Unformatted text preview: Chapter 7 tmm: Consideration of the audience, occasion, and overall speech situation when
planning a speech. W: A declarative statement that answers the question ”Why am i speaking on this
topic for this particular audience and occasion?" Usually the general speech goal is to inform, to
persuade, or to mark a special occasion. m A brainstorming technique in which you write down ideas as they occur to you,
beginning with a single word, in order to generate and narrow speech topics.
m: A brainstorming technique in which you lay out the words in diagram form to show
categorical relationships among them; useful for selecting and narrowing a speech topic.
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m A brief story of an interesting, humorous, or real-life incident that links back to the speaker's
W: Any findings, eyewitness accounts, or opinions by professionals who are trained to
; evaluate or report on a given topic; a form of supporting material.
i “Whammy by a non-expert,- a form of supporting material.
; m: To selectively present only those facts and statistics that buttress your point of view
I while ignoring competing data.
1. ”The classical term for the process of selecting information to illustrate or prove speech points.
‘ WWW An identifying number that allows the user to retrieve books and other works
that have been classified according to the Dewey decimal system.
WA reference work that contains facts and statistics in many categories, including those that are
related to historical, social, political, and religious subjects.
mThe suffix at the end of a Web address that tells you the nature of the Web site: educational
(.edu), government (.gov), military (.mil), nonprofit organization (.org), business/commercial (.com),
network (.net). A tilde (“') in the address usually indicates that it is a personal page rather than part of an
institutional Web site. Understanding the domain can help you assess the credibility of a site.
[Emma deliberate falsification of information. mm A search engine that searches several search engines simultaneously. Examples
include MetaCrawler and Dogpile. imﬂmumnmm: A search engine that searches for information only on specific topics. «wasmmmm A human directory that contains at least one hundred sites that have been
reviewed by an expert. WWQMIThe portion of the Web that includes pass-protected sites, documents behind firewails,
and the contents of proprietary databases. GoohaamoumWords placed between the key words in an internet search that Specify how the key
words are related; examples include AND,0R, and NOT.
Chapter 11 galaiiehmz The statement of equivalent speech points in similar grammatical form and style.
mitytThe quality of a speech in which only those points that are implied by the purpose and thesis ...
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