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Ethics In Public Speaking

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Tempris Barrett

on 28 January 2013

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Transcript of Ethics In Public Speaking

Incremental Global Patchwork Different types of Plagiarism Plagiarism Guidelines
For
Ethical Speaking The Importance of Ethics Richard Arena Ethics and Public Speaking Be Fully Prepared Blake Banks Tempris Barrett Christina Brown Kelsey Cansler What Is Ethics? Webster's Definition
Of
Ethics 1.The discipline dealing with what is good or bad with obligation and duty
2.The principles or values of conduct governing an individual or group How does ethics relate to us? Guidelines
for
Ethical Listening What Not to Do When Listening to a Speech Talk amongst members of the audience Use Your cell phone Use your laptop Work on assignments from another course Make noises Be Honest in What You Say Avoid Abusive Language Explore your topic for each speech
Know your audience
Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse! Honesty is the basis for communication
Dishonesty in public speaking includes
Blatant lying
Manipulating statistics
Quoting a source out of context
Using very rare cases as typical examples What do you think are some examples of abusive or offensive language? Abusive or offensive language includes:
Profanity
Racial slurs
Stereotypes
Making fun of the audience

Do not act superior to your audience It guides our decisions.

Some examples include... Topic Discussions The Importance of Ethics
Guidelines for Ethical Speaking
Plagiarism
Guidelines for Ethical Listening How should ethics be determined? What do you think? Mary is at a party when she gets drugged and taken advantage of. A few weeks later she discovers she is pregnant and decides to have an abortion. Speechmaking through history Ethics is derived from the greek word "ethos" which means character.
Notable examples:
Adolf Hitler
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. How to make ethical decisions? There is a cause and effect relationship between words and actions
Think before you speak! Introducing Plagiarism Plagiarism is the "wrongful appropriation" and "purloining and publication" of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions," and the representation of them as one's own original work Be Honest in What You Say Be Courteous and Attentive The "Golden Rule"
How an audience should act during a speech:
Have good posture
Make eye contact
Show supportive facial expressions Avoid Prejudging the Speaker "Don't judge a book by its cover"
Try to understand the speaker
Always show respect Maintain the Free and Open Expression of Ideas Public speakers have the freedom of speech.
Listeners must be open to the speaker's ideas.
Listeners don't have to agree, but should still be open-minded. Thank You for Listening! Don't Let It Happen to You Plan your speech
Make sure you take effective notes
When in doubt ,cite sources
Know how to paraphrase In Conclusion......
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