comm310 | undergraduate
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Speaking and Listening
- Compare the different modes of delivery when speaking in public.
- Describe the defining characteristics of public speaking.
- Describe ways to improve listening skills.
Speech Preparationâ Getting Started
- Analyze an audience in preparation for a speech.
- Determine an appropriate topic for a speech, given the task, scope, and audience.
Speech Preparationâ Researching, Organizing, and Outlining
- Demonstrate an effective organizational format in a speech.
- Create an outline for a speech.
- Conduct research for a speech.
- Analyze a speech, identifying aspects of effective speech content and delivery.
Presenting the Speechâ Language and Media
- Compare various forms of media for use in oral presentations.
- Use effective media in an oral presentation.
- Demonstrate effective voice and body language in an oral presentation.
Presenting the Final Speechâ Persuasive Speaking Techniques
- Describe guidelines for ethical speaking.
- Demonstrate effective persuasion skills and methods.
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