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Introduction to Public Speaking
Abstract Word
Axiology
Channel
Communicator
Words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
A part of worldview; refers to an individual or group's value…
The means through which the message travels.
The people in the interaction or speech setting who encode an…
Abstract Word
Words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
Axiology
A part of worldview; refers to an individual or group's value…
24 terms
Introduction to Public Speaking
Directions: Follow these steps
Abstract Word
Axiology
Channel
#1. Copy the following terms in your notebook.... #2. Once you h…
Words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
A part of worldview; refers to an individual or group's value…
The means through which the message travels.
Directions: Follow these steps
#1. Copy the following terms in your notebook.... #2. Once you h…
Abstract Word
Words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
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Introduction to Public Speaking
What are two benefits of the study of…
Describe Public Speaking in the Fourth…
Describe Public Speaking in the Sixtee…
Describe Public Speaking in the Eighte…
1. Empowerment 2. Employment
Greek rhetoric flourishes in the Age of Aristotle. Roman orat…
European clergy are the primary practitioners of Public Speak…
American patriots make impassioned public pleas for independe…
What are two benefits of the study of…
1. Empowerment 2. Employment
Describe Public Speaking in the Fourth…
Greek rhetoric flourishes in the Age of Aristotle. Roman orat…
24 terms
Introduction to Public Speaking
Directions: Follow these steps
Abstract Word
Axiology
Channel
#1. Copy the following terms in your notebook.... #2. Once you h…
Words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
A part of worldview; refers to an individual or group's value…
The means through which the message travels.
Directions: Follow these steps
#1. Copy the following terms in your notebook.... #2. Once you h…
Abstract Word
Words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
23 terms
Introduction to Public Speaking
Abstract Word
Axiology
Channel
Communicator
Words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
A part of worldview; refers to an individual or group's value…
The means through which the message travels.
The people in the interaction or speech setting who encode an…
Abstract Word
Words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
Axiology
A part of worldview; refers to an individual or group's value…
30 terms
Introduction to Public Speaking
Persuasion
How do you persuade someone?
Manipulation
The light side of persuasion attempts to
The use of speech to influence others through reason, credibi…
We do it by largely presenting better or more believable argu…
Deception in your speech, making unsound arguments appear to…
Influence an audience in context of an ethical speaking relat…
Persuasion
The use of speech to influence others through reason, credibi…
How do you persuade someone?
We do it by largely presenting better or more believable argu…
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Introduction to public speaking DSST
Artistic Appeal
Ethos
Acceptance Speech
Analogical Reasoning
Types of appeals that speakers could control such as the way…
Type of person that you ae and your skills, i.e., education,…
A speech which is given in response to a speech of presentation
An inference method which considers two similar situations an…
Artistic Appeal
Types of appeals that speakers could control such as the way…
Ethos
Type of person that you ae and your skills, i.e., education,…
23 terms
Introduction to Public Speaking
Abstract Word
Axiology
Channel
Communicator
Words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
A part of worldview; refers to an individual or group's value…
The means through which the message travels.
The people in the interaction or speech setting who encode an…
Abstract Word
Words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
Axiology
A part of worldview; refers to an individual or group's value…
21 terms
Introduction to public speaking
3 benefits of a public speaking course
Identify and explain 7 elements of the…
Speaker
Listener
Learn to speak to a public audience... Learn skills to apply to…
Speaker, listener,message,channel,feedback,interference, situ…
The originator of a message sent to a listener.
The receiver of the speaker's message.
3 benefits of a public speaking course
Learn to speak to a public audience... Learn skills to apply to…
Identify and explain 7 elements of the…
Speaker, listener,message,channel,feedback,interference, situ…
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Introduction to Public Speaking (Chap. 1)
Speaker
Listener
Channel
Feedback
the originator of a message sent to a listener
the receiver of the speaker's message
the pathway used to transmit a message
verbal and non-verbal responses made by the listener to a spe…
Speaker
the originator of a message sent to a listener
Listener
the receiver of the speaker's message
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Public Speaking: CH 1 Introduction to Public Speaking
Speaker
Listener
Message
Channel
The originator of a message sent to a listener.
The receiver of the speaker's message.
Whatever is communicated verbally and nonverbally to the list…
The pathway used to transmit a message.
Speaker
The originator of a message sent to a listener.
Listener
The receiver of the speaker's message.
9 terms
Introduction to Public Speaking
similarities between public speaking a…
differences between public speaking an…
Lasswell's model of communication (5)
A communicator should... (3)
1) logical organization ... 2) audience tailoring... 3) reach maxim…
1) public speaking is highly structured... 2) public speaking re…
1) communicator ... 2) message ... 3) medium... 4) receiver... 5) effect
1) have goals ... 2) be credible ... 3) be prepared
similarities between public speaking a…
1) logical organization ... 2) audience tailoring... 3) reach maxim…
differences between public speaking an…
1) public speaking is highly structured... 2) public speaking re…
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Introduction To Public Speaking
Extemporaneous Delivery
Pitch
Types of Informative Speeches
Advantages of Using Visual Aids
with careful preparation but with minimal notes and less form…
the highness or lowness of your voice; your voices upward or…
Speech of Description, Speech of Demonstration, Speech of Exp…
adds clarity, promotes understanding, helps audience remember…
Extemporaneous Delivery
with careful preparation but with minimal notes and less form…
Pitch
the highness or lowness of your voice; your voices upward or…
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Introduction to public speaking
Public speaking
Audience analysis
Audience goal
Introduction
When one person addresses a group for a specific purpose
Any information about the audience that helps the speaker com…
What the listeners should be able to do or know after the spe…
Gains the audiences attention and tells the listeners about t…
Public speaking
When one person addresses a group for a specific purpose
Audience analysis
Any information about the audience that helps the speaker com…
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Introduction to Public Speaking
Abstract word
Axiology
channel
communicator
(1) words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed fr…
A part of worldview; refers to an individual or group's value…
the means through which the message travels
the people in the interaction or speech setting who encode an…
Abstract word
(1) words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed fr…
Axiology
A part of worldview; refers to an individual or group's value…
Introduction to Public Speaking
What is Persuasion?
Preaching to the Choir
Closed Minded
Target Audience
It is a speech designed to change or reinforce the audience's…
Talking to people who already agree with you.
People who do not agree with you and who won't change.
The portion of the whole audience that the speaker most wants…
What is Persuasion?
It is a speech designed to change or reinforce the audience's…
Preaching to the Choir
Talking to people who already agree with you.
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Public Speaking: Introduction PPT
What is the speech communication proce…
Speaker
Listener
Feedback
The speaker delivers a message to the listener who in turn de…
The person creating or organizing information and presenting…
The collection of individuals receiving the message.
The reactions, thoughts, and emotions communicated to the spe…
What is the speech communication proce…
The speaker delivers a message to the listener who in turn de…
Speaker
The person creating or organizing information and presenting…
24 terms
Introduction to Public Speaking
Directions: Follow these steps
Abstract Word
Axiology
Channel
#1. Copy the following terms in your notebook.... #2. Once you h…
Words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
A part of worldview; refers to an individual or group's value…
The means through which the message travels.
Directions: Follow these steps
#1. Copy the following terms in your notebook.... #2. Once you h…
Abstract Word
Words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
10 terms
Introduction to Public Speaking
Public Speaking
Invention (5COR)
Disposition (5COR)
Style (5COR)
One person speaks to a group, without interruption
Creation of the speech, consider audience, choose topic, defi…
Organize your ideas, Introduction, Body, Conclusion, Connect…
Way story is told; vocabulary, grammar, understandability of…
Public Speaking
One person speaks to a group, without interruption
Invention (5COR)
Creation of the speech, consider audience, choose topic, defi…
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Introduction to public speaking
Specific purpose
Brainstorming
General purpose
Central idea
Phrase that states precisely what a speaker hopes to accompli…
Method of developing ideas for speech topics by free associat…
The broad goal of a speech
One sentence statement that sums up or encapsulates the major…
Specific purpose
Phrase that states precisely what a speaker hopes to accompli…
Brainstorming
Method of developing ideas for speech topics by free associat…
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Introduction to Public Speaking
public speaking
encoding
decoding
communicator
a core skill necessary "both for a globally engaged democracy…
the process of taking an idea or mental image, associating th…
the reverse process of listening to words, thinking about the…
refers to all of the people in the interaction or speech sett…
public speaking
a core skill necessary "both for a globally engaged democracy…
encoding
the process of taking an idea or mental image, associating th…
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Chapter : Introduction to Public Speaking
Abstract Word
Axiology
Channel
Communicator
words that refer to IDEAS or CONCEPTS that are removed from m…
A part of worldview, refers to an indificual or group's value…
The means through which the message travels
The people in the interaction or speech setting who encode an…
Abstract Word
words that refer to IDEAS or CONCEPTS that are removed from m…
Axiology
A part of worldview, refers to an indificual or group's value…
150 terms
Introduction to Public Speaking (DANTE)
Which type of connective is the follow…
When an audience believes the speaker…
A student has to write an essay and do…
The elements of a speech which the spe…
b) internal Preview: reviews what was just covered and introd…
a) initial credibility: when the speaker already has the audi…
d) incremental plagiarism: incorporating an idea from another…
c) residual message: the main points, sub points, and general…
Which type of connective is the follow…
b) internal Preview: reviews what was just covered and introd…
When an audience believes the speaker…
a) initial credibility: when the speaker already has the audi…
24 terms
Introduction to Public Speaking
Directions: Follow these steps
Abstract Word
Axiology
Channel
#1. Copy the following terms in your notebook.... #2. Once you h…
Words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
A part of worldview; refers to an individual or group's value…
The means through which the message travels.
Directions: Follow these steps
#1. Copy the following terms in your notebook.... #2. Once you h…
Abstract Word
Words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
56 terms
Introduction to Public Speaking
What are the 5 parts of a speech?
What are the 4 types of human communic…
Where did public speaking start?
Rhetorical Situation
invention, arrangement, style, memory, delivery
dyadic, small group, mass, public speaking
rhetoric was the original name, public meetings were held in…
circumstance calling for a public response
What are the 5 parts of a speech?
invention, arrangement, style, memory, delivery
What are the 4 types of human communic…
dyadic, small group, mass, public speaking
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Introduction to Public Speaking Final
Acceptance Speech
After Dinner Speech
Ceremonial Speech
Commemorative Speech
Thank the presenter, thank supporters, talk about the award,…
Primary purpose is to entertain. Presents information or pers…
Given at an occasion such as celebration/thanking someone/or…
Delivered during special ceremonies held to celebrate some pa…
Acceptance Speech
Thank the presenter, thank supporters, talk about the award,…
After Dinner Speech
Primary purpose is to entertain. Presents information or pers…
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Introduction to Public Speaking and Culture
Culture
Co-cultures
Rhetorically sensitive
Core cultural resources
System of beliefs, values, behaviors and norms and underlying…
Subgroups of culture characterized by differences between the…
The ability to adapt to a variety of social situations
Beliefs, attitudes, and values that define what a culture see…
Culture
System of beliefs, values, behaviors and norms and underlying…
Co-cultures
Subgroups of culture characterized by differences between the…
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Introduction to Public Speaking Notes
Why to learn to speak publicly?
How does public speaking benefit your…
How does public speaking benefit your…
How does public speaking benefit your…
Benefits your public life.... Benefits your professional life.... B…
Improves your ability to speak out about issues in the commun…
Teaches your how to communicate effectively.... Can communicate…
Helps you develop self-esteem and confidence. ... Articulation.
Why to learn to speak publicly?
Benefits your public life.... Benefits your professional life.... B…
How does public speaking benefit your…
Improves your ability to speak out about issues in the commun…
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Chapter One--Introduction to Public Speaking
rhetorical style
Africa
Western
Asian (?)
the way one builds and presents an argument (different based…
earliest rhetoric text from Egypt 2,500 BCE
began in greece 500 BCE with the development of democracy
much of what is known from the "Tao Te Ching"
rhetorical style
the way one builds and presents an argument (different based…
Africa
earliest rhetoric text from Egypt 2,500 BCE
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Chapter 1: Introduction to Public Speaking
3 Benefits of Public Speaking
The Essential Elements of Public Speak…
Speaker
Audience
a. Public Speaking Abilities... b. Personal and Social Competenc…
- Speaker... - Audience... - Message... - Noise... - Context... - Channel... -…
presents a relatively continuous message to a relatively larg…
group of people listening to or reading a message or speech
3 Benefits of Public Speaking
a. Public Speaking Abilities... b. Personal and Social Competenc…
The Essential Elements of Public Speak…
- Speaker... - Audience... - Message... - Noise... - Context... - Channel... -…
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Chapter 1: Introduction To Public Speaking
Abstract Word
Axiology
Channel
Communicator
Words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
A part of worldview; refers to individual or groups value sys…
The means through which the message travels
The people in the interaction or speech setting who encode an…
Abstract Word
Words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
Axiology
A part of worldview; refers to individual or groups value sys…
Public Speaking, Part 1-Introduction
Empowerment
Declamation
Elocution
Source
Influence and potential leadership, gained in part by speakin…
The delivery of an already famous speech
The expression of emotion through posture, movements, gesture…
The public speaker
Empowerment
Influence and potential leadership, gained in part by speakin…
Declamation
The delivery of an already famous speech
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chapter 1 introduction to public speaking
abstract word
axiology
channel
communicator
words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
a part of a worldview; refers to an individual or group's val…
the means through which the message travels
the people in the interaction or speech setting who encode an…
abstract word
words that refer to ideas or concepts that are removed from m…
axiology
a part of a worldview; refers to an individual or group's val…
10 terms
Introduction to Public Speaking Chapter 1
Epistemology
Cosmology
Axiology
Ontology
The way that we acquire knowledge and/or what counts as knowl…
The way that we see our relationship to the universe and to o…
A part of worldview; refers to an individual or group's value…
A part of worldview; refers to an individual's or group's bel…
Epistemology
The way that we acquire knowledge and/or what counts as knowl…
Cosmology
The way that we see our relationship to the universe and to o…
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Introduction to Public Speaking -Course Overview
eulogies
blossom
talents
inscrutable
悼詞
開花
人才
高深莫測
eulogies
悼詞
blossom
開花
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Public Speaking
Abstract Word
Axiology
Channel
Communicator
Words that refer to ideas or... concepts that are removed from... m…
A part of worldview; refers to an... individual or group's value…
The means through which the... message travels.
The people in the interaction or... speech setting who encode an…
Abstract Word
Words that refer to ideas or... concepts that are removed from... m…
Axiology
A part of worldview; refers to an... individual or group's value…
21 terms
Chapter 1: Introduction to Public Speaking
Rhetoric/Oratory
Interpersonal/Dyadic communication
Small Group communication
What's the benefit to small group comm…
The art of giving speeches, particularly persuasive ones
the exchange of messages between a small number of people gat…
the exchange of messages between a small number of people gat…
You may possibly sound better as a group that as individuals
Rhetoric/Oratory
The art of giving speeches, particularly persuasive ones
Interpersonal/Dyadic communication
the exchange of messages between a small number of people gat…
Introduction to Public Speaking Final Vocab
Components to evaluating internet reso…
Research
Deep web
3 purposes of supporting material
Purpose, expertise, objectivity, accuracy, timeliness
The process of gathering evidence and arguments to understand…
Database of internet info posted by public, government, corpo…
clarity, vividness, credibility
Components to evaluating internet reso…
Purpose, expertise, objectivity, accuracy, timeliness
Research
The process of gathering evidence and arguments to understand…
20 terms
Chapter 1 - Introduction to Public Speaking and Culture
core cultural resources
culture
co-cultures
oral culture
systems of intertwined beliefs, attitudes, and values that un…
integrated system of learned beliefs, values, and behaviors t…
groups that share many aspects of the dominant culture, but d…
no way to record, store, or transmit ideas, so speakers or au…
core cultural resources
systems of intertwined beliefs, attitudes, and values that un…
culture
integrated system of learned beliefs, values, and behaviors t…
26 terms
Introduction to Public Speaking (ch.1)
Communication
Points of divergence
Can you communicate with yourself?
Does communication have to be intentio…
-When a sender encodes a message through signals to the recei…
the split of opinions on the topic of communication... 1. Can yo…
- The first point of divergence in communication... - Many peopl…
- the second point of divergence in communication... - Some beli…
Communication
-When a sender encodes a message through signals to the recei…
Points of divergence
the split of opinions on the topic of communication... 1. Can yo…
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Public Speaking
Public Speaking
Empowerment
Critical Thinking
Source
Process of presenting a message to an audience, small or large
ability to speak with competence and confidence
to be able to listen and analyze information you hear so that…
information and ideas for an audience
Public Speaking
Process of presenting a message to an audience, small or large
Empowerment
ability to speak with competence and confidence
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Introduction to Public Speaking Midterm Exam
Adrenaline
Hearing
Listening
4 kinds of listening
hormone released into blood stream in response to stress.
Physical
Comprehensive
Appreciative, Empathic, Critical, and Comprehensive
Adrenaline
hormone released into blood stream in response to stress.
Hearing
Physical
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Introduction to Public Speaking Quiz 4
persuasion
mental dialogue with the audience
target audience
question of fact
The process of creating, reinforcing, or changing people's be…
the mental give-and-take between speaker and listener during…
the portion of the whole audience that the speaker most wants…
a question about the truth or falsity of an assertion
persuasion
The process of creating, reinforcing, or changing people's be…
mental dialogue with the audience
the mental give-and-take between speaker and listener during…
26 terms
Chapter 1: Introduction to Public Speaking
What is the term for the idea that ide…
What is the term for the way in which…
What are the two types of channels whe…
What is the term for ideas and images…
Central Idea
Channels
1. Visual ... 2. Auditory
Code!
What is the term for the idea that ide…
Central Idea
What is the term for the way in which…
Channels
27 terms
Introduction to Public Speaking (Chap. 1)
Speaker
Listener
Channel
Feedback
the originator of a message sent to a listener
the receiver of the speaker's message
the pathway used to transmit a message
verbal and non-verbal responses made by the listener to a spe…
Speaker
the originator of a message sent to a listener
Listener
the receiver of the speaker's message
4 terms
Introduction and Conclusion Characteristics Public Speaking
Introduction objective
introduction characteristic
conclusion objective
conclusion characteristic
get the attention and interest of the audience; reveal topic;…
startle; question; relate topic to audience; story; state imp…
signal the end of your speech; reinforce the main idea
quote; refer to intro; dramatic statement; summarize
Introduction objective
get the attention and interest of the audience; reveal topic;…
introduction characteristic
startle; question; relate topic to audience; story; state imp…
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Chapter 1: An Introduction to Public Speaking
communication
interpreter
symbol
referent
The process of sharing meaning by sending and receiving symbo…
Any person using symbols to send or receive messages.
Anything to which people attach meaning.
The object or idea each interpreter attaches to a symbol.
communication
The process of sharing meaning by sending and receiving symbo…
interpreter
Any person using symbols to send or receive messages.
20 terms
Chapter 1 - Introduction to Public Speaking and Culture
public speaking
culture
co-cultures
rhetorically sensitive
a person delivers a presentation to a group that listens, gen…
an integrated system of learned beliefs, values, behaviors, a…
subgroups of culture, characterized by cultural differences t…
the ability to adapt fairly successfully to a variety of soci…
public speaking
a person delivers a presentation to a group that listens, gen…
culture
an integrated system of learned beliefs, values, behaviors, a…
26 terms
Introduction to public speaking study guide for final
Channel
Context
Critical
Decode
the means by which a message is communicated
the circumstances that form the setting for an event, stateme…
thinking is focused, organized thinking about such things as…
means to convert (a coded message) into intelligible language.
Channel
the means by which a message is communicated
Context
the circumstances that form the setting for an event, stateme…
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Public Speaking Ch 1: Introduction to Public Speaking and Culture
public speaking
culture
co-cultures
rhetorically sensitive
a person delivers a presentation to a group that listens, gen…
an integrated system of learned beliefs, values, behaviors, a…
subgroups of culture, characterized by mild or profound cultu…
the ability to adapt fairly successfully to a variety of soci…
public speaking
a person delivers a presentation to a group that listens, gen…
culture
an integrated system of learned beliefs, values, behaviors, a…
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