AEE3030C- Notes - Chapter 1 1. Explain why it is important...

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Chapter 1 1. Explain why it is important to study public speaking. Empowerment – resources, info, attitude – action to achieve desired goal Employment – communication/ spoken skills 2. Describe how public speaking differs from casual conversation. P.S. – speech planned, formality, clear boundaries btwn speaker and audience Convo- spontaneous, informal/slang/casual, unclear lines 3. Sketch and explain a model that illustrates the components and process of communication. Transactive mdl- Source > receiver – sending/receiving at same time, each gauging each other for effectiveness Interactive mdl- more 4. Discuss in brief the history of public speaking. 4 th Cent. – Greek rhetoric (Aristotle) 15 th - European clergy- public speaking 18 th – American patriots- independence 19 th - abolitionists/ suffragists 20 th - frontier lecture circuits 21 st - spoken word, influence though/ action, entertain, inform 5. Explain how becoming an audience centered public speaker can help you speak effectively to diverse aud.
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AEE3030C- Notes - Chapter 1 1. Explain why it is important...

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