Be able to identify examples of the different stylistic devices metaphor simile

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wary of relying on assonance because when it is overused it can quickly turn into bad poetry. Be able to identify examples of the different stylistic devices: metaphor, simile, personification, parallelism, repetition, alliteration, and antithesis. Chapter 14 1. What are the elements of good speech delivery? i) Directness ii) Spontaneity iii) Animation iv) Vocal and facial expressions v) Lively sense of communication 2. What are the four methods of delivery and when are they appropriate ? Impromptu speaking – without advance preparation Extemporaneous speaking – carefully planned, prepared, and rehearsed speech, delivered in a conversational manner using brief notes
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COMM 1110 Fall 2019 Manuscript speaking – word-for-word delivery of a written message/speech Memorized speaking – recite a memorized message/speech 3. Which non-verbal factors impact the effectiveness of a speech? eye contact- DO NOT READ FROM YOUR MANUSCRIPT ALL THE TIME vocal expression- o Volume o Rate o Pitch (using inflections; avoid monotony) o Pause o Conversational tone – natural, unforced, clearly conveys information. body posture gestures facial expression Additional Terms: vocal variety, vocalized pauses, manuscript, extemporaneous, impromptu Chapter 16 1. What are the different types of informative speech topics/categories? Objects : sharks, silicon chips, NCAA, medieval armor People : Dalai Lama, Aristotle, Barrack Obama, Jack the Ripper, Vin Diesel Events : JFK’s assassination, the Moon landing, The super bowl, the industrial revolution Concepts : the glass ceiling, ethnocentrism, karma, autisms, the American Dream Processes : how do hurricanes develop, volcanic eruptions, portfolio building, physical therapy, deforestation Chapter 17 1. What is persuasion? How do values, attitudes, beliefs impact persuasion ? Persuasion: An attempt to get a person to behave in a manner, or embrace a point of view related to values, attitudes, and or beliefs, that he or she would not have done otherwise.
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COMM 1110 Fall 2019 Change Attitudes, Values, and Beliefs • Attitude: An individual's general predisposition toward something as being good or bad, right or wrong, or negative or positive. • Value: An individual's perception of the usefulness, importance, or worth of something. We can value a college education or technology or freedom. • Beliefs: Propositions or positions that an individual holds as true or false without positive knowledge or proof. - Core beliefs: Beliefs that people have actively engaged in and created over the course of their lives (e.g., belief in a higher power, belief in extraterrestrial life forms). - Dispositional beliefs: Beliefs that people have not actively engaged in, but rather judgments that they make, based on their knowledge of related subjects, when they encounter a proposition. Change in Behavior • Behaviors come in a wide range of forms, so finding one you think people should start, increase, or decrease shouldn't be difficult at all.
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