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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Oral Communication Getting Started Advice

Get started by making the choice to remain current on your reading, on assignments, quizes and tests. Attend class, participate in class and do not let fear get the best of you. Use the resources provided with this blog, with Angel or Web CT (depending on class school and section). Use the Content Tab, Resources and Study Material, #1 Getting Started files.
As an instructor I am avalailable through Angel or Web CT  (as a first choice), by your response and questions in this blog (second choice), at select office or lab hours (highly recommended) or by e-mail at

Speech Apprehension and Public Speaking Advice
There is no right or wrong way to do a speech. You need to take into consideration the location, the event, the purpose of the speech, the message of the speech, what type of speech or presentation are you doing, what tools are available for presentation aids, who are your audience, what is their background and most of all your own personality, experience and gifts.
In public speaking research, rehearsal and preparation are keys you need to master. And above all you must see yourself as capable of mastering speech apprehension (fear) and getting up and sharing with an audience.
Hang in there. Students do survive to use what they learn in this course to advance other grades, succeed at their jobs, launch new professions and become more active in their communities.
You can too.



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