2011 Ethical Public Speakers and Audience Analysis Student Version

2011 Ethical Public Speakers and Audience Analysis Student Version

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Ethical Public Speaking and Listening & Analyzing the Audience
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Ethos l Character z n 1 st Amendment n Although we have Freedom of Speech, this does not mean that we should say whatever we want!
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Speaker Responsibility Ethical Ground Rules: 1. Integrity 2. ____________ 3. Respect 4. ____________
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GROUP ACTIVITY Simonds, Hunt & Simonds 2010 n Plagiarism Check n You are a music major and you want to do an informative speech on Miles Davis, your favorite jazz musician. You have read many articles and books about him and have listened to all of his recordings. Because you are well informed about the topic, you don ` t see the need to conduct any further research. You use many facts about his life without attributing this information to a particular source. Have you committed plagiarism?
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GROUP ACTIVITY n Plagiarism Check Part 2! n Your roommate has waited until the last minute to prepare his speech on Greek architecture. You are both architecture majors and your speech is on Frank Lloyd Wright. Your roommate, who is also your friend
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course COM 1 taught by Professor Estrellaromero during the Fall '11 term at Riverside Community College.

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