Fundamental of Oral Communications

1st page: Discuss “Relational Dialectics” Which of the three dialectical tensions (internal form) has the greatest impact on a relationship. The three dialectical tensions are: connection/autonomy, predictablity/novelty, and openness/closedness. Provide an example to support your conclusion. Examples may be from your experiences, they may be real or hypothetical or from a book, movie, social media or other sources. Your post should be between 6-8 sentences AND Also provide a reply on this with 4-5 sentences, “I believe that all three of these dialectical tensions have an impact in every relationship, however the one I think has the greatest impact is openness/closeness. I don’t think a relationship has a chance of thriving if one or both parties in the relationship is closed off and doesn’t share information about themselves, their likes/dislikes, why and how something bothers them, etc. Then the other party feels excluded, or jumps to conclusions about why the other person is acting that way or is mad. In the beginning of my relationship with my husband I had a hard time expressing myself when I was angry, I would just shut myself off and be silent. This did nothing good for our relationship, and could have been an issue that lead to its demise had I not worked on communicating my feelings and sharing why I was upset.”

2-4 page: Informative Speech and Outline:
This speech is to be a well-developed presentation designed to provide new and interesting information to the audience. The audience is your instructor and classmates. You may pick any topic. (CHOOSE ANY DON’T COPY THE ATTACHMENTS)The topic should be narrowed to stay within the time limitations and provide for sufficient depth of analysis. The topic should be well researched. Attempt to cover the topic objectively. The speech should follow the (SKELETON OUTLINE FORMAT)<— ATTACHED. The introduction should contain attention material, orienting information, a thesis statement, and an overview. The body should have between 2-5 main points. The conclusion should have a summary and concluding remarks. The speech should be 4-6 minutes long. Delivery should be extemporaneous. Informative Speech Outline: A typed 2-3 page detailed outline and 1 page Works Cited page is due with the speech. The outline must follow the skeleton format. You may use sentences and/or phrases in the outline. A minimum of 4 research sources should be included in the Works Cited page.

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5th page:. “Extemporaneous Delivery”. Provide an example of a speech that was delivered extemporaneously. Use the example to illustrate the pros (there are cons, in this discussion we will focus on pros) of extemporaneous delivery. Your post should be 4-8 sentences.
Example Post:
“Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. utilized extemporaneous delivery in the last half of his ‘I have a Dream’ speech. Extemporaneous delivery allowed him to develop strong pathos appeals. During the last half of the speech he spoke from his heart linking the speech to his faith, his children, and the audience. There is a significant difference between the first half of the speech when he used a manuscript and the second half that was extemporaneous. The extemporaneous delivery was vivid and compelling. Powerful nonverbal components of Dr. King’s delivery were amplified with extemporaneous delivery.” AND Provide a reply to this 4-5 sentences. “The Rocky” Johnson’s speech from Los Angeles Lakers Genius Series is a great example of extemporaneous speech. His speech gives audiences strong motivations. He utilized extemporaneous way to tell his true life, how he went through the hard time and became what he is today. Also, his speech has a time line format, it gives better idea for him to follow. If he would just read out from a piece of paper, it will not be so vivid and energetic expressions.”

6-9 pages: Persuasive Speech and Persuasive Speech Outline:
This speech should attempt to modify the attitudes, beliefs, and/or values of the audience. You may pick any topic. (CHOOSE ANY TOPIC DON’T COPY THE TOPIC ATTACHED).The topic should be narrowed to stay within the time limitations and provide for sufficient depth of analysis. The speech should be 5-7 minutes. The speech should be researched, arranged, and delivered following guidelines presented in Blackboard. The speech should be subjective in nature arguing for or against a position. You may follow Monroe’s Motivated Sequence (Attention, Need, Satisfaction, Visualization, and Action) or another appropriate organizational pattern. A minimum of 3 research sources should be cited during the speech. Persuasive Speech Outline: A typed 2-3 page detailed outline and 1 page Works Cited page is due with your speech. The outline must follow the skeleton format discussed in Blackboard. You may use sentences and phrases in the outline. A minimum of 5 research sources should be included in the Works Cited page. The Works Cited page should follow MLA format.

10th page: Is all human communication persuasive?
Support your position with at least one specific example in 4-8 sentences and reply to this in 4-5 sentences. “I agree with “all human communication persuasive”. I realized in any conversations, people like or purposely pick topics that they know about, and give out their opinions, which is potentially persuasive. Even the informative speech, we tend to pick a topic that we know about it or confident about, so it can welled educate audiences, and that is another persuasive purpose. I feel when people have knowledges about something, they have strong judgement about it, and that is persuasion.”
– In most persuasive situations is charisma or competence more important?
Support your position with at least one specific example in 4-8 sentences.

11-15 pages: Persuasive Speech Analysis Paper
Type a 3-5 page research/analysis paper using ethos, pathos, and logos as tools for analyzing one speech from “I have a Dream” speech by Martin Luther King JR. You can find videos of many of the more recent speeches that are on the list, you may write the paper with just a written copy of the speech you are analyzing. To complete this, conduct research about ethos, pathos and/or logos. Read at least two research articles (or books) that cover some aspect of ethos, pathos, and/or logos. Use the information from the articles to help you analyze the effectiveness of the speech. Cite the two research sources in the text of your paper and in the Works Cited page. The paper may analyze the speech using only ethos or pathos or logos, you may also use all three or two of them. You may also discuss the relationship between ethos, pathos, and logos in your paper. Cite specific examples from the speech to support your conclusions. Follow MLA (Modern Language Association).

16th page: ‘Groupthink’
Provide an example Groupthink, from a group you have been involved with or observed. Cite 2-3 symptoms of Groupthink the group exhibited. Provide examples of the 2-3 symptoms cited. Symptoms include: invulnerable, rationalizations, stereotyping, self-censorship, unanimous decisions, mind guarding, illusion of morality, pressure to conform. (6-8 sentences)
Identify the use of one of the 5 power types (coercive, reward, legitimate, expert, referent) by a group member from a group that you have been involved with or observed (in person, a movie, on-line etc.). Briefly explain why you think the use of power was effective or ineffective. Cite a specific example. (7-9 sentences)

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