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Guidelines for Ethical Listening

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Tokwan Luffy

on 2 October 2013

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Transcript of Guidelines for Ethical Listening

Guidelines for Ethical Listening
THE IMPORTANCE OF ETHICS
Show respect for your audience
Respect your audience' time
Prepare very well
Be yourself

GUIDELINES FOR ETHICAL SPEAKING
Make sure your goals are ethically sound
Be fully prepared for each speech
Be honest in what you say
Avoid name- calling in other forms of abusive language
Put ethical principles into practice
Plagiarism
come from plagiarius, the Latin word for kidnapper.
Means that to present another person's language or idea as your own.
3 Type of Plagiarism
Global Plagiarism
stealing your speech entirely
from another source and
passing it off as your own.
Patchwork plagiarism
stealing ideas or language
from two or three sources and
passing them off as one's own.
WHAT IS ETHICS ?
Be courteous and attentive
come to class and prepared to listen to and learn from ur classmates speeches.
how?

Avoid prejudging the speaker
"don't judge a book by its cover"
your aim:
-to listen carefully to speaker's ideas
-to assess the evidence and reasoning
-to reach an intelligent judgement

Maintain the free and open expression of ideas
ensuring a person's freedom to express her/his ideas doesn't mean you agree with those ideas
Incremental Plagiarism
It oocurs when the speaker fails to give credit for particular parts of a speech that are borrowed from other people.
The most important of these increments:
* Quatations
* Pharaphrases
ETHICS and PUBLIC SPEAKING
GROUP MEMBERS :

MOHD ASHRAF BIN MOHD TAHIR UK27982
MUHAMAD HAZMAN BIN MD HUSIN UK28026
MOHD WAFIUDDIN BIN RAHMAT UK 27953
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