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feet shoulder width apart, don’t move around/shuffle
Act as advocate
tone - what it is, what it does?
credibility of speech
emotional ties to speech
Greek philospher. Created rhetoric theory - ethos, pathos, logos
art of public speaking (ethos, pathos, logos)
3 main points - walking
a form of speaking intended to increase the audience's understanding or knowledge
sources, supported material
speed @ which you speak
loudness or softness of voice
"in the box" (don’t distract)
don’t read off your notes
speaking with other people (influenced by each other's messages)
yourself - your own thoughts
a fear that's not really there. "Fight or Flight"
Essay - what you've learned & how you will use it
The Invisibear theory is what I will take with me the most. Public speaking is a scary subject, but I will feel more comfortable as I continue throughout college and I have learned the outlines and platform, not to hide behind a podium and use a Power Point presentation as a crutch.
- I. Introduction:
- A. What it is __
- B. Credibility statement __
- II: Body
- A. Main Point
- III. Conclusion
- A. Restate thesis
- B. Review main points 1., 2., 3.
- Closing Paragraph
- (and any references)