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Public speaking
Presenting is just one kind of
communication
yOU speech
• three-minute informative presentation
• a narrative self-introduction
• contribute to a class "OU Survival gu...
Create an outline for your speech
• Create an attention getter
• Create 2-3 main points
• Finish with a memorable conclusi...
Two goals of the yOU speech
1.This speech is about you
2.Share two survival tips that you learned
and that would make othe...
Communication Theories
1. communication as action model
2. Communication as transaction model
These are linear models A  ...
Defining communication
• a transaction in which speaker and
listener simultaneously send, receive,
and interpret messages
Communication as transaction
The word could suggest one directional
action, which is NOT true for communication.
•Sender i...
Defining Communication
Therefore we add the word
simultaneously to express interaction.
•when speaker sends message, liste...
Other definition of communication
• Dynamic interrelationship of
• Source
• Receiver
• Message
• Channel
• Feedback
• Situ...
1. Source
2. Receiver
3. Message
4. Channel
5. Feedback
6. Situation
7. Noise
7 components of the communication process
7 components of the communication process
1. source: the person who originates the message
2. receiver: the individual or ...
7 components of the communication process
4. channel: the means of distributing your words
such as coaxial cable, fiber op...
Why is important to be a credible speaker?
The audience’s perception of your
effectiveness as a communicator is called
sou...
Four concepts of source credibility:
• Common ground: pointing out what features you
share with your audience.
(example: a...
Four concepts of source credibility:
• Competence: a thorough familiarity with topic
(an agricultural major’s competence i...
Five Canons of Rhetoric
1. Invention: finding information for your
presentation
2. Organization: appropriate arrangement a...
Five Canons of Rhetoric
4. Understanding: being able to recall main ideas and
details
5. Delivery: using effective verbal ...
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• iSpeak Ch 2 Preparing your first presentation
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  1. 1. Public speaking Presenting is just one kind of communication
  2. 2. yOU speech • three-minute informative presentation • a narrative self-introduction • contribute to a class "OU Survival guide." • not graded.
  3. 3. Create an outline for your speech • Create an attention getter • Create 2-3 main points • Finish with a memorable conclusion. • Use ONE index card with only key-words • Bring your yOU Speech Feedback Form
  4. 4. Two goals of the yOU speech 1.This speech is about you 2.Share two survival tips that you learned and that would make others' life easier –The survival tips must be appropriate to your student audience
  5. 5. Communication Theories 1. communication as action model 2. Communication as transaction model These are linear models A  B 3. Communication as interaction Non-linear model A  B 
  6. 6. Defining communication • a transaction in which speaker and listener simultaneously send, receive, and interpret messages
  7. 7. Communication as transaction The word could suggest one directional action, which is NOT true for communication. •Sender in not only sending messages •Receiver is not only receiving messages
  8. 8. Defining Communication Therefore we add the word simultaneously to express interaction. •when speaker sends message, listener sends a message as well •a dynamic interrelationship.
  9. 9. Other definition of communication • Dynamic interrelationship of • Source • Receiver • Message • Channel • Feedback • Situation • Noise
  10. 10. 1. Source 2. Receiver 3. Message 4. Channel 5. Feedback 6. Situation 7. Noise 7 components of the communication process
  11. 11. 7 components of the communication process 1. source: the person who originates the message 2. receiver: the individual or group that hears and listens to [M] 3. message: verbal : the word nonverbal: movements, gestures, facial expressions, vocal variations such as pitch and tone
  12. 12. 7 components of the communication process 4. channel: the means of distributing your words such as coaxial cable, fiber optics, microwave, radio, video, or air that carries sound waves 5. feedback: verbal or nonverbal responses from audience 6. situation: the time, place, and occasion 7. noise: any form of interference with the message or obstacles of communication
  13. 13. Why is important to be a credible speaker? The audience’s perception of your effectiveness as a communicator is called source credibility, ethos
  14. 14. Four concepts of source credibility: • Common ground: pointing out what features you share with your audience. (example: all of us, we students…) • Trustworthiness: the degree to which the audience perceives the speaker as honest and honorable (example: people will never fully trust someone who once lied in his speech)
  15. 15. Four concepts of source credibility: • Competence: a thorough familiarity with topic (an agricultural major’s competence in organic gardening) • Dynamism: the energy you expend in delivering your message (speaker who lacks facial expressions vs. speaker who is expressive)
  16. 16. Five Canons of Rhetoric 1. Invention: finding information for your presentation 2. Organization: appropriate arrangement and structure 3. Style: using clear and ornamental language
  17. 17. Five Canons of Rhetoric 4. Understanding: being able to recall main ideas and details 5. Delivery: using effective verbal and nonverbal behavior to maximize effectiveness
  18. 18. Reading for next class • iSpeak Ch 2 Preparing your first presentation
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