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Chapter 1 & 2

Introduction to Public Speaking 6/1/2011
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Adam Sharples

on 5 November 2016

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Transcript of Chapter 1 & 2

Communication
Rhetorical Situation
Introduction to Public Speaking
Communicare
SMCR Model
Influential Factors
Interaction Between People That
Create Shared Meaning
Increase Understanding
Strengthen Understanding
"To share and build in common"
What do you think communication is?
Feedback
Language
People Used to Think It Was Simple
Receiver
Sender
1960's
What is Missing?
noise
Psycholgocial
Social Noise
Organizational
Physiological
Environmental
Any response from the listener to the speaker.
Immediate
Delayed
is representative
Communication In Context
Interpersonal
Intrapersonal
Group
Mass
Public
is any communication that occurs between
a speaker and at least 10 audience members.
This is the focus of our class
Exigence
Audience
Speaker
Speech
Identification
Vilification
Common Ground
Voluntary / Captive
a problem that can be helped, not necessarily solved, through a speech.
Speech should include 3 types of appeals.

Logos
Ethos
Pathos
Structre
emotional APpeal
Credibility
demonstrated by the speaker through the process of speaking
The speech Itself
DUH!
Rhetorical Cannons
Invention
Arragnement
Style
Delivery
Memory
Presentation
MOdes

OUtlines
Manuscript
Extemporaneous
Presentation
Preparation
Introduction
Body
Conclusion
Purpose
Thesis Statements
Topic
General Purpose
Specific Purpose
Thesis Statements
Ice Breaker Speech
“Today, I have chosen this object, a ______, to describe myself.”
Select an Object Important To you
Ceremonial
Deliberative
Forensic
Of the present
Of the past
Of the future
Memorized
involves writing down every word of a speech, memorizing every word, and then reciting the speech in front of an audience.
More Formal
Signposting
Sourcing
Exigence?
Audience?
Language?
Good Man Speaking Well
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