CALS 183 Communication Methods Lecture Nine Outline,Tuesday, 27 October 2009, 1:00-2:15, 108 Lafayette
Attendance speech: State your name, pause, and tell us who you hope wins the baseball world series this year.
ANNOUNCEMENTS & REMINDERS:
Arrive Early for lab! If you are not in your seat, prepared for your role by 12:50: -1% of course grade!
page paper critiquing a formal speech given outside of class (due: THIS FRIDAY Oct 30, 4pm) lab peer edited: hand in first draft with your editors comments and signature, and your final draft. Must be printed (not accepted as an email attachment). Hand in to your TAs, or put in Dr. Leonard's mailbox in Morrill Hall, or slip under office door 208H Morrill.
Speak Off: Best Choice from each lab will be presented in lecture. Winner gets 100% on the Final Exam, participants get +10% added to their final exam score.
Be sure you know your Speech date and lab role assignment, these have been updated!
What the TAs and I have noticed need to be improved from observing the presentations and reading reflections:
-Mental Dialog must be obvious in the persuasive presentation! Mental dialog is what distinguishes a persuasive presentation from other forms of public speaking.
-For your reflection paper and folders (Persuasive and Choice presentations), be sure to include all the required components. See Syllabus link.
-Be sure to PROOF READ (out loud) your reflection papers.
Formal Class Introductions (graded, 5%). Don't End with "That's about it", no hats, no gum, hands out of pockets.
Second Half of Beck Weathers's Everest talk.