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Chapter 11 Speech Preparation: Building Knowledge
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2 Speech Scenarios A speech on “backpacking in AZ wilderness area” for dorm residents (weds night at 9:00pm) A speech on “ASU’s lifelong learning programs” for the Retired Wisconsin Educators (luncheon speaker) How to improving public speaking skills for “young executives club” (part of an all- day conference)
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3 Rhetoric and Public Speaking I. Rhetoric and Public Speaking Rhetoric: the art of influencing an audience through words, dates back many centuries with roots in Greek and Roman periods
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4 Rhetoric and Public Speaking I. Rhetoric and Public Speaking Cont’d A. The Greek Period 1. A group of Greek philosophers called sophists began to teach about thinking and speaking persuasively. 2. Plato stressed participation in dialectic, a question and answer process used to examine all sides of an issue. 3. Aristotle was the first to describe systematically a system of persuasion based on logic, emotion, and speaker credibility (logos, pathos, and ethos).
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5 Rhetoric and Public Speaking I. Rhetoric and Public Speaking Cont’d B. The Roman Period 1. Cicero combined rhetoric and philosophy in his writings about public speaking. His contribution was a five step process for speech preparation. 2. Quintilian developed a series of questions to encourage creative and critical thinking on issues. C. Rhetorical canons 1. Invitation 2. Arrangement 3. Style 4. Delivery 5. Memory
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6 What is Public Speaking? II. What is Public Speaking? Public Speaking is communication from one to many. QUICK QUIZ! T
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course COM 100 taught by Professor Nakayama during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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