WHY YOU SHOULD CUT
BACK FROM FAST FOOD
AND JUNK FOODS
BY: DENISE BARNES
WHAT IS FAST FOOD/JUNK FOOD?
IT'S GENERALLY DEFINED AS FOOD ITEMS THAT HAVE LITTLE NUTRITIONAL
VALUE BEYOND PROVIDING FAT OR SUGAR. PEOPLE GENERALLY EAT JUNK
FOOD FOR ITS FLAVOR RATH
Public Speech SPE 21
Speech date 11/12/2015
To inform audience about term branding and its history.
What is brand? Brand is NOT: a logo, corporate identity, advertising, marketing.
Brand is: conf
Public Speech SPE 21
Speech date 11/24/2015
Six benefits of having a positive attitude at work.
To persuade my listeners to keep positive attitude at work.
A. Having a positive attitude at work can help you
6 benefits of having a positive attitude at work
Persuasion is convincing someone to get something they want.
It starts from childhood. It is geneticaly passed down.
As we grow we use different stratigy logic fat to get something we want.
What is persuasion:
A .Persuasion is art of
Persuasive Speech Preparation Outline
Title: We must end our addiction to social networking.
General purpose: To persuade
Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience that actions need to be taken to stop the
addiction to social networking.
In my perspective mindfulness is always lost inside of anger. The world would have been
clear and peaceful if everyone would be mindful. Unfortunately, most of are not mindful and not
every human mind is a same. Everyone has belief and culture
The process of hearing, listening and
What you can do to develop stronger
How to apply these enhanced skills in the
business and professional context through
What is Nonverbal
All types of communication that do not rely
on words or other linguistic systems
Any message other than written or spoken
words that convey meaning
Anything in a message besides the words
Meaning: A Voyage into Human
Cocreation of meaning: the fact that
meaning is constructed by the message
sender AND receiver.
Meaning: linguistic or symbolic mental
value placed on the presence of some
type of stimuli in the environment and
Listening Contexts: Different
Types of Listening
Discriminative Listening: Listening to
determine the differences between two
things, such as two sounds.
Comprehension Listening: Focusing on
understanding the meaning of a message.
Biased Listening: Listen
Active Listening: Relaying
Theory into Practice
Passive Listening: A type of listening that
is not active and does not entail an effort
in obtaining meaning in communication.
Active Listening: Focused listening with
a strong interest in the speaker and th
Proxemics: Personal Distance
Intimate Distance: 0 to 18 inches
Personal Distance: 18 inches to 4 feet
Social Distance: 4 feet to 12 feet
Public Distance: 12 feet or more
Types of Nonverbal
-Public territory: Space that is availabl
Types of Nonverbal
Kinesics: The study of our use of the
body to communicate. Body movements.
-Emblems: nonverbal behaviors that have a
distinct verbal referent/meaning.
-Illustrators: gestures used with language
to emphasize stress or repe
Basic Principles of Language
Arbitrary: Language symbols are random.
They do not have a one-to-one connection
to the thing/idea they represent.
Language changes over time.
Denotative meanings: Literal, dictionary
definition . The most precise definition
How do Theorist Describe
Language & Meaning
Semantic Triangle: A model used to
show the meaning of words as the
relationship between a word (or symbol),
it's associate thought, and the actual entity
1. Referent: The actual thing we want to
Verbal & Nonverbal Communication
What is Language
Language: a shared system of symbols
structured in organized patterns, used to
express thoughts & feelings.
Symbols: Something that represents
something else. In language, it's a label
How Can I Use Language
Dual perspective: recognizing the other
person's point of view and taking that into
account as you communicate.
Use accurate language: be descriptive,
and always define!
Use appropriate language: