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use color to create interest
make sure they're big enough
coordinate visual and verbal message
make sure they're neat and professional
keep them clear and simple
5 suggestions for creating visuals
B
c,i
c, s
v,vm
degree of prior success
" " " evaluaion, novelty, conspicuousness
uncertainty
5 external causes for stage fright
long drawn out introductions
pretenses
relying on relevance
first words u speak should be created after not before the body
appologizing for lack of preparation
5 pitfalls when making an introduction
pick a topic ur comfortable with
take time and prepare
pick a time that's psychologically best for you
think of good presentation experiences
pause before you begin
5 methods of dealing with speech anxiety
Components of Linear Communication model
Sender: prepare info, encode, present
Reciever: listen, decode, feedback
Context: historical, physical, psychological, cultural
Noise: physiological, psychological, physical, semantic
process audience uses to transform messages back into ideas and feelings
decoding
source or originator of the communication message
speaker
body movement, posture, gestures
*body movement
*posture
*gesture
Kinesics and types of
looks at distance
ex: physical-how far
ex: phsychological-percieved distance
proxemics and types of
proxemics, kinesics, facial expressions, vocalics
Types of non-verbal communication
everything but talking
nonverbal communication
How to cope with stage fright
PICK A TOPIC UR COMFORTABLE WITH
TAKE TIME TO PREPARE
PICK A TIME THAT'S PSYCHOLOGICALLY BEST FOR U
THINK OF GOOD PRESENTATION EXPERIENCES
PAUSE BEFORE YOU BEGIN
BEING CENTER OF ATTENTION
degree of conspicuousness
diffuses audience hostility
humor
a _________ statement refers to the overall intent of the speech
general purpose
ring gesture is an example of
emblem
trait like,
context based
audience based
situational
Communication apprehensions
for every new situation you're put into, you're more likely to have stage fright
degree of novelty
past experiences determine future amount of future stage fright
degeree of prior success
being critiqued of judged
degree of evaluation
degree of prior success, evaluation, novelty, conspicuousness, and uncertainty
external causes of stage fright
unprofitable
healthy
danger
RED
any disruption in the flow of communication
noise
physiological : internal, biological distraction
psychological: internal distraction involving thought process
internal noises
corporate, reliable
dead
cold, water
Blue
physical
historical
psychological
cultural
Contexts
listens, decodes information, gives feedback
audience, reciever
statements needed to move speech smoothly from main point to main point
transitions
normally you don't have apprehension but something unexpected happens
situational apprehension
two basic types of communication
transactional and linear
sender, reciever, context noise
linear communication model
speaking rate, volume, pitch, tone
vocalics
audience of 20+ pple
public speaking
glaring light is an example of _____
physical noise
the process speaker uses to transform ideas and feelings into words, sounds and actions
encoding
the more you don't know the more you'll experience stage fright
degree of uncertainty
tells audience how u feel about your topic and yourself as the speaker
facial expressions
hand and arm movement
emblems
illustrators
gestures and types of
interpersonal
small group
large meeting
public speaking
types of communication settings
individual's level of fear or anxiety associated with either real or anticipated communication with another person or persons
communication apprehension
physical and semantic
external noises
experiences apprehension in one general setting
context-based communication apprehension
shy person, communication apprehension across all settings
trait-like communication apprehension
audience of 3-12 pple
small group
an audience of 2 pple
interpersonal setting
important, jaundice, caution
yellow
audience of 12-20 pple
large meeting
depends on type of person in audience that could cause apprehension
audience based communication apprehension
least severe type of communication apprehension
situational
do not jar audience by ending speech too abruptly
conclusion pitfall
the level of anxiety you experience prior to giving a speech; including nervousness
adaptation reaction
level of fear a person anticipates or actually experiences when speaking to an audience
public speaking apprehension
surge in your anxiety level that you feel as you begin to speak
confrontation reaction
cool, subdued
infected
safe
green
_____is the specific intent phrased in a complete sentence
specific purpose
gradual decline of your anxiety level 1 min. into speech and declines in about 5 min.
anticipation reaction