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  • At home: division of labor, discipline, budgeting, remoteAt school: selecting courses, attaining student aid, negotiating gradesAt work: interviewing, asking for promotion, sexual harassmentCommunity: your child’s school, neighborhood, legal proceedings, organized groups (PTO, sports, scouts).
  • 1. Fear of being stared at (being judged)2.Fear of failure (questioning your ability to present well; having unrealistic expectations of perfection)3. Fear of rejection (protect your ego and prevent embarassment)4. Fear of the unknown (worry that your classmates/instructor will not like you or agree with your subject)
  • Maintaining eye contact allows you to receive visual feedback including whether your audience is confused, bored, doubtful, satisfied or interested.
  • EN2100 Week 1 Lecture

    1. 1. Week 1: Intro and LP1 NAU Shayla Johnston
    2. 2. NAU Shayla Johnston
    3. 3. EN2100: Week 1 Welcome to Speech! This course is designed to improve skills in group discussion and extemporaneous speaking for practical application in personal, social, and business situations. Organization of Course There are 5 instructional learning plans, covered in the first 5 weeks: LP1:Intro Benefits of public speaking, ethics and plagiarism LP2:Writing Topic selection, research, citation and outlining. LP3:Delivery Preparation, presentation, nonverbals and audience analysis. LP4:Format Delivery and organization of specific required speeches LP5:Evaluation Effective listening and constructive criticism.
    4. 4. EN2100: Week 1 Textbook Vasile, A. J., & Mintz, H. K. (2007). Speaking with Confidence, 10th ed. Pearson. ISBN 9780205498864 Reading Schedule Week 1 LP1:Intro Ch. 1, 2 Week 2 LP2:Writing Ch. 7, 8 Week 3 LP3:Delivery Ch. 3, 5, 6 Week 4 LP4:Format Ch. 9-13 Week 5 LP5:Evaluation Ch. 4
    5. 5. EN2100: Week 1 • In Class Assignments (ICA) Required Assignments Frequency: Most weeks Points: 10 participation points each Collaboration: Group participation is encouraged. Check answers by accessing the testing links provided. Format: Hard copy and online • Pretests (PT) Frequency: Weeks 1-5 Points: 20 participation points each Collaboration: Group participation is encouraged. Check answers by accessing the testing links provided. Outlines that are assigned as homework will be anonymously evaluated during class discussion. Format: Hard copy and online • Tests (T) Frequency: Most weeks Points: 20-50 each (10 points per chapter covered) Collaboration: Open book/note Format: Hard copy and online
    6. 6. EN2100: Week 1 Required Assignments • Speeches (S) Frequency: Weeks 5, 7-10 Points: 70-150 points Collaboration: Peer review of outlines is encouraged. Format: Oral presentation • Midterm (M)-Worth 200 points Frequency: Week 6 Points: 200 points Collaboration: Group construct of “Cheat Sheet” is encouraged. Format: Hard copy and online. Cumulative exam over LP1-5. • Panel Discussion and Award Presentation (P) Frequency: Week 11 Points: 100 points Collaboration: Group participation is required. Format: Oral presentation
    7. 7. EN2100: Week 1 GradingWorth Total In Class Assignments-8 10 80 Pretests-4 20 80 Tests-4 varies 120 Midterm 200 200 Extemporaneous Speech 80 80 Informative Speech 90 90 Demonstrative Speech 100 100 Persuasive Speech 150 150 Panel Discussion 100 100 1000 Scale Grade Range 90%-A A 900-1000 pts 80%-B B 800-899 pts 70%-C C 700-799 pts 60%-D D 600-699 pts 0%-59% F 599 or less
    8. 8. EN2100: Week 1 Grading & Attendance Late Policy • Late assignments, speeches and tests are subject to a 50% penalty. • Notifying the instructor of an absence prior to the start of class and completing assignments online by midnight of due date will excuse the absence. • Absence for a speech must be excused with documentation. • 100% attendance = 100% A’s over 5 years of teaching. Attendance Policy “If a student misses two consecutive weeks of classes without contacting the instructor or academic advisor, he/she may be administratively dropped from the course”. (NAU Catalog, p.27).
    9. 9. EN2100: Week 1 Online Access ThinkWave • Secure, online, “green”, cloud-based program. • Access grades, coursework, lectures, links and upload assignments. • More efficient grading (grades updated weekly). Instructions for accessing grades online: 1. Go to ThinkWave.com 2. Click the "Login" button on the top right. 3. Then click "First Time? Start Here..." under ThinkWave 3.0. 4. Establish a Username and Password, and type in the Access Code (should have received it via email). Use of ThinkWave in our course is for your convenience only; participation is voluntary. Easytestmaker • Secure, online testing program. • Download results to pdf file instantly.
    10. 10. EN2100: Week 1 Online Access Box.com • Secure, online, “green”, cloud-based program. • Access course materials via secure link. Socrative • Secure, online testing and feedback program. • Anonymous; used for test preparation and strength assessment. Wordpress Web Page • Link to grades, docs, tests and video easily. • www.nauen2100.wordpress.com
    11. 11. EN2100: Week 1 Course Schedule Week Class Coverage Assignments Due Week 1 Intro, syllabus, LP1-Introduction Read ch. 1, 2 in text ICA1: Introductions Week 2 LP2-Writing Read ch. 7, 8 in text PT1: Ch. 1, 2 ICA2: Outline Evaluation Test LP1 (worth 20 points) Week 3 LP3-Delivery Read ch. 3, 5, 6 in text ICA3: Speech Evaluation PT2: Ch. 7, 8 Test LP2 (worth 20 points) Week 4 LP4-Format Read ch. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 in text ICA4: Speech Evaluation PT3: Ch. 3, 5, 6 Test LP3 (worth 30 points) Week 5 LP5-Evaluation Read ch. 4 in text ICA5: Speech Evaluation PT4: Ch. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 Extemp Speech Test LP4 (worth 50 points) Week 6 Midterm Midterm (LP1-5) Week 7 Informative Speeches ICA6:SI Strength Assessment Informative Speech Week 8 Demonstrative Speeches ICA7: SD Strength Assessment Demonstrative Speech Week 9 Persuasive Speeches ICA8: SP Strength Assessment Persuasive Speeches Week 10 Persuasive Speeches, cont’d Persuasive Speeches, cont’d Week 11 Panel Discussion Panel Discussion & Awards
    12. 12. • Summary: Benefits of public speaking, ethics and plagiarism, introductory speeches. • Textbook Chapters: 1 and 2 NAU Shayla Johnston
    13. 13. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Purpose of Speech • To communicate in a transactional process in which a message is exchanged. Purpose of Public Speaking • Inform • Persuade • Entertain
    14. 14. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Communication Model Message Feedback Noise Noise CHANNEL (encodes) (decodes) Environment Field of Experience(Context)
    15. 15. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 1: Preparing to Speak with Confidence A. The Common Good B. Sounding Off C. How Important Is This Course To You? D. Don't Be Shy E. Be More Assertive F. Making Business And Social Contacts G. What This Course Can Do For You H. What's This About Ethics?
    16. 16. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 1: Preparing to Speak with Confidence A. The Common Good • What do you have in common with Queen Elizabeth, Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates and President Obama? The gift of oral communication. • Unless you can effectively communicate orally, you will have difficulty reaching your full potential. • Example: Law School
    17. 17. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 1: Preparing to Speak with Confidence B. Sounding Off • Oral Communication benefits others/community. • Controversial issues, activism, politics • Mass media, social media
    18. 18. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 1: Preparing to Speak with Confidence C. How Important Is This Course To You? • Being able to speak with confidence will be an invaluable asset to your personal development. • How can oral communication be helpful to you?  At home?  At school?  At work?  In your community?
    19. 19. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 1: Preparing to Speak with Confidence D. Don’t Be Shy • Shyness is universal • When shyness seriously affects daily functioning (personal relationships, social situations or occupational behavior) professional help should be requested. • Why are we shy?  Fear of being judged  Uncomfortable being center of attention  Embarrassed about accent or dialect  Cultural factors
    20. 20. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 1: Preparing to Speak with Confidence D. Don’t Be Shy • Benefits of overcoming shyness:  Prepare for leadership roles  Greet and meet people comfortably  Participate in conversations  Express opinions  Socialize more  Cultivate new friendships/Renew old ones  Learn to say “No” (Be assertive)
    21. 21. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 1: Preparing to Speak with Confidence E. Be More Assertive • Assertiveness=  Express thoughts and feelings  Disagree  Greet and meet people comfortably  Say “No” without feeling guilty or acting aggressive. • Assertive people are respected for the honest, responsible and empathetic manner. • Assertive people tend to be healthier; decreased heart rate, blood pressure and ability to obtain necessary care.
    22. 22. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 1: Preparing to Speak with Confidence F. Making Business And Social Contacts • Networking is an effective way to advance/progress • Effective communication will open doors • Interact with as many people as possible • Seek assistance from, and provide assistance to, other people • Use oral communication to speak, listen, question, answer and meet new people I your daily life.
    23. 23. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 1: Preparing to Speak with Confidence G. What This Course Can Do For You • Develop self-confidence during interactions. • Become assertive without becoming aggressive. • Improve listening skills. • Learn to present clear, logical and forceful ideas. • Be more convincing. • Promote your skills. • Others?
    24. 24. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 1: Preparing to Speak with Confidence H. What This Course Can Do For You • Develop your oral communication skills with these tasks:  Speak publicly on many subjects  Responding to audience questions  Asking follow up questions  Debating with other students  Seeking diverse conversation  Learn another language/refine your language skills
    25. 25. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 1: Preparing to Speak with Confidence H. What's This About Ethics? • Unless you are presenting on a subject about which you are an expert, you will be required to research your topic and cite to any sources used. • Avoid plagiarism by:  Researching many sources (at least 3);  Keep a running list of sources during research;  Summarize source content in a separate word document;  Include sources (with footnotes or verbal reference) during a speech;  Prepare a “References” page for each outline to be distributed to the audience.
    26. 26. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 1: Preparing to Speak with Confidence H. What's This About Ethics? • Speaker’s ethical duties:  Understand impact of subject upon the audience.  Conduct an audience analysis.  Be fully prepared with current and validated data.  Present both sides of the argument.  Know the difference between fact and opinion (evidence versus argument) and disclose them to audience.  Credit and cite sources.  Answer audience questions honestly and clearly so that your answer can be validated.
    27. 27. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 1: Preparing to Speak with Confidence H. What's This About Ethics? • Listener’s ethical duties:  Research background of the speech/speaker.  Keep an open mind.  Pay attention to the speaker.  Provide constructive feedback and use attentive body language.  Overlook speaker flaws.
    28. 28. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 2: Your First Talk: I’d Like to Introduce Myself A. In the Spotlight B. Know Your Subject C. Ice Cubes in the Stomach D. Front and Center E. Be Sure to Use Correct English Grammar F. Say It Without Words G. Platform Etiquette H. Take Note I. Question-and-Answer Session
    29. 29. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 2: Your First Talk: I’d Like to Introduce Myself A. In the Spotlight • Your first speech will be an introduction to yourself. • Great opportunity to “get your feet wet” speaking on a subject well-known to you. • Also to practice listening skills and learn about your classmates. • Your speaking ability will not be graded. • I promise you will survive.
    30. 30. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 2: Your First Talk: I’d Like to Introduce Myself B. Know Your Subject • The more you know about your subject, the better are the chances that you will be an effective speaker. • You are an expert about you! • We will introduce ourselves using a humorous method designed to make everyone feel comfortable about self-disclosure. • You will decide whether you want to welcome questions after your speech.
    31. 31. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 2: Your First Talk: I’d Like to Introduce Myself C. Ice Cubes in the Stomach • Glossophobia (the fear of public speaking) affects 75% of adults (Gaines, April 19, 2013). • “…most people at a funeral would prefer to be lying in the casket rather than giving the eulogy” (Gupta- Sunderji 2004). • Four fears associated with glossophobia:  Fear of being stared at  Fear of failure  Fear of rejection  Fear of the unknown
    32. 32. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 2: Your First Talk: I’d Like to Introduce Myself C. Ice Cubes in the Stomach • Nervousness can be positive energy to help you focus. • Strategies for coping:  Be prepared with good research;  Practice;  Control and slow your breathing;  Discuss your anxiety with your classmates;  Visualize a positive experience;  Your audience wants you to succeed;  Your audience is interested in your topic-YOU!
    33. 33. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 2: Your First Talk: I’d Like to Introduce Myself D. Front and Center • When you are called on:  Walk, talk and breathe slowly;  Find focus spots at all four corners of your audience;  Know that the pounding heart, shaky legs and trembling voice usually subsides within 60 seconds. Earlier if you can find a way to laugh!
    34. 34. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 2: Your First Talk: I’d Like to Introduce Myself E. Be Sure to Use Correct English Grammar • Your textbook includes this section but we are not covering or requiring you to incorporate this information into your speeches.
    35. 35. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 2: Your First Talk: I’d Like to Introduce Myself F. Say It Without Words • Before you even say a word, you transmit impressions through nonverbal communication. • Nonverbal communication is the conscious or subconscious transmission and reception of unspoken messages. • Examples: your walk, posture, facial expressions, eye contact, hand gestures, proxemics, appearance.
    36. 36. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 2: Your First Talk: I’d Like to Introduce Myself G. Platform Etiquette • To portray confidence, use good posture and location. • Avoid distracting habits:  Playing with your hair;  Touching your face;  Putting hands in pockets;  Fussing with jewelry;  Covering your hands with long sleeves.
    37. 37. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 2: Your First Talk: I’d Like to Introduce Myself H. Take Note • Many people use notes while speaking. • Notes should only include main points (bare outline). • Whether you use notecards or full-page notes, transition smoothly (no throwing the cards/papers over your shoulder!)
    38. 38. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech Chapter 2: Your First Talk: I’d Like to Introduce Myself I. Question-and-Answer Session • At the conclusion of your speech ask, “Are there any questions?” • Answer honestly and admit when you need to conduct more research in order to answer. • At the end of each answer ask, “Did I answer you completely?” Then ask, “Are there additional questions?” • When all questions are answered, thank the audience and confidently and quietly take your seat.
    39. 39. EN2100: Week 1 Learning Plan 1: Introduction to Speech ICA1: Introductions Complete the survey found at http://tinyurl.com/EN2100ICA1SURVEY . When you have completed the survey prepare to reveal the results in class using the outline below. I. Good afternoon. My name is ______________________. The purpose of my speech is to describe which cartoon character best describes my personality. II. According to the survey we took in class, my personality is most like the cartoon character ______________. The results of the survey explained that this character is known to be ______________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________. I agree/disagree with this analysis because ______________________________ __________________________________________________________________. III. In conclusion, I agree/disagree that my personality is like ________________, because ___________________________________________________________. Are there any questions? Thank you.
    40. 40. Week 1: Intro and LP1 NAU Shayla Johnston

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