Fundamentals Of Communication

CMNS 101: Fundamentals of Communication General Education Common Graded Assignment: Speech Critique This is the final exam for this course Due: December 20 (by end of the day, 11:59 pm) Bonus: Submit December 16 (by end of the day, 11:59 pm) CMNS 101 Fundamentals of Communication is a general education course designed to assist students in the development of critical life skills. One of the goals of this assignment is to assess student competence for each of these objectives: Written and Oral Communication— demonstrate effective verbal and nonverbal techniques in a variety of settings; Critical Analysis and Reasoning—explain the impact of language on communication; Technological Competence— employ appropriate technology in the design and delivery of messages in various formats Information Literacy— demonstrate critical thinking in researching, organizing, and presenting information; Local and Global Diversity— analyze the variables that influence communication, including culture, gender, nonverbal settings, and symbols; Personal and Professional Ethics— identify factors that constitute ethical and unethical communication in a variety of contexts and audiences, including family, social, school, speech audiences, career environments, and diverse populations. In addition to the above general education objectives, this assignment assesses students’ understanding and application of the following skills and knowledge specific to the public speaking unit of this course: Ability to distinguish factors that constitute effective verbal and nonverbal delivery Ability to identify reliable and timely sources of information Ability to analyze effective organization and support of speech content ****************************************************************************** Assignment Specifications View the assigned speech: Jamila Lyiscott – 3 Ways to Speak English https://www.ted.com/talks/jamila_lyiscott_3_ways_to_speak_english After viewing the assigned speech, write a paper (must be a minimum of 750 words and should not exceed-1000 words in length, which is the equivalent to about 3-4 double- spaced typewritten pages) that addresses ALL of the questions below. Remember to use examples to support your answers. These papers should reflect CCBC English 101 writing standards (i.e. organized paragraphs, standard heading and format – refer to Basic Assignments- with minimal spelling and grammatical errors.) Also make sure that your answers for each question in the essay be at least a paragraph, as you are asked to provide a minimum number of examples for each question. Also remember to incorporate an Introduction and Conclusion.   ***************************************************************************** INTRODUCTION The introduction of the paper should provide insight and interest to the audience. Lead with a hook or an attention getter such as a rhetorical question, statistic, definition, humor or a statement (Hacker, 2003, p. 14). Include background information or orientation. Lastly, form a thesis statement that will include your main points (Hacker, p.13). BODY 1. How does the speaker’s background/experiences influence his/her perception of the topic? 2. What are they saying about their self-concept and/or their co-culture and how it relates to other co-cultures and realities? 3. How does the speaker consider the diversity (in terms of background, beliefs, and values) of the audience – including those watching online? 4. What aspects of the speaker’s verbal delivery were effective and/or ineffective? 5. What aspects of the speaker’s nonverbal deliver were effective and/or ineffective? 6. Research the sources used in the speech and evaluate whether they enhance the credibility of the speaker. Then find one source on the topic that the speaker could incorporate into their speech to enhance or support their speech. Explain the credibility of that source and why you selected it. 7. Discuss how the speaker avoided or displayed bias in the speech. Defend your position. CONCLUSION The conclusion should review and summarize your main points and leave the audience with something to think about (Hacker, p.16). For example, after you summarize your main points you may want to use a quote or a personal comment that captures how you feel about the speech. **************************************************************************** As a reminder, this should be written as a paper. DO NOT write this as a question/answer format

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