any member of a class of words expressing emotion, distinguished in most languages by their use in grammatical isolation, as Hey! Oh! Ouch! Ugh!
any member of a small class of words found in many languages that are used as replacements or substitutes for nouns and noun phrases, and that have very general reference, as I, you, he, this, who, what. Pronouns are sometimes formally distinguished from
any member of a class of words found in many languages that are used before nouns, pronouns, or other substantives to form phrases functioning as modifiers of verbs, nouns, or adjectives, and that typically express a spatial, temporal, or other relationsh
any member of a small class of words distinguished in many languages by their function as connectors between words, phrases, clauses, or sentences, as and, because, but, however.
any member of a small class of words, or, as in Swedish or Romanian, affixes, found in certain languages, as English, French, and Arabic, that are linked to nouns and that typically have a grammatical function identifying the noun as a noun rather than de
any member of a class of words that are formally distinguished in many languages, as in English by taking the past ending in -ed, that function as the main elements of predicates, that typically express action, state, or a relation between two things, and
any member of a class of words that in many languages are distinguished in form, as partly in English by having comparative and superlative endings, or by functioning as modifiers of nouns, as good, wise, perfect.
any member of a class of words that in many languages are distinguished in form, as partly in English by the ending -ly, or by functioning as modifiers of verbs or clauses, and in some languages, as Latin and English, also as modifiers of adjectives or ot
secretary of education
|Symphony No.5 in c minor||
|imitates presence of a noun||
to deny, dispute, or contradict.
an unintended outcome of cohesion there the desire for agreement takes precedence over critical analysis and discussion.
|Listenign barriers: too much information, news etc...story is too long, message is too complex||
|Opportunity, back on the Meridiani Planum, took pictures of wispy clouds that look strikingly like cirrus clouds on Earth."This is just a totally spectacular image," said NASA rover scientist Michael Wolff as he presented the first||
the practicing and preparing of something
|Bethoven was how old when he died||
|Social distance is||
4 feet to 12 feet
situations in the environment that keep you from paying attention to the speaker
ex: a bee flying around, whispering, being cold or hot
|An action or sound reinforces spoken language. Saying something loudly for emphasis, often done by accenting.||
what fun little gizmo's from radioshack or perhaps the grown up toy store (home depot)
|BANGKOK, Thailand -- The World Health Organization has issued a dramatic warning that bird flu will trigger an international pandemic that could kill up to seven million people.The influenza pandemic could occur anywhere from next week to the||
focused, organized thinkg about such things as the logical relationships among ideas and the difference between fact and opinion
impacts your audiences reaction before you speak
|the cripness and distinctness of a speaker||
"With malice towars none, with charity for all, with fairness in the right as god gives us to see the right, let us strive to finish this work we are in, to bind up the nation's wounds..."
|What is the social penetration theory||
Pre-relationship, stronger, friend
if you have had previous speaking experience. you tend to be less sensitive to apprehension. Make you moderatly successful
nice night out, museum, play, dinner make the memory last forever!
also known as stage fright; anxiety about speaking in public that is manifested in physiological symptoms such as rapid heart beat, butterflies....
|A speech or praise to honor someone who is living.||
the vocal notes (highs and lows) that a speaker raches while speaking
"I know why the caged bird sings"- Metaphor for herself and African Americans. "Wings are clipped and feet are tied" "The caged bird sings of freedom" "On the grave of dreams"
Active - Use all verbal and non-verbal prose
Inactive - Use few to no verbal/non-verbal prose
|what areas are affected in orientation for TBI kids?||
time, person and place
|Describe two types of interference||
internal - thoughts, own nervousness external - sounds in the background
|what are the stages of listening?||
|Sonata allegro form consits of these three main sections||
Exposition, developement, and recapitulation
|Roles: we are not born with knowledge of what are roles should be, instead culture and society place expectations upon roles||
roles are learned
|Identifying with the audience||
Drawing on something you share with the audience, i.e a common experience
|4 Aspects of Feed Forward||
1) To open the channels (opening phrases)
2) Preview the message
3) Altercast (place the other person in your role)
4) Disclaim (Not taking responsiblity for your communication)
|when speaking make sure to take into consideration..||
|What is wrong with this? \"Good study habits and and time management skills are key to a successful college experience\"||
uses vague and abstract language
|What is a direct object?||
A noun or pronoun that tells who or what receives the action of the verb follows a transitive verb
|What is an adjective and what does it tell?||
A word used to describe a noun or pronoun.
It answers which one, what kind, how many