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COMM 110 Fundamentals of Public Speaking Midterm Exam Guide

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COMM 110 Fundamentals of Public Speaking Midterm Exam Guide COMM 110

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This document covers what is on Renae Myszkowski's Midterm Exam at the University of North Dakota for the COMM 110 class.
Fundamentals of Public Speaking
R. Myszkowski
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Date Created: 10/10/16
Comm 110: Midterm Review Sheet FALL2016 Monday, October 10, 2016 (no make-up exams unless doctor’s written excused absence) 10 matching = 10 points 11 short answer = 65 points TOTALPOINTS = 75 points TERMS: 1. Brainstorming: 2. Chronological pattern: 3. Communication: 4. Delivery : 5. Logos (notes): 6. Pathos (notes): 7. Plagiarism: 8. Thesis statement: 9. Topical pattern: 10. Transitions: SHORTANSWER: Chpt 1: Becoming a Public Speaker  Communication process (elements) Chpt 2: Overview of a Speech  Steps in the speech preparation process Chpt 3: Managing Speech Anxiety  Checklist – steps in gaining confidence Chpt 5: Listeners and Speakers  Ways to become a better listener Chpt 6: Analyzing the Audience  Demographic analysis  Psychological analysis Chpt 7: Selecting a Topic and Purpose  Topic mapping, general purpose, specific purpose, and thesis statement Chpt 11: Organizing the Body of the Speech  3 principles of outlining (from notes) o coordination o subordination o parallel structure Chpt 14: Developing the Introduction and Conclusion  Purposes of speech introduction  Purposes of speech conclusion Chpt 15: Using Language  Writing for the ear vs. writing for the eye (from notes) Chpt 16: Methods of Delivery  4 methods of delivery o Impromptu o Manuscript o Memorized o Extemporaneous


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