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audience
analysis
Studying and Adapting to audience.
interlibrary
loan
libraries lending books to one another.
database
a collection of related information.
card
catelog
tells what books libraries have.
subject
card
catelog card by topic.
title
card
card catelog by heading.
author
card
car catelog by writer.
online
services for database research.
index
where you find information in a book.
table of
contents
outlined plan of book.
plagiarism
copying other people's work.
paraghrasing
rewording the information.
ghost
writers
writing for someone else to publish.
outline
speaker's map
transition
sentence leading from one topic to another.
body
heart of the speech.
main
headings
taglines for main points.
spacial
pattern
space relationship organization.
transition
words/phrases that lead discussion.
problem-
solution
pattern
present problem and possible solutions.
narrative
storytelling attention-getter.
chronological
pattern
sequencial organization.
supporting
material
reinforces/proves main points.
quotation
attention-getter using someone's exact words.
link
betwen attention-getter and thesis to connect the two.
sub
ordination
rank and indent items in an outline.
climatic
pattern
order of importance.
thesis
statement
sentences telling audience what you will speak about.
purpose
statement
part of speech establishing central idea.
preview
statement
last sentence of introduction giving overview of main points.
introduction
first part of a three-part speech/begins the speech.
delivery
manner of speaking.
inflection
tone/pitch alternation.
manuscript
method
reading speech.
pronunciation
saying sounds of words properly.
monotone
speaking at the same rate and pitch.
memorized
method
speech given from memory.
pitch
highs/lows of voice.
extemporaneous
method
speech given from an outline.
rate
speaking speed.
impromptu
method
speaking "off the cuff" or off the top of your head.
oral
cavity
pharynx
vocalized
pauses
dead spaced filled with distratcing phrases.
power
source
vocal process and energy to make sound.
phonation
voice production
articulation
distinctness of how we say syllables.
volume
loudness/softness of voice.
vocal
process
breathing/vocal system that creates sound.