation
Assuming that
one thing causes another thing.
Logical Fallacies
The Math behind the
Economic Meltdown
President Barack Obama
Weekly Address, 2/11/12
"Extending the Payroll Tax Cut for the Middle Class"
Demonstration Speech:Jennifer Pahlka
"Coding a
Better Government"
Speech #4: Debate
Monday, April 15
1. Gryffindor (AFF) vs. Ravenclaw (NEG)
2. Ravenclaw (AFF) vs. Slytherin (NEG)

Wednesday, April 17
1. Slytherin (AFF) vs. Gryffindor (NEG)
2. CO 210 All Stars vs. Mr. G
conclusions
Chronological
Topical
Problem-Solution
introductions
structure
Patterns
Outline
1. Attention-Getter
(pages 250-259)
2. Preview
Guidelines (pages 262-267)
1. Review
2. Memorable Statement
Guidelines (pages 278-282)
R. I. P. S.
Relevant
to the speaking situation
Involves
the audience
Positive thinking
by audience
Stimulates
audience
Writing speeches...
Do...
Polishing Delivery
Use a structure or pattern.
Dress the part.
Speak with confidence and authority.
Connect with your audience.
Maintain good posture.
Speak loudly enough to be heard.
Prepare and practice.
Apologize.
Rely too much on your notes.
Ramble.
Antagonize the audience.
Don't...
Demonstration Speech:
"Doodlers Unite!"
Sunni Brown
Demonstration Speech:
Graham Hill
"Less Stuff, More Happiness"
Demonstration Speech:
Ken Robinson
"Do Schools Kill Creativity?"
DEBATE
Argument vs. Debate?
The Judge is KING
Values Debate
What value is more important or more desirable?
Freedom vs. Security
Needs of the Many vs. Rights of the Individual
National Sovereignty vs. Human Rights
Action/Policy Debate
Formal Debates
Affirmative/Pro vs. Negative/Con
Both sides deliver persuasive speeches
Cross examination
Rebuttals
Structured by rules and time limits
Decided by a judge or an audience
Criteria for evaluating and deciding
Should we take an action or adopt a policy? Why or why not?
Should marijuana be legalized?
Should the country go to war?
Should taxes be raised?
Modified Lincoln-Douglass Debate Format to include teams
Class Debate Rubrics
Entire house earns grade, with actual debaters earning extra credit.
CO 210 Debates
Demonstration Speech:
Steve Jobs
Stanford Commencement Address
Introductions
Appointment Clock
3:00:
What fruit best describes you?
6:00:
What animal best describes you?
9:00:
What was the most embarrassing moment of your life?
12:00
What was the proudest moment of your life?
Demonstration Speech
President Barack Obama
2nd Inaugural Address
Speech
Analysis
3:00:
What is the substance of President Obama's address?
6:00:
What is the form of President Obama's address?
9:00:
In what ways is President Obama's address effective?
12:00:
How can President Obama improve his address to make it more effective?
Sorting Ceremony
Mark Bezos:
A life lesson from a volunteer firefighter
Demonstration Speech
Group Presentations
Wednesday, April 24
Ravenclaw: Analyzing Speaking Situations
Slytherin: Using Aids
Gryffindor: Selecting Data
Analysis:
Demonstration Speech:
Julian Treasure
"5 ways to listen better"
Demonstration Speech
President Dwight Eisenhower's
Farewell Address
Impromptu
Speaking
Write clearly.
Speak clearly.
Think
clearly.
Long Term
Preparation
Predict
Read
Story Bank
Short Term
Preparation
Main point.
Pick a story.
Outline.
Structure
1. Introduction
Story
Main Point
Body
2. Body
1st point
2nd point
3rd point
3. Conclusion
Main Point
Story
Your Turn!
Meet in your houses.
Come up with three topics for each other house.
Pick one of the six topics given to your house.
Prepare an impromptu speech for that topic.
Demonstration Speech:
Michael Sandel
"The Lost art of Democratic Debate"
Entertaining Speeches
Scheherazade
ancient and universal
how we remember, teach, and
understand
.
Storytelling is...
Storytelling
Elements
A character wants and/or needs something.
Obstacles get in her/his way.
She/he tries to overcome those obstacles.
May be narrated and/or dramatized.
Limited to 15 minutes or less.
Must involve everyone in your group.
Must follow storytelling elements.
Group Storytelling
Looking ahead...
NO ENTERTAINING SPEECHES.
Jeopardy on Wednesday, May 1st
Exam?
What is this class all about?
What was he trying to accomplish?
How was he effective?
How could he have been more effective?
Evaluation
What outcome was the speaker trying to achieve?
What was effective about the speaker's presentation?
What was ineffective about the speaker's presentation? How could it have been improved?
Analysis
Team Building Activity
Human Knot
CO 210
Speech Rubrics
Demonstration Speech
Dan Ariely
Demonstration
Speech
Physics
Progress
Reports
Debate:
Resolved that the US Congress should reform immigration to grant improved status to non-residents in the CNMI.
Overcoming
Stage
Fright
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