Exam Review Sheet
Review all lecture notes, webpage hand outs, (Speech Notes, TIPS sheet, persuasive
speech outline, etc.) and chapter readings.
The Final will consist of multiple
Speaker Apprehension, Stage Fright
Action, Interaction, and Transactional Models of Communication
Noise, Sender, Receiver, Channel, Feedback, Frame of Reference, etc.
Monroe's Motivated Sequence (5 steps), Aristotle's ethos, pathos, logos,
Credibility, Ethics of Persuasion, Three Types of Persuasive Speeches
Characteristics of Small Groups,
Task and Maintenance (Relationship)
Three General Purposes for Speeches:
Inform, Persuade, Entertain
Principal Modes of Speech Delivery:
Impromptu (Made Up on the Spot),
Manuscript (Read from Notes),
Memorized (Delivered word-for-word from memory)
Extemporaneous (Planned, Practiced, and Prepared – But delivered conversationally)
The Extemporaneous Method is the preferred method in this class.
Content: What you say