Speech Exam1.

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Extemporaneous

Made of delivery that allows some prep but does not have time to prepare

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Disposition

Arrangement and structure of speech

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Situation

Time, place, and situation

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Noise

Component of communication process

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Mental Noise

Not focused 'day dreaming' mind is elsewhere

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Physical Noise

Headache or recovering from illness

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External Noise

Noise that can be distracting or loud -- Obstacle to communication

  • Air Conditioner
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Visible Noise

Bright, blinding, light

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Receiver, listener, audience

Group that hears

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Source

The Presenter

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Common Ground

Establish a relationship with the audience

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Plagarism

Taking someone else's work without citing it

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Source Credibility

Audiences trust in what you're saying, how effective it is, and how well you communicate it

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Communication Apprehension

Level of fear or anxiety on speaking publically

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Trustworthy

The degree to which the audience perceives the speaker as honorable

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Dynamism

Energy you expend when presenting encourages audience to listen

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Aristotle

Ethos, Pathos, Logos

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Ethos

Credibility

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Pathos

Emotion

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Logos

Logic

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Persuasive

Influence or modify beliefs, values, or opinions

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Audience Analysis

Discovering as much as possible about an audience

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Demographic

Gender, age, race, religion, occupation

  • Ronald Raegan : Great communicator
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Style

Use and ornamentation of language

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Process of communication (there are four)

  • Channel
  • Noise
  • Dynamic
  • Feedback
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Bibliographical Reference

Complete citations that appear in bibliography or reference on that pge

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Periodicals

Magazines, newspapers, online sources of information published periodically

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Impromptu Speaking

a speech and debate individual event that involves a five- to eight-minute speech with a characteristically short preparation time of one to seven minutes.

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World View

Common concept of reality shared by a group of people

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Supporting material

Information used to clarify your position, substantiate your argument

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Survey

Type of supporting material, typical survey def