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forum panel members invite questions and comments from the audience
cooperative working together
competitive challenging each other
panel discussion an informal discussion that takes place in front of an audience
constructive conflict members use their differences to discover the best ideas and not score to score points against one another
disruptive conflict turns the discussion into a debate where personal victory is more important than group decision
link the statement that comes between the attention-getter and the thesis statement
thesis statement "today i am going to talk about---" is?
preview statement the last sentence of your introduction that gives the audience an overview of the major areas that will be discussed is called?
discussion a cooperative exchange of opinions, ideas, and information
round table a panel discussion where members discuss a topic while sitting around a table
symposium a formal discussion where the people present opposing view points
town hall meeting where a large group of people assemble to discuss their problems
cohesion when members have respect for one another, and support one another
criteria a set of standards that a solution must meet
nitpickers want everything to be spelled out and will "quibble" until they get what they want
eager beavers want to offer a solution whether or not they have given it any thought
wise crackers the group clowns, people who seek attention in anyway possible
superior beings looking down on everyone else in the group
dominators don't know when to quit talking
fence sitters don't take a position until they are sure what the "key people" will say
fear securing the necessary energy to do a job that really matters
performance anxiety an extreme fear of audiences
content having something important to say
organization having some type of outlining for your speech
notes jotting down your ideas in a brief fashion
friendliness be congenial
impression get off to a good start
dedication practice X3
empathy knowing how it feels to feel that way
new keep it fresh
conviction believe in what u say
enthusiasm get fired up
communication the sending and receiving of messages for the purposes of understanding
sender the one who transmits the message
message what is actually being said
receiver the one who intercepts the message, decodes it, and interprets it
feedback includes the reactions that the receiver give to the message offered by the sender
written communication communication that the receiver has to read
verbal communication communication that is spoken
nonverbal communication form of communication that uses gestures and symbols instead of words
stereotype labeling a person into a group based on a preconceived idea as to what that group represents
perception how you see things
think info for sender. T---- before u speack
articulate info for sender. a------ your words
watch info for the sender. w------ the receiver of your words to make sure that u r getting the correct nonverbal signals
ask info for the receiver. a--- questions, make polite requests
learn info for receiver. L---- more about issues and people
relate info for reciever. r---- to the background and experiences of those speaking
Created by: lbanana217