5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Three categories of informative speeches.
- Thesis statement for a public presentation
- Comparisons and Contrasts
- Personal Appearance
- a Reflects who you are and how you want people to perceive you and your relationship with them
- b A speaker's voices is a key component in the development of a conversational and relational style of delivery, which is accomplished in part through variation of pitch, rate, pauses, and volume
- c comparing likenesses and contrasting differences in information, subjects, people, places, etc.
- d Declarative statement; single idea of a presentation
- e Speeches of Definition and Description
Process and "How-to" speeches
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Logical appeals
- In the most effective speeches, the speaker conflicts with the audience in a relational way.
- Emotional appeals
- Involves being energetic and enthusiastic.
- - Know your Topic.
-Know your Audience.
-Know your Speech.
-Focus on your Message, not yourself.
-Recognize your value and uniqueness.
5 True/False Questions
importance of transitions. → they allow you to give the audience a preview of what you are going to talk about next.
Speeches to Actuate-persuasive → Reinforce existing thinking,
Change existing thinking,
Create new ways of thinking.
six organizational patterns for a speech. → location
Informative Speeches → Speeches to Convince
Speeches to Actuate- Reinforce existing behavior, Alter existing behavior, Cease existing behavior, Enact new behavior, and Avoid future behavior.
Audience beliefs → what you hold to be true or false, are formed like attitudes through your direct experience, as well as through media, personal and social relationships, and cultural views of the world.