Public speaking final

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Vocalized Pause

Words or phrases that fill time; things that become annoying or distracting. Ex: "ah", "uhm", "like"

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Extemporaneous Mode

Presents and delivers speech from outline or notes; natural style of delivery

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Speech of Recognition

Presented when one or more people are given an award

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Dedication Presentation

Honoring someone by naming it after them; or even an athlete dedicating a game to a parent

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Etymology

Origin of a word; helps audience remember a word; Ex: psychology- Study of the mind; defining of a word

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Informative Hunger

The desire for information; commonly used in an informative speech

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Speech to Convince

Persuasive speech to convince one to believe or think like the speaker

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Speech to Inspire

Given to inspire; used to provoke feeling or emotions

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Manuscript Mode

Prevents poor wording; reading something such as a teleprompter; makes the speaker sound better

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Blank Slides

Creates a clean presentation and puts the audiences attention on the speaker

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Testimonial Evidence

Creates effective messages that ultimately ties back to research; connects presenter to the audience emotionally; a personal story, or someone else's personal story

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Outline

Subordinate ideas used to support main idea

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Stereotype

Misjudging of an individual by assuming they have characteristics of a certain group or audience

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Visual Aid

Items of illustration; Ex: pictures, videos, diagrams, and sometimes even people

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Alliterations

Repetition of initial sound of words

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Pitch

Highness or lowness of a speakers voice; melody of speaking voice

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Fluency

Smoothness of delivery; flow of your words; absence of voice pauses

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Projection

Adjusting volume appropriately for the audience or external environment

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Audience Participation

Engaging the audience on a new level; Ex: "May I have a volunteer"

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Intro

Portion that gains and maintains attention; relates audience to speaker

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Sign Post

Way to transition; lets audience know where you are in your speech

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Brake Light Function

Tells the audience you are about to close your speech

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Principle of Parallelism

Main points, sub points, and sub- sub points; must use the same grammatical syntactical forms

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Principle of Division

If a point is to be divided, it must have at least two subpoints

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Principle of Subordination

Allows you to indicate which material is more important and which is less important through indention and symbols

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Time-sequence Pattern

The order of events as they actually occur

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Spatial Relation Pattern

If you are given a speech on a different room configurations it's best to use this pattern

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Problem Solution Pattern

Tends to be used in persuasive speaking more often than in informative

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Sapir-wholf Hypothesis

A theory that suggests our language determines to some extent how we think about and view the world

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What is the purpose of a special occasion speech?

To preform a ritual

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In a 10 minute speech, how long should you spend explaining a visual aid or present it?

Two minutes

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If you are giving a handout what must you do?

Always site your handout

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In a persuasive speech what should you not do?

Do not demean the opposing opinion, acknowledge it but respectively try to persuade the other side to believe it your way

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Ways to Communicate during a speech

  • Facial Expressions- Gives away feelings
  • Hand gestures
  • Physical Appearance
  • Eye Contact
  • Movement
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How many words did Martin Luther Kings "I Have a Dream" speech start at

100 words per minute

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If an audience member responds to a persuasive message by doing what is socially acceptable he or she is?

Employing a compliance response