Comm107 Final Review

Comm107 Final Review - Chapter 11 Public Speaking (planning...

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Chapter 11 – Public Speaking (planning the message) Public Communications – a transaction between a speaker and an audience The Listenable Speech – formatted in a way that is understood by listeners Three Parameters of Public Speaking 1. The participants – speaker and member of the audience 2. The setting – where/when speech is given, time limit, attitude of audience 3. The purpose – speaker’s expected outcomes for the presentation Plagiarism – speaker uses ideas and words of others as their own without giving credit Fabrication – making up information or guessing at information and making it appear true Analysis of Speech 1. Prior to the Speech Analysis - audience analysis: consists of assessing the demographic, psychographic, and rhetorographic characteristics of listeners - demographics – based on descriptions, background such as age, gender, religion, education, occupation, race - psychographics – attitudes and beliefs such as political affiliation and conservative/liberal - rhetorographics – place, time, time limit, emotional climate Statement of Central Idea – defines subject and develops criteria, centers on what you want audience to know/believe/do, has three parts 1. Goal of the speech – to inform or persuade 2. Topic of the speech – subject should be stated very clearly 3. Method of speech development – how you plan to approach the presentation 2. Process of Speech Analysis
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- as the speech is being presented analyze the feedback you are receiving 3. Post Speech Analysis - determine how speech affected your audience, helps with future speeches Modes of Presentation – preparation method and reference aids to be used during the speech, four ways. 1. Impromptu or Ad Lib mode - speak with little or no preparation, organizes ideas while communicating - ad lib: NO TIME TO ORGANIZE IDEAS such as question and answer 2. Extemporaneous mode - develop a set of talking points in notes or an outline - speech planning outline: brief framework used to think through speech, major ideas - speech presentation outline: put examples and illustrations in outline - mind mapping: method of arranging materials visually - talking points: bullet points in a short outline form 3. Manuscript Speech mode - material is written out and delivered word for word 4. Memorized Speech mode - speech is written out word for word than committed to memory Chapter 12 – Public Speaking (Developing the Message) Sources of Information - Primary sources: represent original reports of observations or research - Secondary sources: sources that report but did not originally generate the research Oral footnote – cite your sources while speaking Supporting speech material – clarify a point you are making in the speech or offer evidence of the validity of the argument presented
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- Stories - Specific Instances - Exposition: background information - Statistics - Analogies - Testimony
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Comm107 Final Review - Chapter 11 Public Speaking (planning...

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