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what are the parts in the speech communication process model?
speakers, message, channel, listener, feedback, interference, and situation.
Ethnocentrism is defined as:
considering your own cultural values as more important when interacting with people of a different culture.
Three purposes of speeches
to inform, to persuade, and to entertain.
what does ethos, pathos, logos, and kairos have to do with public speaking?
Ethos is about establishing your authority to speak on the subject, logos is your logical argument for your point and pathos is your attempt to sway an audience emotionally.
what is stereotyping an audience?
Age, race, sex ethnicity, sexual orientation, disabilities
the role of listening/types of listening?
Informational listening. When you want to learn something, you'll use informational listening to understand and retain information. ...
Discriminative listening. ...
Biased listening. ...
Sympathetic listening. ...
Comprehensive listening. ...
Empathetic or therapeutic listening. ...
Listening is the ability to accurately receive and interpret messages in the communication process
what are connectives?
Connectives are words or phrases that join the thoughts of a speech together and indicate the relationship between them
What is extemporaneous ?
carefully prepared, rehearsed speech presented from brief notes
what is enunciation?
Enunciation is to say the word or the sentence clearly so everybody can hear you well, instead of mumbling the words
what is articulation?
the formation of clear and distinct sounds in speech
ways to combat nervousness?
Know your topic. ...
Get organized. ...
Practice, and then practice some more. ...
Challenge specific worries. ...
Visualize your success. ...
Do some deep breathing. ...
Focus on your material, not on your audience. ...
Don't fear a moment of silence.
Two types of outlines for speeches
preparation outlines and speaking outlines
what are visual aid and gestures
lthough they are called visual aids, they are any sensory element added to the speech to enhance the speaker's message. Typically, speakers use visual elements, such as graphs and charts, but visual aids can also include items for the audience to hear, touch, taste, or smell.
what is evidence used for in a speech
A speech is about making a claim and providing evidence to support your claim. Evidence used should support your claim/thesis and be concise and clear.
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