Chapter 1 Outline for speech class

Chapter 1 Outline - that is actually communicated C Channel 1 The means by which a message is communicated D Listener 1 The person who receives the

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I. Differences Between Public Speaking and Conversation A. Public Speaking is More Highly Structured 1. Usually imposes strict time limits on speaker 2. Usually does not allow listeners to interrupt with questions or commentary 3. The speaker must accomplish his or her purpose in the speech itself. B. Public Speaking Requires more Formal Language 1. No room for slang, jargon, or bad grammer. C. Public Speaking Requires a different method of delivery 1. No awkward transitions such as like, uhm, so, you know? II. Speech Communication Process A. Speaker 1. Most effective speakers are excited about their subject and make others excited 2. Effective speakers are well prepared and knowledgeable of their subject and deliver their speeches properly B. Message 1. The message is whatever a speaker communicates to someone else. 2. Your goal in public speaking is to have your intended message be the message
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Unformatted text preview: that is actually communicated C. Channel 1. The means by which a message is communicated D. Listener 1. The person who receives the communicated message. E. Feedback 1. How the speaker’s audience responds to a speaker. 2. Feedback can be verbal or it can be through one’s actions or expressions F. Interference 1. Anything that impedes the communication of a message G. Situation 1. The time and place where a speech occurs. III. Ethnocentrism/ Cultural Diversity A. Ethnocentrism 1. Belief that one’s own group or culture is superior to all groups or cultures. a) This can be a good or bad thing for one’s speech depending on audience. B. Cultural Diversity A speaker must be wary of different cultures in a given audience and avoid offending any one culture IV....
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2010 for the course BIO 111 taught by Professor Osikanlu during the Spring '09 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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Chapter 1 Outline - that is actually communicated C Channel 1 The means by which a message is communicated D Listener 1 The person who receives the

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