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Date Created: 09/07/15
Speech Evaluation Using the following prompts evaluate the speech that is shown The speech will be shown only twice Be sure to provide concrete examples when necessary Be thorough and write in complete sentences Answers should be approximately 1 page in length 20 pts Introduction Did the speaker grab the audience s attention establish credibility establish relevance provide a thesis statement preview main points What did you like about the speaker s introduction Areas for improvement Body Structure Did the speaker use effective organization Were the points clearly delineated Did the speaker use transitions Body Content Did the speaker consistently cite sources Did the speaker provide sufficient support to back up hisher claims Did the speaker use sources that are fair and unbiased Did the speaker keep the points relevant to the audience Conclusion Did the speaker summarize the main points end with a clear closing statement Delivery amp Language Was the speaker s delivery effective What did he she do well Areas for improvement Be sure to include thoughts on eye contact gestures vocalics Did the speaker seem well preparedprofessional CHAPTER 2 LISTENING Key Terms 0 transactional communication including encode decode and noise Unit Concepts 0 Be able to define and discuss the different types oflistening o empathic o informational 0 critical 0 Be able to define and discuss the barriers to listening 0 passivity syndrome 0 automatic rejection 0 short attention span 0 stereotyping o distractions CHAPTER 14 PERSUASIVE SPEAKING Key Terms 0 public controversy 0 deliberating in good faith 0 burden ofproof o affective language Unit Concepts 0 Be able to define and discuss 0 questions of fact 0 questions ofvalue 0 questions ofpolicy 0 Be able to define and discuss the qualities that contribute to positive ethos o trustworthiness o competence o openmindedness o dynamism o How do language and emotional appeal contribute to persuasion CHAPTER 15 ARGUING PERSUASIVELY Key Terms demagoguery claims qualifiers reservations evidence 0 warrants Unit Concepts 0 Know the different between inductive and deductive reasoning 0 Be able to define and discuss the four main categories of fallacies o relevance 0 faulty reasoning o inadequate evidence 0 personal attack 0 Be able to define fallacies and identify them in conteXt CHAPTER 16 SPEAKING ON SPECIAL OCCASIONS Key Terms 0 epideictic Unit Concepts 0 Know the functions of ceremonial speaking O O O O 0 Be able to define and discuss the different forms of ceremonial speaking 0 speech ofintroduction o welcomefarewell address 0 presentationacceptance speeches I O commemorationcommencement addresses I I tributes and eulogies I inaugural and keynote addresses I I afterdinner speech I sermons CHAPTER 17 SPEAKING AND DELIBERATING IN GROUPS Key Terms 0 public deliberation o deliberative dialogue 0 public values 0 cohesiveness o groupthink Unit Concepts 0 Know the benefits of public deliberation O O O O O O O 0 Be able to discuss potential problems ofpublic deliberation 0 Be able to define and discuss the various group structures 0 O 0 Study circles Town hall meetings National issues forums 0 Be able to define the factors that in uence effective group deliberation O O O con ict role structure tolerance of dissent 0 status and power 0 leadership
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