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Chapters 17 and 18 Response

Chapters 17 and 18 Response - Ceremonial speeches...

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Zheng Wu Dr. Clubbs SC 105-19 April 19, 2010 Reading Responses to Chapters 17 and 18 Fill in the blank (5 points) 1. If you learn you are to receive an award, you should prepare a speech of presentation and acceptance . 2. Make your speech more lively and interesting using vivid language. 3. Conflict is not so much to be avoided or feared, as managed constructively. 4. A panel discussion is a format in which the participants interact directly and spontaneously under the guidance of a moderator. 5. In a symposium presentation , speakers prepare brief speeches representing their viewpoints which they deliver in turn without interruption of interaction. 1 .List and describe at least three purposes of ceremonial speeches. (10 points)
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Unformatted text preview: Ceremonial speeches articulate and reinforce shared social values. Most ceremonial speeches affirm existing values and traditions. Some ceremonial speeches promote social reform or encourage groups to reassess their values and priorities. 2. List at least three types of special occasion speeches and give an example of each. (10 points) A. Presentation and acceptance speeches Example: actors or actresses present a small speech when they are awarded a prize B. Commemoration and commencement speeches Example: a speech commemorating the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 C. Tributes and eulogies Example: speech in a funeral...
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