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8th Speech

Speech Chapter 13

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What are the main purposes of a speech to inform? A speech that presents or describes information.
What does audience feedback tell speakers? Tells them if they're doing well or not.
What are examples of helpful feedback comments? You need to speak up, you need to make eye contact.
Why is using feedback forms an effective way of giving feedback to a speaker? It helps the speaker for their next speech.
What are the 6 principles for informing? The need to know, connections, organizations, repititions, feelings, focus
What are 4 reasons to be a competent critic? Develop appreciation for speechmaking, become a better listener, improve your own speaking, help others become better speaker.
What are the 8 social-ritual speeches? speaker introductions, welcoming an audience, award presentations, acceptance speeches, nominations, announcements, relating stories, eulogies.
True/False: Public speaking is two-way communication. True
True/False: Too much information increases understanding. False
True/False: People who feel a "need to know" do not receive information easily. False
True/False: You cannot improve your own speaking by observing others speak. False
True/False: An example of a social-ritual is describing a person. True
What do you call it when a speech follows a set formula or pattern? social ritual
What do you call someone who evaluates or judges? critic
What kind of speeches usually include visual aids? demonstrations
What do you call it when you tell a speaker the good points, points of improving and how to improve? constructive criticism
What do you call new information that is related to information that is already known? connected information
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