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SPEECH CONTEXT AND STYLE

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Jose Joshua Patnugot

on 6 August 2016

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Transcript of SPEECH CONTEXT AND STYLE

Types of
Speech
Context
Interpersonal
This refers to communication between and among people and establishes personal relationship between and among them.
SPEECH

CONTEXT

AND

STYLE

EXAMPLES:
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You spent the night thinking and analyzing why a student from the other class talked to you on the way home and you decided it probably meant nothing.
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You felt happy while thinking about how your teacher appreciated you for submitting your project before the due date and you reflected on why this was so.
INTRAPERSONAL
This refers to communication that centers on one person where the speaker acts both as the sender and the receiver of the message. The message is made up of your thoughts and feelings. The Channel is your brain, which processes what you are thinking and feeling.
Solomon ang Theiss (2013) state that:
*The inter part of the world highlights how interpersonal communication connects people.
*when people engage in interpersonal communication you and another person become linked together.
*The personal part means that your unique qualities as a person matter during interpersonal communication.
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