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THE DIFF. BTW PUBLIC SPEAKING AND CONVERSATION
PUB. SPEAKING IS MORE PLANNED
PUB. SPEAKING IS MORE FORMAL
PUB. SPEAKING IS LESS FLUID ADN INTERACTIVE THEN CONVO.
3 MODELS OF COMMUNICATION
COMMUNICATION AS ACTION
COMMUNICATION AS INTERACTION
COMMUNICATION AS TRANSACTION
ETHOS
CREDIBILITY (ETHICS) OF TEH SPEAKER
PATHOS
APPEALS TO THE EMOTION
LATHOS
(LOGIC) YOUR ARGUMENT YOUR APPEALS TO INTELLECT
ELOCUTION
THE EXPRESSION OF EMOTION THROUGH POSTURE, MOVEMENT, GESTURES, FACIAL EXPRESSIONS, AND VOICE
DECLAMATION
THE DELIVERY OF AN ALREADY FAMOUS SPEECH
GENERAL PURPOSE
THE GOAL OF A SPEECH:
TO INFORM
TO PERSUADE
TO ENTERTAIN
SPECIFIC PURPOSE
A CONCISE STATEMENT OF THE DESIRED AUDIENCE RESPONSE, INDICATING WHAT YOU WANT YOUR LISTENERS TO REMEMBER, FEEL, OR DO WHEN YOU FINISH SPEAKING
5 CANONS OF RHETORIC
(INVENTION)
PROCESS OF DISCOVERY
DEDUCTION/INDUCTION
5 CANONS OF RHETORIC
(ARRANGEMENT)
TAKING THAT INFO AND PUT IT INTO STRUCTURE
5 CANONS OF RHETORIC
(DELIVERY)
PROCESS OF COMM. YOUR MSG
5 CANONS OF RHETORIC
(STYLE)
FORMAL? LANG?? WHO AUDIENCE?
5 CANONS OF RHETORIC
(MEMORY)
USE OF MEMORIES
PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE
PLAGIARISM
PRESENT SOMEONE ELSE'S WORDS OR IDEAS AS THOUGH THEY WERE ONE'S OWN
PLAGIAPHRASING
FAILURE TO GIVE CREDIT FOR COMPELLING PHRASES TAKEN FROM ANOTHER SOURCE
EHTHICAL SPEECH
SPEECH THAT IS RESPONSIBLE, HONEST, AND TOLERANT
STEPS TO LISTENING
SELECT: SINGLE OUT A MSG FROM SEVERAL COMPELLING MSGS
ATTEND:TO FOCUS ON OR SELECT INCOMING INFO FOR FURTHER PROCESSING
UNDERSTAND:TO ASSIGN MEANING TO THE STIMULI TO WHICH YOU ATTEND
REMEMBER: TO RECALL IDEAS/INFO
RECIEVER APPREHENSION
THE FEAR OF MISUNDERSTANDING OR MISSINTREPRETING THE SPKEN MSGS OF OTHERS
EMPATHETIC LISTENING
STOP: COMPLETE ATTENTION TO SPEAKER
LOOK: EYE CONTACT PAY ATTENTION
LISTEN: PAY ATTENTION TO DETAILS, MSGS, MAJOR IDEAS
IMAGINE:VISUALIZE HOW YOU WOULD FEEL IN THE SPEAKERS SHOES
CHECK:UNDERSTANDING ASKING ? TO CLARIFY
DEMOGRAPHICS
STATISTICAL INFO ABOUT THE AGES RACE GENDER SEXUAL ORIENTATION EDUCATION LEVEL RELGIOUS VIEWS OF AUDIENCE
AUDIENCE ADAPTATION
THE PROCESS OF ETHICALLY USING INFO ABOUT AN AUDIENCE IN ORDER TO ADAPT ONES MSGS SO THAT IT IS CLEAR AND ACHIEVES THE SPEAKING OBJECTIVE
SITUATIONAL AUDIENCE ANALASYS
AN EXAMINATION OF THE TIME AND PALCE OF A SPEECH THE AUDIENCE SIZE, AND THE SPEAKING OCCASION IN ORDER TO DEVELOP A CLEAR AND EFFECTIVE MSG
WHAT ARE THE 3 GUIDELINES IN SELCTING A TOPIC
CONSIDER THE AUDIENCE
CONSIDER THE OCCASION
CONSIDER YOURSELF
HYPOTHETICAL ILLUSTRATION
AN EXAMPLE THAT MIGHT HAPPEN BUT THAT HAS NOT ACTUALLY OCCURED
DESCRIPTION/EXPLANATION
A WORD PICTURE OF SOMETHING
A STATEMENT THAT MAKES CLEAR HOW SOMETHING IS DONE IT EXISTS IN ITS PRESENT FORM OR EXISTED IN ITS PAST FORM
EXPLAINING HOW
SPEAKERS WHO DISCUSS OR DEMONSTRATE PROCESSES OF ANY KIND RELY AT LEAST IN PART ON EXPLANATION OF HOW THOSE PROCESSES WORK
EXPLAINING WHY
INVOLVES GIVING REASONS FOR OR CONSEQUENCES OF A POLICY, PRINCIPLE, OR EVENT EXPLAINING WHY SOME CONDITION OR EVENT EXISTS, PROVIDES AN ANALYSIS THAT OFTEN LEADS TO BETTER SOLUTIONS