Speech Review - Speech Review Chapter 1 The Christian...

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Speech Review Chapter 1 The Christian Communicator I. Biblical Bases For Speech Communication (NCSSP) “No Child Should Eat Peas” A. Biblical Principle 1: God is by nature a communicating being. B. Biblical Principle 2: Man was created to communicate. C. Biblical Principle 3: God uses the spoken word to accomplish His work. D. Biblical Principle 4: God has established standards for our speech communication. E. Biblical Principle 5: Christ is out perfect pattern for effective speech communication. II. Canons of Rhetoric  ---  (IASDM) “In A Small Dark Motel” 1. Invention --- The gathering of ideas, arguments, and supportive material 2. Arrangement --- Organization of ideas 3. Style --- The effective use of language 4. Delivery --- The visual and oral presentation of the message 5. Memory --- The ability to retain a body of material for presentation Effective (speaker)  --- Producing a definite or desired result; efficient Chapter 2 Communication Process Communication  --- The process by which meanings are exchanged between individuals through a common system of  symbols, signs, or behavior Types of communication  --- Intra, Inter, Mass, Public Intrapersonal   Communication  --- Involves conversations with ourselves Interpersonal Communication  --- Interaction between individuals, usually in small groups Mass   Communication  --- Messages transmitted through a medium Public   Communication  --- Public speaking, large group often formal Characteristics   of   Communication (PCIUU) 1. Communication is a process --- A continual moving process 2. Communication is complex --- Verbal and nonverbal communication, filtering by who we are and what we have  experienced 3. Communication is irreversible --- A speaker cannot start over 4. Communication is unrepeatable --- A speech will always vary slightly from each time a person gives it 5. Communication is unavoidable --- You cannot  not   communicate Process of communication (FDS) “Federal Department of Security” 1. Sender --- Who originates and transmits the message a. Formulates an  Idea (Something to communicate) b. Determines a  Purpose (A reason for communicating) c. Selects an  Audience (Someone who he wishes to share the idea)
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Public Speakers Responsibilities (Purpose, Clear, Appropriate, God)  “PIPE CAP” (Purpose, Inform, Persuade, Entertain. Clear, Appropriate, Primary) 1. Purpose of the speech is to either, inform, persuade, or to entertain 2. Must have clear ideas to be communicated 3. Selects appropriate symbols to represent the idea or feeling he desires to express 4. God should be the primary source of all our messages. Message
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  • Winter '08
  • Hill
  • effective speech communication, Biblical principle, communication process Communication, Public Communication Public

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