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P.Speaking Final

What are the three parts of Arguments? 1.Claim (proposition) 2.Evidence (Substantiates the claim) 3.Warrant (the reasoning behind it)
What are the four types of delivery? 1.Manuscript 2.Memory 3.Impromptu 4.Extemporaneously
What does Manuscript delivery involve? Word from word script, try not to read too much, focus on good vocal variety
What does Memory delivery involve? Good for very short speeches (i.e. wedding vows), focus on communicating rather than remembering, oratory-the original speech method/formal name for speaking from memory
What does speaking Impromptu involve unpracticed, spontaneous, improvised, try to retain the standard speech structure, try to organize your points into a discernible pattern
What does speaking Extemporaneously involve? What is used in this class, practiced and prepared not memorized, natural/conversation style, falls between impromptu and written/memorized deliveries, more speeches delivered by extemp. than by any other, extemp. speaking doesnt present drawbacks
What are nonverbal components of delivery? Facial expressions, personal appearance, eye contact, posture, gestures, proxemics
What is involved with eye contact? Scanning
What is scanning? Looking at everyone/look them in the eyes. Should be able to make audience feel recognized.
What percentage of of delivery is conveyed through nonverbal signs? 65-93%
Plagiarism Don't forget to cite source, don't use others material
What format should you use for a reference page? APA format
What should be developed after the specific purpose and thesis statements have been developed? Main Points
What are primary pieces of knowledge or key arguments? Main Points
What can be determined from the thesis statement? Main Points
There are usually 2-4 of these involved in a speech Main Points
What should be previewed in the intro? Main Points
What is reviewed in the body and summarized in the conclusion? Main Points
What part of the speech is supported by evidence? Main Points
True or false: Colors can set a certain mood or tone TRUE (blue-calm, red-exciting, yellow-cheerful)
True or false: Colors do not have meaning FALSE
Give an example of color meaning changing based on culture In China, red means happiness
Should you use color consistently throughout your powerpoint? Yes
How many colors should you have per slide or poster? 2-3
What are supporting materials? Examples, Testimony, Stories, Facts, Statistics
What are the three types of examples? brief, extended, hypothetical
What do examples do? illustrate, describe, or represent things, aid in understanding and add clarity, offer alternate way of explaining
What are Brief examples? Short to the point (will use this more)
Extended examples more detailed/elaborate
Hypothetical examples could happen but hasn't happened yet ("what if" concept)(use in persuasive speech)
What are the two types of Testimony?> expert, lay
Expert testimony includes findings, accounts, or opinions from experts or professionals (MUST be cited)
Lay testimony of the average person (i.e. eye witness accounts)
What do stories do? add color and depth, also called narratives
What are the two types of stories? Anecdote (short stories), and Extended narratives (larger detailed stories more important to a speech)
What is a demographic?> statistical characteristics of a given population.
What are some demographics? age, ethnic/cultural backgrounds, social economic status (income, occupation, education), religion, political affiliation, and gender
What is the General Purpose statement? to persuade (to inform)
What is the Specific Purpose statement? a single phrase stating what you expect the speech to accomplish.
What is a Thesis statement? concisely identifies for your audience in a single sentence what the speech is about. (can be main point)
Created by: HaleyLee
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