Test 1 study guide

Test 1 study guide - To check your reading comprehension be...

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To check your reading comprehension be sure to use the questions at the end of each book chapter. The questions below will help you focus on what we will discuss and use as essential information from the textbook. Chapter 1 What does it mean when the text refers to public speaking as a form of empowerment? What are the similarities and differences between public speaking and conversation? What are the tips for dealing with nervousness? What is meant by ethnocentrism and why should you avoid it? Chapter 2 Why are ethics important? What are the guidelines for ethical speaking and listening? What are the different forms of plagiarism? What can you do to avoid plagiarism? Chapter 4 Why should you choose a speech topic that you already know something about? Why should you consider your audience as you select a topic and a specific purpose? How do you form a specific purpose? How do you form a central idea? What is the relationship between a central idea and the main points of a speech?
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course SP CM 212 taught by Professor Goodwin during the Fall '08 term at Iowa State.

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