BASIC PUBLIC SPEAKING
BASIC PUBLIC SPEAKING COM 181
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COM 181002 Exam 1 Review Sheet Wednesday September 24 Your exam will be given in class on Wed Sept 24 You will have all of the exam time to complete the exam The exam is worth 50 points Thefirst step is making sure thatyou have read the chapters and have all material that has been covered in class Keep in mind that I may ask questions that correlate with activities from class 7 if you were absent you will still be responsible for this information The test will include multiple choice short answer and essay questions Chapter 1 Introduction Public Speaking Effectiveness Model 4 elements of an effective speech Additional terms Microstructure macrostructure plagiarism Chapter 2 Con dence What is public speaking apprehension 3 phases of public speaking apprehension 5 general methods of overcoming apprehension 6 steps of an effective speech plan Additional terms Visualization systematic desensitization Chapter 3 Listening 8 types of problem causing listeners from lecture in class Differences in hearing amp listening How to attend to a speech 4 elements to consider when constructively critiquing a speech Chapter 4 Goals Things to consider when analyzing your audience Ways to gather audience data Hierarchy of organization 7 subject topic general goal How to phrase a speci c goal statement Additional terms egocentrism demographic analysis WIFM audience analysis Chapter 5 Adaptation Ways to consider audience 7 relevance proximity personal impact How to establish common ground What makes a speaker credible Additional terms audience adaptation personableness personal pronouns rhetorical questions trustworthiness Chapter 6 Research Primary vs secondary sources 4 Criteria for evaluating sources Review the Citing sources in the speech section on page 113 in your text COM 181002 Exam 3 Review Sheet Wed Nov 19 Your exam will be given in class on Wed Nov 19 You will have all of the class time to complete the exam The exam is worth 50 points The rst step is making sure thatyou have read the chapters and have all material that has been covered in class Keep in mind that I may ask questions that correlate with activities from class 7 if you were absent you will still be responsible for this information The test will include multiple choice short answer and essay questions Chapter 13 Persuasive Speaking purpose of persuasion 3 types of propositions of persuasion activity strategies for achieving persuasion 3 tools of persuasion Aristotle activity 4 organizational patterns of persuasive speaking fallacies in reasoning activity terms ethos pathos logos ad hominem eitheror hasty generalization false cause straw man Chapter 14 Actuation Speaking How to use emotional appeal in persuasion 3 types or stages of credibility 3 organizational patterns for actuation Monroe s motivated sequence terms goodwill empathy Chapter 15 Special Occasions 2 techniques for connecting to audience identi cation magni cation Know the goals and considerations for the different types of special occasion speeches Chapter 16 Group 3 group presentation formats 5 responsibilities to group 5 tips or stages of preparing group presentations terms synergy groupthink systematic problemsolving method Additional Concept How to create effective PowerPoint presentations from PowerPoint tutorial Also remember that Exam 3 in a cumulative nal You will not be asked nitpick qu estiOns about material from Exam 1amp2 However you are responsible for knowing the key concepts we have learned throughout the semester A few of the more important elements we ve discussed How to formulate a speci c goal statement Necessary elements of introductions and conclusions How to conduct an audience analysis How to evaluate sources for credibility COM 181002 Exam 2Review Sheet Friday October Your exam will be given in class on Fri Oct 10 You will have all of the class time to complete the exam The exam is worth 50 points T he first step is making sure that you have read the chapters and have all material that has been covered in class Keep in mind that I may ask questions that correlate with activities from class 7 if you were absent you will still be responsible for this information The test will include multiple choice short answer and essay questions Chapter 12 Informative speaking 5 characteristics of informative speaking 5 methods of informing Additional terms intellectual stimulation Chapter 7 Organizing amp Outlining Organizational patterns 7 chronological topical etc activity Elements of your speech 7 thesis statement main points support transitions How to construct a thesis statement 7 what 3 elements are necessary Purpose of transitions Guidelines for outlining a speech and developing main points Additional terms signposts section transitions peer amp expert testimony Chapter 8 Introductions amp Conclusions Primacyrecency effect 5 goals of the introduction activity 2 goals of the conclusion Additional terms rhetorical amp direct questions listener relevance link goodwill Chapter 9 Presentational Aids What type of visual aid is appropriate for the information you are sharing Know how to choose an appropriate presentational aid different types Bene ts of presentational aids Guidelines for presenting visual aids Chapter 10 Language 5 strategies for speaking clearly How can we use speci c and concrete language Speaking appropriately 7 formality sensitivity Additional terms denotation connotation jargon dialect slang sensory language vocalized pauses sensory language Chapter 11 Delivery You should be able to recognize the different elements of delivery voice gestures eye contact appearance etc pay speci c attention to the vocal expressiveness section on p 210 Additional terms pitch rate dynamic articulation pronunciation enunciation animated delivery