adjusting one's material and delivery to meet the listeners' needs
the part of the introduction designed to capture audience interest
collecting information about audience characteristics.
Audience Centered Speaker
one who tries to establish a meaningful connection with listeners.
generating many ideas quickly and uncritically.
the key concept of a speech.
audience perception of a speaker as believable, trustworthy and competent.
judging other cultures as inferior to one's own culture.
whatever is communicated verbally and nonverbally to the listener.
the part of the introduction that gives listeners the information they need to fully understand and believe the rest of the speech.
stealing the ideas or words of another and passing them off as one's own.
what is owned by the community at large; unprotected by patent or copyright.
an arrangement of information in terms of physical space, such as top to bottom.
the originator of a message sent to a listener.
the precise goal that a speaker wants to achieve.
an act, word, or object that is forbidden on grounds of morality or taste.
an expression that links ideas and shows the relationship between them.