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Luke Acts Final

Final for UBBL

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Seven parts Listener, Speaker, Decoding, Incoding, message, channels, feedback
listener decoding
speaker encoding
message What the speaker intends to get accross(verbal/nonverbal (what he wants the listener to understand
feedback responses (verbal/nonverbal of the listener
channel the medium of the message/feedback:5 senses
Situation time, place, context, occasion
interference Anything that impedes the message wheter internal, external -semantics
Crediblity is the audience's perception of th espeaker
Credibility has to aspects: 1. Competence 2. Character
Competence How an audience regards a speaker
Characer How an audience regards a speaker's sincerity, trustworthiness, and concern for the well-being of the audience
Types of credibilty 1. Initial credibility 2. Derived credibility 3. terminal credibility
How to establish creibility Esplain comptetence, establish common ground w/ audience, deliver your speeches fluently , expressibely and with conviction
Evidence Facts, examples, statistics, testimony
Things to remember when using and finding evidence use specific, use novel, from credible sources, and make clear the point of evidence
Hasty generalization A fallacy in which a speaker jumps to a genral principle to a specific conclusion
Reasoning from principle reasoning that moves from a general principle to a specific conclusion
causal reasoning do not assume that events have only a single cause
False cause mistakenly assumes that because one event follow another, the first event was the cause of it
analogical reasoning compares 2 similar events
red herring A fallacy that introduces an irrelevant issue to divert attention from the subject under discussion
Persuasion: The priocess of creating, reinforcing, or changing people's mind, beliefs or actions
Four classical appeals of persuation 1. Logos-logic/reason 2. Pathos-emotion 3. Mythos-tradition (oral tradition 4. Ehtos (integrity (establishin my integrity
T/FDegrees of persuasion are always left to right True
Degrees of persuasion Strongly opposed-moderately opposed-slight opposed- neutral- slightly in favor- moderately in favor0strong in favor
Fact A question of an assertion
Value morality, worth of an idea
Policy A question about whether a specific course of action
passive agreement wou cares what they do, just agree with me
Immediate action take action support policy
Need Serious problem that needs to change
HWat does practicality mean Will it solve the problem
Comparative advantage Tow colutions, why mine is mroe realistic or better
Order for Persuation speech Problem solution order, problemen-cause- solution, comparative advantage,
Monroes Motivated sequence Attention, need, satisfaction, vizualization, action
Macguire awareness, understanding, agreement, enactment, integration
Claim Conclusion speaker desires
Wuestion of value, A question about the worth, rightness, morality and so forht of an idea or action
A question of policy specifc course of action should/not be taken
Problem solution order first main point deals with existence, second with the solution
T/FMonroe seeks immediate action True
Monroe's motivated sequence Attention-get audience to listen 2.Need- to get audience to feel a need or want 3.Satisfaction -to tell audience how to fill need Visualization-to get audience to see benefits of solution Action -to get audience to take action
Created by: ok2bpure
 

 



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