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Rhetorical  Public Speaking Sept. 4, 2007
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Steps to Build The Persuasive Speech 1- Topic Selection and Speech Purpose 2- Background Research 3- Audience Identification and Analysis 4- Persuasion Strategies 5- Speech Organizing and Structuring 6- Developing Speech Sections and Style 7- Considering Visual Aids 8- Practicing and Delivering the Speech
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Fundamentals  of  Rhetorical Public Speaking
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The Communication Process Receiver Message decoding Context Feedback Channel encoding Shared Meaning Source noise noise
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The Communication Process The source:  The person who creates the  message Encoding:  Organizing the message,  choosing words and sentence structure, and  verbalizing the message
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The Communication Process The message:  the content of the  communication process (can be  expressed verbally or non-verbally).  The channel:  the medium through  which the speaker sends a  message.
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The Communication Process The receiver:  the person who receives  the message Decoding:  the selective interpretation  of the message by the receiver, based  on their experience and attitudes (big  source of misunderstanding)
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The Communication Process Feedback:  the receiver’s  response to the message. It  could be verbal or non-verbal.
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The Communication Process Noise:  Anything that  interferes with the  communication process.
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The Communication Process The context:  It includes anything that influences the  speaker, the audience, the speech, the occasion,  or the situation.
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