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1 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. CHAPTER 11

2 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Tools designed to make structuring your speech easier and more effective. Working outlines Formal outlines Speaking notes

3 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Simple principles to build an effective outline. Standard symbols Standard format The rule of division The rule of parallel wording

4 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Other principles include: Organizing your points in a logical order Using transitions Introductions Conclusions

5 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Effective use of supporting material. Functions of supporting material Types of supporting material Style of support, including narration and citation

6 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Visual aids are a unique type of supporting material. Types of visual aids Media for the presentation of visual aids Rules for using visual aids

7 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Good Speech Structure Use your purpose and thesis statement Introduction: Build relationship Attention-getter Preview: Tell them what you’re going to tell them 3-5 main points Conclusion Review: Tell them what you’ve told them Final remarks

8 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Techniques Pose a question early onPose a question early on They’ll realize they need to listen intentlyThey’ll realize they need to listen intently OK to use humor --- don't get off trackOK to use humor --- don't get off track Let your personality show.Let your personality show. Illustrate a point telling a short personal story.Illustrate a point telling a short personal story.

9 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Preparing Working outline: Rough form Formal outline

10 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Formal outline: [For this course] Typed Complete sentences Two pages Written in active voice; like you will deliver in your speech Cite outline sources Use MLA or APA style (Modern Language Assoc. of America, or American Psychological Association) Min of 3 sources published within the last three months

11 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Speech Outline: Traditional outline format Rule of division Each main point is divided into at least two points Rule of Parallel Wording Main points, worded in similar, “parallel” way Main points should have only one idea

12 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Organize in a Logical Order Time Space Topic Problem-solving Cause-Effect Motivated

13 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Capturing the Attention Use a quote Tell a story Tell a relevant joke SET A MOOD

14 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Transitions Use your purpose and thesis statement

15 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Tips for Great Presentations Prepare.Prepare. Have passion and sincerity.Have passion and sincerity. Be relevant.Be relevant. Build relationship with listeners. Engage.Build relationship with listeners. Engage. Vary your delivery.Vary your delivery. Tell “stories”Tell “stories” Be interesting and conversational.Be interesting and conversational. Don’t “read” a script. (OK to use notes)Don’t “read” a script. (OK to use notes)

16 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Great Presentations 3 P’s:3 P’s: PreparePrepare PracticePractice PerformPerform ContentContent Outcome you want?Outcome you want? Be clearBe clear

17 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Taboos Forgetting to turn off your screen saver.Forgetting to turn off your screen saver. Speaking too quickly.Speaking too quickly. Using too many bullets and fonts.Using too many bullets and fonts. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n√  a b c d e f g h i j k l m n√   Placing too many words on a slide.Placing too many words on a slide. Wasting their time.Wasting their time.

18 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Be Confident I know who you are & why you came.I know who you are & why you came. I am well organized.I am well organized. I will be interesting and conversational.I will be interesting and conversational. I know my subject.I know my subject. Here are my most important points.Here are my most important points. I am finished.I am finished.

19 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Learn how to use video and PowerPoint effectively.Learn how to use video and PowerPoint effectively. Learn how to identify and tell strategic and relevant stories.Learn how to identify and tell strategic and relevant stories.

20 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Making Points Make a point – an impression.Make a point – an impression. Shakespeare: “All the world is a stage.”Shakespeare: “All the world is a stage.” Conversational voice, not lecture tone.Conversational voice, not lecture tone. Active listening.Active listening. Avoid gender, stereotype referencesAvoid gender, stereotype references End with Impact.End with Impact.

21 Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Understanding Human Communication, Ninth Edition Adler/Rodman Copyright © 2006 by Oxford University Press, Inc. NEXT MONDAY 11/28 Chapters ** Possible Guest Speeches Start 11/30 12/5 12/7 HAVE A HAPPY THANKSGIVING!


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