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Public Speaking

Chapter one

Civility Civility is the care and concern for others, the thoughtful use of words and language, and the flexibility to see the many sides of an issue.
Public Dialogue Public Dialogue is the ethical and civil exchange of ideas and opinions among communities about topics that affect the public
Public Speaking Model Speaker sends a message to their audience while the audience listens and gives feedback to the speaker. The means by which the message/feedback are conveyed is called the channel. The context is the environment or situation in which a speech occurs.
Ethical Public Speaking To be an ethical public speaker, you must consider the impact of your words and ideas and arguments on others when you enter the public dialogue
Communication Apprehension The level of fear or anxiety associated with either real or anticipated communication with another person(s). There are two types of communication apprehension: Trait anxiety and State anxiety
What are the five different sources of communication in which we can engage? Intrapersonal communication, interpersonal communication, group communication, mass communication, and public communication.
How to deal with nervousness Know your speech, practice, do your research, deep breathing, have realistic expectations, find good connection points, be a good audience member, move around, visualize yourself, keep a positive attitude.
Created by: cassidylm34