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Public Speaking
To Inform To Persuade To Entertain
The Channel
Plagiarizing
Conclusion
The three major purposes of public speaking
The means by which a message is communicated
Paraphrasing someone else's ideas in a speech without using a…
The part of a speech that includes a review, topic restatemen…
To Inform To Persuade To Entertain
The three major purposes of public speaking
The Channel
The means by which a message is communicated
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Public Speaking
The best rate of speech depends on the
Your textbook recommends______________…
A public speaker who frequently says "…
According to you textbook, the _______…
all of the above
Creating a keyword outline
Pauses
Impromptu
The best rate of speech depends on the
all of the above
Your textbook recommends______________…
Creating a keyword outline
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Public Speaking
What is communication?
What are the methods of communication?
What are 5 elements of a good speech?
What is inflection?
Relaying a message that is understood
speaking, writing, art, body language
articulation, diction, enunciation, pronunciation, inflection
changes in pitch and volume
What is communication?
Relaying a message that is understood
What are the methods of communication?
speaking, writing, art, body language
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Public Speaking Vocabulary
analogy
argument
articulation
audience dynamics
Combines the principles of both comparison and contrast by po…
a fact or assertion offered as evidence that something is true
The way you produce individual speech sounds.
the motivations, attitudes, beliefs, and values that effect h…
analogy
Combines the principles of both comparison and contrast by po…
argument
a fact or assertion offered as evidence that something is true
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Public Speaking
Posture
movement
facial expression
gestures
the way one holds one's body; a pose or position
An act of changing physical position.
use of eyebrows, eyes and mouth to communicate thoughts, emot…
use of a speaker's hands or arms during a speech to emphasize…
Posture
the way one holds one's body; a pose or position
movement
An act of changing physical position.
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Public Speaking
Ch. 1
Describe the four basic characteristic…
Name and explain three ways in which b…
Describe the great tradition of public…
...
1. Public speaking features communication between a speaker a…
1. Use public speaking as a student.... 2. Use public speaking…
- studied for centuries ... - (fifth century B. C.) all males h…
Ch. 1
...
Describe the four basic characteristic…
1. Public speaking features communication between a speaker a…
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Public Speaking
Three Parts of Speech Prep
Decision Factors Definition
Local Decisions
Local Decisions Definition
Decision Factors... Global Decisions... Local Decisions
any significant element that influences speakers freedom to m…
Introduction... Subordinate Points... Support Materials... Language... De…
impact specific content/parts within the speech
Three Parts of Speech Prep
Decision Factors... Global Decisions... Local Decisions
Decision Factors Definition
any significant element that influences speakers freedom to m…
Public Speaking
start with a bang
use the stage
know the room
know your audience
start with a bang
use the stage
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Public Speaking
start with a bang
use the stage
know the room
know your audience
start with a bang
use the stage
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Public Speaking
Visualization
Critical thinking
Speaker
Message
mental imaging in which a speaker vividly pictures himself or…
focused, organized thinking about such things as the logical…
the person who is presenting an oral message to a listener
whatever a speaker communicates to someone else
Visualization
mental imaging in which a speaker vividly pictures himself or…
Critical thinking
focused, organized thinking about such things as the logical…
Public Speaking
start with a bang
use the stage
know the room
know your audience
start with a bang
use the stage
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Public Speaking
Fluency/Continuity
Volume
Eye Contact
Pacing
The ability to express yourself readily and effortlessly.
The amount of sound.
Looking directly at your audience, not at the ground or note…
The speed at which you talk at.
Fluency/Continuity
The ability to express yourself readily and effortlessly.
Volume
The amount of sound.
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Public speaking
cringe
drift
tweak
timid
to ​feel very ​embarrassed
to ​move ​slowly, ​especially as a ​result of ​outside ​force…
to ​change something ​slightly, ​especially in ​order to make…
shy
cringe
to ​feel very ​embarrassed
drift
to ​move ​slowly, ​especially as a ​result of ​outside ​force…
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Public Speaking
Stacks
Currency
Vertical Search Engine
Boolean Search
Libraries collection of books.
How current if the information?
Can help narrow your google internet search.
Can enclose phrases in quotation so that results include only…
Stacks
Libraries collection of books.
Currency
How current if the information?
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Public Speaking
What are the Models of Communication?
Linear model
Transactional Model
What are elements of the communication…
Linear and Transactional
One way communication
Circular communication
Encoding and Decoding... Communicator... Message... Channel... Noise ... Wor…
What are the Models of Communication?
Linear and Transactional
Linear model
One way communication
Public Speaking
List 4 reasons why presentation aids a…
Review the following types of two and…
Drawings (2D)
Photographs (2D)
Focus, Understanding, Remembering, Organization
2D = drawing, photographs, maps, charts, flipcharts, boards... 3…
Simple and easy for everything
Can show places and things that cant be displayed
List 4 reasons why presentation aids a…
Focus, Understanding, Remembering, Organization
Review the following types of two and…
2D = drawing, photographs, maps, charts, flipcharts, boards... 3…
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Public Speaking Chapter 1
Dyadic communication
Small group communication
Mass communication
Public speaking
Communication that occurs between two people
Communication that occurs between a small group of people who…
A form of speech in which receivers are not present or a part…
Occurs when a speaker delivers a message with a specific purp…
Dyadic communication
Communication that occurs between two people
Small group communication
Communication that occurs between a small group of people who…
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Public Speaking Chapter 1
Ethics
communication
Sender
Receiver
The principles of right and wrong that guide an individual in…
The exchange of information between people.
Someone who transmits a message.
The person to whom a message is sent.
Ethics
The principles of right and wrong that guide an individual in…
communication
The exchange of information between people.
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Public Speaking chapter 3
Passive Listening
Active Listening
Listening Spare Time
Appreciative Listening
Listening to someone without having to reply, such as when yo…
Making a conscious effort to hear, understand, and respond to…
Extra thinking time created by our ability to listen faster t…
A listening style used to enjoy and savor pleasurable sounds…
Passive Listening
Listening to someone without having to reply, such as when yo…
Active Listening
Making a conscious effort to hear, understand, and respond to…
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Public Speaking Chapter 5
Interpersonal Communication
Social Communication
Professional Communication
Courtesy
Direct, face-to-face communication between two or more people.
The communication that occurs in your personal and community…
The communication that takes place on the job or is related t…
A polite, considerate, or helpful comment or act.
Interpersonal Communication
Direct, face-to-face communication between two or more people.
Social Communication
The communication that occurs in your personal and community…
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Public Speaking Chapter 11
"Breathe and Release"
cognitive restructuring
communication apprehension
conversant
a short-cut version of systematic de-sensitization appropriat…
an internal process through which individuals can deliberatel…
anxiety resulting from fear of public speaking
the condition of being able to discuss an issue intelligently…
"Breathe and Release"
a short-cut version of systematic de-sensitization appropriat…
cognitive restructuring
an internal process through which individuals can deliberatel…
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Public Speaking Terminology#1
Fluency/Continuity
Volume
Eye Contact
Pacing
moving with ease; polished. Fluency comes from preparation.
the degree of loudness of one's volume.
making a visual connections with individuals in audience.
the degree of quickness with which one delivers a speech.
Fluency/Continuity
moving with ease; polished. Fluency comes from preparation.
Volume
the degree of loudness of one's volume.
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Public Speaking Chapter 18
avocational presentations
cohesiveness
debate
delivery outline
presentations outside of a specific occupation in which one e…
tendency for a group to stick together and remain unified in…
structured argument in which participants speak for or agains…
an abbreviated version of the preparation outline
avocational presentations
presentations outside of a specific occupation in which one e…
cohesiveness
tendency for a group to stick together and remain unified in…
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Public Speaking Chapter 15
activity
attention getter
contrast
credibility
use of action words, physical or visual movement, or faster r…
device or technique used to gain the audience's attention in…
technique whereby supporting ideas are compared to emphasize…
refers to the audience's perception of the speaker's expertis…
activity
use of action words, physical or visual movement, or faster r…
attention getter
device or technique used to gain the audience's attention in…
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Public Speaking Chapter 12
accent
articulation
body language
dialect
prominence of a syllable in terms of loudness, pitch, and/or…
act of producing clear, precise and distinct speech
stance, gestures and facial expressions
variety of language, cant or jargon that is set apart from ot…
accent
prominence of a syllable in terms of loudness, pitch, and/or…
articulation
act of producing clear, precise and distinct speech
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Public Speaking vocabulary 1
analogy
anecdote
audience
body language
a literal or figurative comparison between two things
A short account of an interesting or humorous incident
the group of listeners(or a listener) in any speaking situati…
nonverbal communication through gestures, facial expressions,…
analogy
a literal or figurative comparison between two things
anecdote
A short account of an interesting or humorous incident
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Public Speaking Chapter 9
analogy
preview
internal credibility
expectancy violation
a figure of speech that essentially compares something that y…
sometimes called a road map, a preview is a brief oral outlin…
a form of credibility based on attributes that are largely co…
occurs when people engage in behavior that is unexpected or i…
analogy
a figure of speech that essentially compares something that y…
preview
sometimes called a road map, a preview is a brief oral outlin…
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Public Speaking Chapter 10
alliteration
antithesis
clichés
colloquialisms
repetition of the initial sounds of words
rhetorical strategy that uses contrasting statements in order…
expressions that, because of overuse, have lost their rhetori…
phrases used in informal speech but not typically used in for…
alliteration
repetition of the initial sounds of words
antithesis
rhetorical strategy that uses contrasting statements in order…
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Public Speaking
Purpose of Public Speaking
Emotional Appeal
Ethical Appeal
Logical Appeal
Teach, Praise, Challenge
...
...
...
Purpose of Public Speaking
Teach, Praise, Challenge
Emotional Appeal
...
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Public Speaking Chapter 8
chronological speech
comparative speech
causal speech
general purpose statement
speech in which the main points are delivered according to wh…
speech in which two or more objects, ideas, beliefs, events,…
speech that informs audience members about causes and effects…
overarching goal of a speech
chronological speech
speech in which the main points are delivered according to wh…
comparative speech
speech in which two or more objects, ideas, beliefs, events,…
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Public Speaking Chapter 14
connotative meaning
cultural patterns
denotative meaning
ethnocentrism
the meaning you attach to a word based on your personal exper…
refer to common themes through which different cultures can b…
the socially agreed conventional meaning found in a dictionary
the notion that one's own culture is superior to any other
connotative meaning
the meaning you attach to a word based on your personal exper…
cultural patterns
refer to common themes through which different cultures can b…
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Public Speaking Chapter 6
accident fallacy
ambiguity fallacy
analysis
appeal to authority
occurs when a generally true statement is applied to a specif…
occurs when a word having more than one meaning appears int h…
process of asking what is happening in a message through brea…
occurs when the truth of a proposition is thought to rest in…
accident fallacy
occurs when a generally true statement is applied to a specif…
ambiguity fallacy
occurs when a word having more than one meaning appears int h…
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Public Speaking Chapter 1
When your textbook describes public sp…
2. To say that public speaking is a wa…
3. As your textbook explains, many of…
4. How much time does the average adul…
a way to make a difference in something we care about.
a form of empowerment.
all of the above
about 30 percent of waking hours
When your textbook describes public sp…
a way to make a difference in something we care about.
2. To say that public speaking is a wa…
a form of empowerment.
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Public Speaking
rate
volume
pitch
presentation
the speed at which a speaker deliver words
the degree of loudness of a speakers voice or other sound
the highness or lowness of a sound particularly the voice in…
delivery of a formal reading talk,or performance
rate
the speed at which a speaker deliver words
volume
the degree of loudness of a speakers voice or other sound
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Public Speaking
Poise
vocal projection
posture
gestures
self-assurance; composure; equilibrium
to speak loud enough so the audience can hear you
the way one holds one's body; a pose or position
motions of a speaker's hands or arms during a speech
Poise
self-assurance; composure; equilibrium
vocal projection
to speak loud enough so the audience can hear you
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Public Speaking
• Rhetorical/General Purpose
• Thesis Statement:
• Appeal to Tradition Fallacy
• Straw Person Fallacy
Methods and techniques that speakers use to achieve their spe…
one-sentence summary of the speech content
"appeal to common practice", using historical preferences of…
Giving the impression of refuting an opponent's argument, whi…
• Rhetorical/General Purpose
Methods and techniques that speakers use to achieve their spe…
• Thesis Statement:
one-sentence summary of the speech content
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Public Speaking
What are the different types of speech…
Monroe's Motivated Sequence
Introduction
Gain attention step
chronological: in time order (steps)... spatial: dealing with lo…
1. Attention step (background; personal story)... 2. Need step (…
A. Gain audience's attention... B. Build audience interest... C. St…
1. Humor... 2. Anecdote (story) PEOPLE LIKE STORIES... 3. Common gr…
What are the different types of speech…
chronological: in time order (steps)... spatial: dealing with lo…
Monroe's Motivated Sequence
1. Attention step (background; personal story)... 2. Need step (…
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Public Speaking
Pronunciation
Enunciation
Speaking Rate
Inflection
Verbalizing or saying words correctly.
Articulating words clearly.
Pace of speech, fast or slow.
Pitch of voice.
Pronunciation
Verbalizing or saying words correctly.
Enunciation
Articulating words clearly.
Kassa Public Speaking Final
Source
receiver
message
feedback
the person/object that supplies the information
The person for whom the sender intends a message to go to. Th…
the information that is given out by the source
the receivers responce
Source
the person/object that supplies the information
receiver
The person for whom the sender intends a message to go to. Th…
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public speaking
The art of public speaking
The canons of rhetoric
Performance and communication orientat…
Outlining
Instruction... Imitation... Practice
Invention= Idea, content for the audience... Arrangement= Make i…
Performance= Literary: Full manuscript: completely memorized…
Prepare a speech in a hierarchical structure
The art of public speaking
Instruction... Imitation... Practice
The canons of rhetoric
Invention= Idea, content for the audience... Arrangement= Make i…
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Public Speaking
Public Speaking is...
Dynamic Discipline
Who made Rhetoric?
Source
audience centered, communication between audience and speaker…
new public speaking process, greater awareness of cultural di…
Aristotle
person conveying message
Public Speaking is...
audience centered, communication between audience and speaker…
Dynamic Discipline
new public speaking process, greater awareness of cultural di…
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Public Speaking Glossary Terms
acceptance speech
ad hominem fallacy
ad ignorantiam fallacy
ad populum fallacy
speech given by an individual who is being recognized, honore…
argument in which a speaker rejects another speaker's claim b…
argument in which a speaker suggests that a claim hasn't been…
argument in which a speaker appeals to popular attitudes and…
acceptance speech
speech given by an individual who is being recognized, honore…
ad hominem fallacy
argument in which a speaker rejects another speaker's claim b…
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Public Speaking basic terms
public speaking
audience
presentation skills
deliver
speaking to an audience or a large group of people
a group of people who listen and watch together
the way in which you present information to an audience
to give or make a speech or presentation
public speaking
speaking to an audience or a large group of people
audience
a group of people who listen and watch together
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Public Speaking
Volume
Projection
Diaphragm
Pronunciation
degree of sound intensity; loudness
speaking loudly enough so that every member of the audience c…
dome-shaped muscle at the base of the lungs; employ this musc…
the conventional pattern of the sound of a word
Volume
degree of sound intensity; loudness
Projection
speaking loudly enough so that every member of the audience c…
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Public Speaking
social intelligence
dissensus
the polis
civic virtue model vs civil society mo…
is mostly learned. SI develops from experience with people an…
agreement is not always possible ... Deliberation and decision i…
very small group of small in a small geographic location with…
CVM- friendship, education, intelligence, gender, etc... CSM- to…
social intelligence
is mostly learned. SI develops from experience with people an…
dissensus
agreement is not always possible ... Deliberation and decision i…
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PUBLIC SPEAKING CHAPTER 7
Evidence used to demonstrate the worth…
Appeals to emotion
Appeals to logic
Appeals to cultural beliefs and values
Supporting Materials
Pathos
Logos
Mythos
Evidence used to demonstrate the worth…
Supporting Materials
Appeals to emotion
Pathos
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Public Speaking
public dialogue
ethical public speaking
intrapersonal communication
mass communication
ethical/civil exchange of ideas and opinions among communitie…
considering the moral impact of your ideas and arguments on o…
communication among members of a team about goals
communication by media to large audiences via TV, radio, etc.
public dialogue
ethical/civil exchange of ideas and opinions among communitie…
ethical public speaking
considering the moral impact of your ideas and arguments on o…
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Public Speaking
Methods of Delivery
Conversational Quality
Speaker's Voice
Speaker's Body
Manuscript, Memory, Impromptu, and Extemporaneous
Sounds spontaneous no matter how often often rehearsed.
volume, pitch, rate, pauses, vocal variety, pronunciation, pr…
Personal Appearance, Movement, gestures, eye contact.
Methods of Delivery
Manuscript, Memory, Impromptu, and Extemporaneous
Conversational Quality
Sounds spontaneous no matter how often often rehearsed.
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Public Speaking
Sender/Receiver
Feedback
Co-Constructed
Noise
Occurs with all parties involved
continuous and recollective
Answer only obtained when two communicate
Internal and external (ie: crowd, sound, etc.)
Sender/Receiver
Occurs with all parties involved
Feedback
continuous and recollective
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Public speaking
Speech to inform
Chart
Picture graph
Line graph
A speech that teaches others new information,ideas, concepts,…
A display that summarizes information by using words, numbers…
A graph that uses images or pictures to symbolize data
A graph that uses lines or curves to show relationships betwe…
Speech to inform
A speech that teaches others new information,ideas, concepts,…
Chart
A display that summarizes information by using words, numbers…
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