CALS 183 Communication Methods
Outline, Tuesday February 21, Thursday February 23 ,
CALS 183: Students go to
one lecture and one lab per week
A (CRN 11224) Tuesdays 2:50-4:05pm Lafayette L108
Lecture B (CRN 11614) Thursdays
2:50-4:05pm Lafayette L108
Return PRESENT YOURSELF QUIZ
- Find out who is in your group for
Group Critical Analysis Presentations.
Week : February 20 - 24 NO LABS
Monday is Presidents Day, Feb 20). LECTURES will meet.
- Bring Flash Drive (2+
Gigs) to lab when you present.
- Check Syllabus
speaking schedule for when you are presenting
and your lab role.
Critique assignment Due in Lab NEXT WEEK: Feb 27-March 3 (edited
& final draft). See UVM lecture calendar
site. If late -10% the first week, -20% the second week, then NO CREDIT!
The single most important thing to do
in preparing to speak: Practice in front
of others and get feedback!
Tips from TAs:
Group Critical Analysis Presentation
review. Raw Milk & Harry Potter Examples.
- Hooks -
at the beginning of any presentation, you need to get the attention of the audience.
- Objective: You should say "After my presentation you will know
.......". Saying "Today I'm
going to talk to you about....."
is NOT an objective!
THE CRITIQUE SHEETS!
- Repeat any questions asked at the end.
- Check your the speech date and lab
roles link on syllabus
- Pause for EFFECT.
- Take your
hat off! No hats, no gum
- If you
use the projector - go to
the lab room a few days
ahead and practice! It
is your responsibility to
know the computer
and projector equipment
and to set up ahead - it
is not the responsibility
of the TAs.
-Get the contact information (phone #, email)
of all your group members
-Decide on a controversial
-Find TWO ARTICLES - one for, one against
-Decide who will be moderator
-Decide who will do the
analysis for each article
-Decide when your group will
meet to practice
Informational Presentation suggested order of things to do:
1. Mind Map first draft
2. Research your topic
4. Mind Map
5. Presentation outline
(big font, one sheet)
6. Practice at least three times in front of friends
and get feedback
7. GIVE YOUR PRESENTATION
8. View your presentation, read peer evaluations,
9. Write your reflection paper
10. Assemble your reflection folder: Reflection
Folder Checklist folder is due at the beginning of lab the
following week. Here's an example of the Contents
of the Reflection Folder.
Persuasive Talk Preview: Joe Smith, "How
to use a Paper Towel"