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140 - Final Exam Review - Themes Anxiety Management Speech...

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Speech 140 Final Exam Review Date/ Time: Sec.# 18 – Thursday, April 28 th @ 2:00 pm Sec.# 14 – Monday, May 2 nd @ 9:00 am Sec.# 22 – Tuesday, May 3 rd @ 2:00 pm Sec.# 10 – Wednesday, May 4 th @ 9:00 am Time to complete exam : 2 hours Format: 45 multiple choice questions, @ 3pts. each = 135 pts. 1 Short Essay (choice out of two) = 15 pts. Total = 150 pts. Some Definitions (examples): Primacy & Recency Somatic vs. Cognitive Preview & Review Outlining Attention Material Value Statement Rhetoric The Motivated Sequence Linguistic Devices (Anaphora, God & Devil terms) Call to Action & Facilitation Agent of Action S.H.I.P.S Model of Policy Advocacy Reasoning Fallacies (bandwagon, straw man, Ad Hominem, slippery slope)
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Unformatted text preview: Themes: Anxiety Management Speech Structure (transitions, signposts, etc.) Proper Visual Aids Presentation Ethnocentrism The 3 Methods of Persuasion = Ethos, Pathos, Logos Proper Citation Methods (the 3 elements) Critical Listening Audience Analysis Personal vs. Policy Advocacy Types of Speeches: (review each requirement sheet to prepare for final) Introductory Informative Videos to recall: Personal Advocacy “The Notes of My Life” Policy Advocacy “Boycotting Starbucks” Note: the exam will include all subject material covered through April 25, 2011. Note: the exam will include all subject material covered through April 25, 2011....
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