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COMM 130 Chapter 16: chapter 16 notes (comm 130)

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Any supplemental visible device a speaker can employ to help clarify for the audience the message of a speech: deciding whether to use visual aids i. G
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COMM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Jargon, Extraversion And Introversion, Blabbermouth.Net

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Perception: refers to the process of making sense of or attaching meaning to some aspect of reality that has been apprehended by the senses, choosing,
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COMM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Running Club

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COMM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Middle Eastern Americans

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COMM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Nonverbal Communication

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Nonverbal communication: making every gesture count, look like a public speaker, clothing communicates power and status, clothing communicates how we f
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COMM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Thesis Statement

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Informative speaking: goals of informative speaking (3) i. ii. Also provides new information or helps the audience view and issue in a different way: p
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COMM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Brainstorming, Thesis Statement, Jimmy Fallon

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Selecting a topic (3 factors, determine the occasion i. Gives a range of topics: ex: wedding toast, specify time constraints. Finishing too quickly can
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COMM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Amen, Formal Methods, Psychographic

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Analyzing and adapting to diverse audiences a. The media audience contiguous one: closed circuit cable, live tv and radio broadcasters, digital media,
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COMM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Communication Apprehension, Voicemail

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COMM 130 Chapter 2: Chapter 2 notes (COMM 130)

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8 Nov 2017
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A: getting started your first speech i. Informative speech audience members" factual beliefs in some way. You must inspire your audience to have confid
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COMM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Stephen Toulmin, False Dilemma, Deductive Reasoning

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The basics of the reasoning process, reasoning process, we publicly take a position and argue it with facts, observations, and other supporting evidenc
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COMM 130 Chapter 10: chapter 10 notes (comm 130)

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Introductions and conclusions, beginning your speech, what you say and do during the first few minutes of a presentation has a major impact on audience
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