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Understand Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.What is the definition of immediacy? How/why do we use this in speeches?Understand and be able to apply constructive criticism/feedback. Give a couple examples of good vs. poor feedback.
Chapter 12:What is the main distinction between informative presentations and persuasive presentations?Define persuasion.What are the similarities & differences between novelty, significance, relevance?What are the five types of informative speeches? Be able to apply concepts for each type. What is the definition of ethos, pathos, & logos? How do these relate to speeches?Understand the three types of information. Be able to apply each concept. Chapter 13What is the difference between an issue of fact, value and policy? Define and be able to apply the following terms: argument, claim, ground, warrant, qualifier, and rebuttal. What is the difference between inductive and deductive reasoning?What is cognitive dissonance? Understand fallacies and why speakers should avoid them during a presentation.**********************************************Thinking like the test:The Chic Fil A cows state that all humans should eat chicken as their primary source of food. The cows probably fail which test of source quality?a)Durabilityb)Currencyc)Biasd)AuthorityJilli gave a speech with the central idea, "As humans we develop in stages." As a toddler we learn to speak. As an adolescent we learn to behave relationally. And as an adult we learn to age gracefully. The main points follow what type of sequence?A geologist at a highly prestigious conference presented an informative speech on how integumentary rocks develop. All the audience members took geology in high school and because they had already heard the information, they started to leave the presentation. From
what we know, the presenter failed to establish which of the following criteria in the presentation?