Chapter 8: Supporting Ideas and Building Arguments
8.1 Using Research as Support
support refers to a range of strategies that are used to develop the central idea and specific
purpose by providing corroborating evidence
o Designed to help ground
Chapter 14: Delivering the Speech
14.1 Four Methods of Delivery
Reading a speech lacks the need to connect to the audience
Presentation of a short message without advance preparation
Advantage of this kind of speaking is that
Chapter 13: The Importance of Language
13.1 Oral versus Written Language
Language refers to the words you choose to use in your speech
Basic Functions of Language
Language is any formal system of gestures, signs, sounds, and symbols used or conc
Chapter 3: Speaking Confidently
3.1 What is Communication Apprehension?
Definition of Communication Apprehension
Communication apprehension is a term that refers to an individuals fear or anxiety associated
with either real or anticipated commun
Chapter 18: Speaking to Entertain
18.1 Understanding Entertaining Speeches
An entertaining speech is designed to captivate an audiences attention and regale or amuse
them while delivering a message
Entertaining speeches are often delivered on sp
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION SELFREFLECTION PAPER
Purpose of the Assignment: For you to reflect on your own interpersonal communication
skills and how you plan to improve these skills.
Due Date: September 25, 2017 at the be
Chapter 5: Culture
What is Culture?
Established, coherent set of beliefs, attitudes, values, and practices shared by a
large group of people
Learned= many sources and continuous process
Communicated= practices regarding communication, nonver
Chapter 10 Romantic Relationships
Defining Romantic Relationships
Liking Versus Loving
Liking= affection and respect
Loving= deeper more intense emotional experience
Sternbergs Theory of Love
o Intimacy= closeness, connectedness
o Passion= attraction,
Chapter 1: Introduction
Five Features of Communications
Process: interconnected actions
Messages: the package of information
Channels: sensory dimensions (5 senses)
Media: tools for exchanging messages
Its not just common sense!
5 Common Forms of
COMM 1500 EXAM 1 STUDY GUIDE
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3 phases of roommate
Characteristics of power
Perceived incompatible goals
COMM 4370 MIDTERM REVIEW
First part is Stillion Southard-provided review guide, second part is other
Stillion Southard Provided Review Guide:
Know all the elements of the following concepts:
Feminine style (anecdotes, personal testimony, h
Figure out the rhetorical strategies that Maria Stewart created.
Her biggest challenge is having her audience see that she was participating in
their own oppression
Making them see that they need to act now & how important that is
Study Guide NRRT 1100e
The following is a general guide that will provide some direction and
guidance in your studying for Quiz Two over chapters 5, 6, 7 and 8. Please
contact me if you have any questions (via the Discussion Room, of
Why Use Presentation Aids?
Improving Audience Understanding
Clarification - especially if the information is complex or visual in nature
Example: Coriolis Effect
Emphasizing Key points
Aiding Attention and Recall
Visual learning (83% of human learn
Speeches given during a ceremony or ritual marked by observance of formality
Speeches of Introduction
Mini-speech given before a keynote address meant to introduce the speaker to
his or her audience.
This should have s
Stantons 1848 Address
Why is this speech important?
Stantons ethos as?
Ethos historically is known as the woman who embodied the early
womens rights movements
Considered one of the best public speakers of the 19th century
next to Lincoln
Carrie Chapman Catt, The Crisis, 1916 at the NAWSA Convention
How does Catt define a crisis?
A culmination of events which calls for new consideration and new decisions
Why do we need a crisis?
People were becoming complacent and we needed to instill a
Denotative v. Connotative
Denotative: the specific meaning associated with a word
Ex. Home: a domicile or shelter
Connotative: The idea suggested by or associated with a word
Ex. A loving place, a refuge, Georgia, where the heart is, an unhappy
The Grimke Sisters & Anti-Slavery Female Speakers, 1830s
Sarah & Angelina Grimke
Raised on a slave-owning plantation in South Carolina
Angelina: caught trying to teach a slave to reach (the slave she got as her 12th
Moved to the North and joi
Analysis: Argument 2
The Sentimental Style & Argumentative Voice
Define: long illustrations, humorous anecdotes, point-counterpoint
Instructs audience how to think and feel
Speaking at length: showed Stanton as what?
Allowed Stanton to thoroughly re
COMM 4370 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE
Top part is Stillion Southard review guide, bottom part is notes!
Total of 40 or 50 questions
Section 1: 30 multiple choice questions.
Section 2: 10 true/false questions.
Stillion Southard Provided Review Guide:
Kristin Andersen 3:30- 4:45 T/R
Affection Deprivation in Romantic Relationships
By: Colin Hesse & Alan C. Mikkelson
27 March 2017
This article focuses on a study of 401 participants, 213 males and 188 fem
Running head: BETTER TO BEND A LITTLE THAN TO BREAK
BETTER TO BEND A LITTLE THAN TO BREAK:
A Life of Compromise
By: Madeline Shedd
Interpersonal Communication 1500
T/TR 3:30 PM
BETTER TO BEND A LITTLE THAN TO BREAK
The Family Heirloom
A. AGD - My grandmother brought me to an old house that stood abandoned. It seemed to
somewhat collapse inwardly onto itself. Sort of like a loaf of bread gotten out of the oven
too soon. She sat me down on a wooden roc
Falling into the cliche : what are some topics that are unique?
- Don t do the mom story
Humor : These speeches can be funny!
A. Is this an appropriate topic.
B. Will people actually find it funny
Chapter 18 Notes
Two specific types of ent
Speaking to Entertain
Nature of Entertainment
and Entertaining Speeches
Speaking is informative, persuasive, or
Captivate audiences attention and regale/amuse
listeners while delivering a message.
The Importance of Language
Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought
forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in
Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men
are created equal.
Now we are engaged in a great ci
The fear or anxiety associated with either real or anticipated
communication with another person or persons (James C.
Psychological and Physiological Response
Bodys systems shift into ove