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* Audience- the group of spectators at a public event; listeners or viewers collectively, as in attendance at a theater or concert. The audience was respectful of the speaker's opinion.
* Method- a procedure, technique, or way of doing something, especially in accordance with a definite plan. There are three possible methods of repairing this motor.
* Purpose- an intended or desired result; end; aim; goal. * Situation- condition; case; plight.
He is in a desperate situation.
* Critical Listening- to be able to listen and give feedback on what we hear and include our responses on other ways the subject relates to life or us. * Empathy- the ability to put yourself in another person’s place. * Hearing- the act of perceiving sound.

* Listening- is the intensity-forcing more air out of the diaphragm. * Precision- to be exact.
* Retention- the act or power of remembering things; memory. * Selective Listening- only listening to things you want to hear. * Articulation (enunciation) - how clear and precise you speak is called Articulation but may also be called Enunciation. * Emphasis- the varying volume and intensity especially to show emotion. * Framing- is when you use pauses before and after a word, sentence or phrase to give it emphasis * Inflection- change in pitch or tone of voice.

* Intensity- a high degree of emotional excitement; depth of feeling. The poem lacked intensity and left me unmoved.
* Pause- refers to taking a small breath or rest before speaking or before state a thought or idea. * Pitch- highs and lows, inflections used to show emotion * Resonance- the application and enrichment of voice.

* Respiration- rate of breath
* Speech Rate- the speed at which you talk.
* Vibration – when you use your vocal chords
* Volume- is the intensity-forcing more air out of the diaphragm
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