Chapter 16 Reading Response Public Speaking

Chapter 16 Reading Response Public Speaking - Public...

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Public Speaking Professor Brown Chapter 16 Responses Ceremonial speeches are another type vital type of speech. Ceremonial speeches are usually offered on “special occasions” that are often important to peoples’ lives. Ceremonial speeches can range from weddings, to sports achievements and even graduations as well. As a speaker says a speech for these ceremonial speeches, the speaker can talk about his or her success or can even inspire others with what happened to the speaker. There are two techniques that are crucial to ceremonial speaking. The first one is identification; identification is “when a speech creates the feeling that speakers and listeners share goals, values, emotions, memories, motives and cultural backgrounds” (357) A key reason as to why a speaker must incorporate identification is that it allows the speaker and the audience to “feel together” on certain issues and will also help the speaker and audience act together. Magnification is the other type of technique that
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2011 for the course PUBSPEAK 1805 taught by Professor Professorbrown during the Fall '11 term at NYU.

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