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YIG Midterm Exam

Campo/Camp Christina 2011 YIG Midterm Exam Review

QuestionAnswer
What is Ethos? Ethos- character, intelligence, and goodwill of the speaker as determined by the audience
What is Logos? Logos- Greek word that refers to logic and reasoning
What is Pathos? Pathos- the use of emotion to motivate an audience to agree with you
What 3 questions does the audience ask about the speaker during a speech? 1. Can I trust this speaker? 2. Does the speaker know what he is talking about? 3. Is the speaker interested in my well being?
What 5 things distract an audience during a speech? Oversized pins or jewelry, ties with intracate prints, dangaling earrings, swaying back and forth, and repeating the same words like like or um.
What 5 things does the audience appreciate? Citing accurate research, projecting your voice, appearing confident, being prepared with accurate information, and making eye contact.
Created by: thamesfamily