Informative Speech : Speech Outline

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Emily Murray Informative Speech Outline General Purpose: To Inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience how Communication Technology is now the face to face human communication; instant, easily accessible and more convenient but you lose a sense of warmth and meaning when all your communication is conducted electronically. Central idea: Humans have always communicated face-to-face and the use of technology poses cognitive obstacles to communication. The lack of human presence during technology-mediated communication contributes to less nonverbal cues possibly creating a politer conversation if it is not face-to-face. I. Introduction A. Attention Getter: “We live in a technological world in which we are always communicating and yet…show more content…
people could communicate and the longevity of the information, those inventions were based on the key concept of the symbol. 3. As communication has evolved from Ancient times of cravings in rocks to pictograph, ideograms and alphabets to 1500 -1800 where printing was invented. Now for the 19th through the 21st Century communications is far more efficient from postage to radio broadcasting to internet which has become an important form of communication. ii. However, for many of us, face-to-face communication seems to be a dying art – replaced by text messaging, e-mails, and social media. Human communication and interactions are shaped by available technologies 1. Face-to-face discussions are the foundation of human communication; once established, it allows us to build trust, clearly articulate our ideas and minimize misunderstanding. 2. Face-to-face communication seems to be a dying art – replaced by text messaging, e-mails, and social media. Human communication and interactions are shaped by available technologies. 3. As people decide to use technology to communicate more and talk to people less, a potential decline of verbal speaking skills, social skills, and a lack of human presence and warmth may occur. B. Throughout history, technological innovations have advanced and

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