[COMS 102] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 55 pages long Stud..
[COMS 102] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 55 pages long Study Guide!

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School
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Department
Communication Studies
Course
COMS 102
Professor
Dominique Bredeson
Semester
Winter

Description
[COMS 102] Comprehensive Final Exam guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com Communication Basics, Anxiety, Communication Process 01/10/2017 Public vs. Conversational Speaking ● Similarities ○ Organizing your thoughts logically ○ Tailoring your message to your audience ○ Telling a story for maximum impact ○ Adapting to listener feedback ● Differences ○ Public speaking: ■ More structured ■ Requires more formal language ■ Requires different method of delivery Essay vs. Public Speaking ● Essay: ○ May be read many times ○ Contains complex sentences ○ Contains less repetition ○ Organization revealed by headers/subheaders ● Speech: ○ Heard once ○ Contains short sentences ○ Contains repetitions ○ Organization revealed naturally (linear) Levels of Communication ● Intrapersonal: self-talk ● Interpersonal: two people (can happen verbally or nonverbally) ● Group communication: 3+ people ● Public communication: one person to an audience ● Written: documented and reviewable VIDEO: Amy Cuddy - Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are ● People make judgements based on body language ● Evidence that nonverbals influence the way we feel about ourselves ○ Influences testosterone and cortisol levels ○ Powerful, effective leaders: high testosterone, low cortisol levels find more resources at oneclass.com
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