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Communications Ch 11

Planning Public Presentations

Crediting or referencing the sources of information: Attribution
Speakers adapt the speech to the audience's needs, level of knowledge, background, and interests: Audience Centered
What the audience believes is going to happen during the speech: Audience Expectations
Participating to create change, organizing others who share a common vision, and working to improve communities and organizations: Civic Engagement
The age, sex, socioeconomic status, ethnicity or nationality, level of education, and professional interests of the audience: Demographic Characteristics
The overall objective of the speech, such as to inform, to persuade, or to entertain: General Speech Purpose
On the Internet, this is the first document or landing site, through which additional information can be accessed Homepage
The time, mood, and setting of the speech: Occasion
Using other people's ideas, methods, or words without proper acknowledgement: Plagiarism
Firsthand knowledge, testimony, or direct evidence from authors who created the information: Primary Source
Software that searches homepages for key words and phrases: Search Engine
Information based on other people's observation or research: Secondary Source
The precise goal the speaker wants to achieve with the audience: Specific Speech Purpose
A speech whose overall objective is to amuse, enthrall, cheer, charm, or otherwise please an audience: Speech to Entertain
A speech whose overall objective is to explain a concept, idea, or process to an audience: Speech to Inform
A speech whose overall objective is to influence an audience to accept a belief, agree with a value, or take an action: Speech to Persuade
Software that allows you to go from one site to another on the Internet and view Web pages: Web Browser
Created by: foster1317