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Mrs. B's Ch. 9

Speech Ch. 9 Vocabulary

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A type of speech delivery in which the speech is read to the audience Manuscript method
A type of speech in which the manuscript is learned and then delivered word-for-word without the use of the manuscript Memorization method
A type of speech delivery in which speakers prepare ideas for their speeches but do not memorize exact words. Extemporaneous method
A type of speech delivery in which the speaker talks "off the cuff" with little or no prior preparation. Impromptu method
Hand and arm movements used by a speaker to show movement from one part of a speech to another. Transitional gestures
Hand and arm movements used by a speaker to indicate characteristics of an object, such as size and shape. Descriptive gestures
Speaking successive syllables or words without a change in pitch. Monotone
The habit of filling in time between words or sentences with "uh", "er", "like", "you know" or similar sounds. Vocalized Pause
The way in which the tongue, teeth, lower jaw, and soft palate are used to produce speech sounds; the process of forming sounds into words. Articulation
The production of correct sounds and syllable stresses when speaking. Pronunciation
Created by: dbalthrop