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Speaking in Public
“Grand oratory” Job Interview Class Lecture Civic Engagement
Egyptian Papyrus Eloquence praised by many ancient cultures Classical Greek & Roman periods
On Rhetoric arguably the most important and influential work in the communication discipline e.g. ethos, logos, & pathos
In a word… persuasion More specifically, rhetoric involves persuading through the use of language and other symbolic codes.
Similarities Organize thoughts logically “Tailor” messages to audiences Telling a story for maximum impact Adapting to listener feedback
Differences Public speaking is more highly structured Public speaking requires more formal language Public speaking requires a different method of delivery
IT’S OK TO BE NERVOUS! The point is not to experience zero nervousness Adrenaline
Positive Nervousness Acquire experience Preparation! Nervousness isn’t inherently visible
Writing a speech is a lesson in critical thinking Researching and organizing builds and shapes opinion Important aspect of education in ancient cultures
The world is incredibly diverse Different customs and frameworks exist for how persons perceive communication acts
“The belief that one’s own group or culture is superior to all other groups or cultures” Has the capacity to instill pride and loyalty, but can also produce jealousy and hostility
What are your general impressions of Gladwell’s use of narrative? Do you feel Gladwell adequately connected his story to the point of the address? Did you find his performance effective? Why or why not?
Speaking in Public. “Grand oratory” Job Interview Class Lecture Civic Engagement.
1 Matakuliah: G1062/Public Speaking Tahun: September 2006 Speaking in Public Pertemuan 1.
Chapter 1 Speaking in Public. Power of Public Speaking Historical significance: –Egyptian handbook – 4,500 years ago –Aristotle’s rhetoric (3 rd century.
Stephen E. Lucas C H A P T E R McGraw-Hill © 2007 Stephen E. Lucas. All rights reserved. 1 1 Speaking in Public.
Speech 1 Chapter 1 Model of Communication Shared Meaning Power and Privilege Responsibility and Apprehension Public Speaking vs. Conversation.
The McGraw-Hill Companies ∙ The Art of Public Speaking, 11th Edition © 2012 Stephen E. Lucas. All rights reserved.
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Persuasion Rhetoric: The art of persuasion. Greek philosopher Aristotle divided the means of persuasion into three primary categories or appeals.
Welcome to Episode #3! What does communication look like? Linear Model Interactive Model Transactional Model.
Speaking in Public. How Can This Course Help you? –Gain Real-Life Skills –Advance Professional Goals –Enhance Your Career as a Student –Become a more.
INTRODUCING… THE INTRODUCTORY SPEECH WHO ARE YOU INTRODUCING? UNIQUE ? WHAT MAKES THEM UNIQUE ? Influential people Memorable events Personal beliefs,
: the art or skill of speaking or writing formally and effectively especially as a way to persuade or influence people.
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Public Speaking at Park University 1 Public Speaking Foundations Content based on Lucas’ The Art of Public Speaking. The visuals are available for purchase.
Bellwork Write Questions 1.What do you think makes a good speech? List three qualities. 2. What do you think are your strong and weak points as a presenter?
Speaking in Public Lin-Lee Lee, Ph.D. April 4, 2006.
Chapters 1 & 2 Recap/Lecture. A valuable skill “means of civic engagement” (p. 5) An ethical responsibility A common fear (ranked higher than.
Stage Fright Fear/Anxiety over the prospect of giving a speech in front of an audience. “Glossophobia” or fear of public speaking.
Rhetorical Appeals ETHOS, PATHOS, and LOGOS. Rhetoric: (1)The art of speaking and writing effectively. (2) Art of persuasion through language.
LCCC ENG 111 KimAlyse Popkave, M.Ed., CMI, CPPC Instructor1.
Rhetorical Techniques. Rhetoric is the art of speaking or writing formally and effectively as a way to persuade or influence people. Rhetoric improves.
COMUNICACIÓN Y TECNOLOGÍA EDUCATIVA THE ART OF PUBLIC SPEAKING ELABORADO POR: CARMEN CANO.
: the art or skill of speaking or writing formally and effectively especially as a way to persuade or influence people rhet o ric.
RHETORICAL APPEALS ARISTOTLE & BEYOND. Rhetoric – the art of using language effectively and persuasively WHAT IS RHETORIC?
Rhetoric in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. Aristotle’s Rhetoric What does the term rhetoric mean? –Rhetoric is the art of persuasion; the ability to use.
Aristotle’s PeRsuasive Audience appeals. ARISTOTLE In Rhetoric, Aristotle describes three main types of rhetoric: ethos, logos, and pathos. Rhetoric (n)
The Rhetorical Triangle: Ethos, Pathos, Logos. Aristotle’s Rhetorical Triangle Aristotle taught that persuasive speaking is based on how well a speaker.
QUICK WRITE Make a list of synonyms and antonyms for the word PERSUADE. Complete the two sentence frames: If persuasion is successful, the reader will.
YURIANA ALCALA CH. 9 Source Characteristics. The Nature of Source Characteristics Historical background A taxonomy of source characteristics by William.
Journal A student who has not attended class all of cycle one, asks a teacher for work so he/she can pass. The teacher adamantly refuses, because he/she.
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1 PUBLIC SPEAKING PS IS A FORM OF EMPOWERMENT MASTERY OF PS SKILLS ALLOWS THE COMMUNICATION OF COMPLEX INFORMATION.
Ethos, Pathos, Logos. Bell Work What do you think about and/or feel when you look at this ad?
Public Speaking as Public Dialogue Cindy L. Griffin Colorado State University Public Speaking Online Lecture Series February 26, 2003.
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Persuasion Definitions. Definitions: 1. Persuasion as ‘communication intended to influence choice’. 2. Process of communication designed to modify the.
English 10. Rhetoric (n) - the art of speaking or writing effectively (Webster's Definition). According to Aristotle, rhetoric is "the ability, in each.
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The Forum: Aristotle’s Model of Communication. Who is Aristotle? A philosopher who lived in ancient Greece about 2300 years ago. He thought and wrote.
SPEAKING IN PUBLIC Chapter 1. The art of public speaking is useful in getting a job, employers tend to look for someone who can speak and consider among.
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