UCF Speech Exam 3 Review

UCF Speech Exam 3 Review - Exam 3 Review Chapters 5, 6, 14,...

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Exam 3 Review Chapters 5, 6, 14, 15, 16 1. Plagiarism I. Using the ideas of others and presenting them as your own 2. Source Attribution A. Giving partial or indifferent credit to the source II. Total Rip-off giving someone else’s speech III. Partial Rip-off piecing together things from many different speeches/sources A. Avoid this by citing sources IV. Accidental Rip-off taking significant ideas or quotes, listing them in the bibliography, but not citing them 3. Ethical Responsibilities I. For Listeners A. Be civil B. Take responsibility for the choices they make C. Stay informed on the issues of the day D. Speak out when they are convinced that a speaker in misinforming or misleading people E. Be aware of their own biases II. For Speakers A. Be truthful B. Show respect for the power of words C. Invoke participatory democracy D. Demonstrate mindfulness of cultural diversity where consistent with ethical principles E. Treat people as ends, not means F. Provide good reasons III. In general
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A. Provide truthful, relevant, and sufficient information B. Provide ‘good reasons,’ not just those that may work C. Reinforce and be consistent with democratic processes. D. Demonstrate goodwill and trustworthiness E. Treat listeners with respect F. Recognize that both the means and the ends of a speech should be ethical G. Take responsibility for your own work 4. Definition of Listening I. The process of receiving, constructing meaning from, and responding to spoken and/ or nonverbal messages 5. Primacy, Recency, Repetition, Grouping Strategies I. Primacy A. People tend to remember the first few things heard rather than the middle II. Recency A. People tend to remember the last few things rather than the middle things III. Repetition A. People tend to remember things that are repeated several times IV. Grouping Strategies A. 6. Types of listening I. Hearing II. Understanding III. Remembering IV. Interpretation V. Evaluation VI. Responding 7. Misconceptions of listening
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I. It’s easy II. It’s a matter of intelligence III. It’s no different than reading IV. It’s not subject to advance planning 8. Goals of listening I. Listening to understand A. To recognize meaning based on auditory and visual cues and to comprehend meaning II. Appreciative Listening A. To experience stimulation and enjoyment III. Empathetic Listening A. Understand and relate to origins of speakers thoughts and feelings IV. Listening to provide feedback A. Identifying content 9. Factors of Listening to understand I. Vocabulary – having a limited vocabulary limits your ability to understand messages II. Concentration – our minds are easily distracted from the task at hand A. Pinpoint Concentration – listening that focuses on specific details rather than patterns in a message B. Wide - Band Concentration – listening that focuses on patterns rather than details III. Memory – failure to remember reflects the facts that you failed to concentrate 10. Skills to improve your listening to understand
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UCF Speech Exam 3 Review - Exam 3 Review Chapters 5, 6, 14,...

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