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ComSt 102 study guide 1 - Connotative and denotative...

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Chapter 1: Practical Speaking The public speaking transaction (pp. 11-17) Key Terms: Channel Decoding Encoding Feedback Message Transaction Chapter 2: Your First Speech Six criteria for an appropriate speech topic (p. 27) Your thesis statement (p. 31) Organizing your speech (pp. 34-40) Methods of delivery (pp. 42-45) Key Terms: Brainstorming Credibility Extemporaneous delivery Impromptu delivery Main points Manuscript delivery Memorized delivery Preview Signposts Specific Purpose Thesis Statement Chapter 3: Speech Anxiety Negative self-talk (pp. 60-61) Constructive self-talk (pp. 62-63) Key Terms: Communication Apprehension Constructive self-talk Negative self-talk Speech anxiety Visual imagery Chapter 4: Ethical Speaking Ethical norms for speakers (pp. 81-85) Plagiarism (pp. 85-88) Ethical norms for listeners (pp. 91-94)
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Key Terms: Ethics Plagiarism Chapter 5: Listening Look at Figure 5.1 on page 102
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Unformatted text preview: Connotative and denotative meanings (pp. 110-111) Bad listening habits (p. 111) Critical listening (pp. 115-116) Key Terms: Active listening Appreciate listening Claim Connotation Context Critical listening Culture Denotation Retention Selective attention Chapter 6: Adapting to your Audience The rhetorical situation (pp. 132-133) Audience diversity (pp. 135-136) Cultural diversity (pp. 136-137) Maslow's hierarchy of needs (p. 152, esp. Figure 6.3) Learning about your audience (pp. 153-154) Key Terms: Audience diversity Belief Captive audience Cultural diversity Demographic diversity Demographics Rhetorical situation Socioeconomic status Values Chapter 7: Researching your Message Using the library (pp. 165-171) The Internet (pp. 171-173) Using the CRAAP Test (pp. 173-175) Key Term: Research...
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