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Study Guide Exam 1

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Study Guide Exam 1 COM 101H

Aimee Kalczuk
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Introduction to Communication
Papa, Wendy

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Introduction to Communication
Papa, Wendy
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cmu, central michigan university, COM 101H, Intro to Communication, Wendy Papa
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EXAM 1 STUDY GUIDE CHAPTER 1 1 Name three reasons it is important to study communication 2 What do you call a form of communication where it is one sided the speaker relays information to a recipient 3 What is the difference between interactive and transactional communication forms 4 De ne Source encoding message channel decoding receiver and noise 5 How is speaking in the information age different than in past eras 6 What are the three forms of communication between individuals Provide examples 7 List some ways a person communicates competently 8 True or false The more one communicates the better one becomes 9 True or false A person does not have to be a born speaker they can become one 10 What are the other three myths of communication CHAPTER 2 1 Make a descriptive model of the steps in the perception process Provide examples for each 2 De ne the impression formation principles and give examples 3 List the three perceptions of self and how they are similar and different to each other 4 What is the Johari Window 5 Define social comparison theory and selffulfillinf prophecy What are some examples CHAPTER 3 1 What are some ways a person can organize a speech 2 How is an introduction bene cial What are some necessary points to make in an introduction 3 List the parts of a formal outline 4 How does one write a conclusion Provide an example 5 What is the point of a purpose statement Example 6 De ne a central idea and ve an example 7 De ne and give examples of each ways of organizing your main point Chronoligical spatial causal problemsolution and topical CHAPTER 4 1 List the rules of delivery 2 What are the four methods of delivery Explain 3 What are some ways and examples of using your voice while giving a speech 4 What are some physical expressions people use when delivering a speech and why are they effective 5 How does one practice his or her delivery SPEECH ANXIETY BB CHAPTER 1 List the symptoms and causes of speech anxiety 2 True or false Trait apprehension is when a person feels speech anxiety only in certain situations 3 What is state apprehension 4 List and provide examples for the two types of internal speech anxiety 5 What are some characteristics that high speech apprehension and low speech apprehension share What are some differences 6 How does one overcome speech anxiety AUDIENCE ANALYSIS BB CHAPTER 1 What are some ways a person is audiencecentered 2 What are some different demographics in an audience and how can one be sensitive to them 3 De ne situational analysis 4 What are different types of audience psychology 5 What are some ways a person could gain information about an audience ETHICS BB CHAPTER 1 Why is it so important to pick an ethical topic 2 What are some ways a person gets a credible resource What are some ways a person would not get a credible resource 3 Give examples for the different types of plagiarism 4 How does one ethically create a speech 5 De ne the importance of these plagiarism and the internet preparing for a speech being honest and not using abusive language LANGUAGE BB CHAPTER 1 What is the connotative meaning of the word quotdarkquot What is the denotative meaning 2 What are ways a person uses language accurately and inaccurately Clearly and unclearly 3 What are two ways a person can use imagery Give examples 4 Give examples of the four ways to use rhythm in speaking 5 What are four ways to use language appropriately 6 What are some inclusive words you could use as opposed to exclusive ones PRESENTATION AIDS BB CHAPTER 1 What are some bene ts of a presentational aid 2 What types of presentational aids are there and how do they help 3 Guidelines for presentational aids 4 What good is a PowerPoint when giving a speech


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