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speech terms

group speech

first step define the problem
second step establish a criteria or workable solution
third step analyze the problem
fourth step suggest possible solutions
fifth step evaluate each solution and select best one
sixth step suggest ways for testing or carrying out the solution
discussion can happen in two ways cooperative and competitive
panel discussion informal discussion that takes place in front of an audience
round table people get together to discuss topics
forum panel members invite the audience to give comments and ask questions
symposium opposing viewpoints stand in front of an audience and give short speeches about a particular subject
example of symposium presidential debate
town hall meeting large group getting together to meet about topics
types of conflict constructive and disruptive
nitpickers want everything speeled out for them and will quibble until they get what they want
eager beaver want to offer a solution whether or not they had given it any thought
fencesitter don't take position until they are sure what the "key people" will say
wise crackers group clowns, people who seek attention anyway possible
superior beings look down at the whole bussiness
dominators dont know when to quit talking
Created by: lbanana217