• Speech (Com103)
    COM103 Study Guide Ch. 1 Parts of Communication Process Situation- time and place in which speech comm. occurs Speaker- person who is presenting an oral message to listener Listener- person who receives the speaker’s message Frame of reference- sum of person’s knowledge, experience, goals...
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  • Chapter 15
    Chapter: Fifteen Title: Persuasive Presentations Name: I. Objectives: 1. Identify four action goals of persuasive speaking. 2. Distinguish between immediate behavioral purposes and ultimate goals. 3. Describe and utilize persuasive-speaking strategies. 4. Recall four ethnical guidelines...
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  • Preparing for a Job Interview
    Public Speaking Persuasive Speech • Goal is to persuade the audience to do something • It must be something that is do-able for this audience • It should be something that they are capable of doing this year • You should provide them with everything they need to know in order to...
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  • Speech ...
    facts of your plan. Show how your solution works. VISUALIZATION Visualize the benefits. That is the heart of your motivational speech topic. Illustrate them with examples, anecdotes, comparisons, statistics, definitions and visual aids. Show succesful implementation in other organizations. Tell your...
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  • Study
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  • Communication Barriers
    your speech  A topic should tell the audience just enough about your speech to get them wondering what it is going to be about.  Simply stating the subject matter is not a good idea for a topic. Something like, "Money Politics" or "International Trade" not only tells the audience what the speech is going...
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  • Writing Speech
    Writing Your Speech KLB 1041 Public Speaking Select a Topic Assign Supporting Statements & Examples Organising Your Speech Choose Purpose & Focus Organise Your Main Points Once that is done …  Connecting  Selecting  Choosing  Create ideas. appropriate support effective...
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  • The Motivational Speech
    THE MOTIVATIONAL SPEECH Type of Speech: Students will deliver a 6-8 minute oratory that is motivational in nature. Purpose: ❖ To motivate your audience to act on your advice or agree with your perspective. ❖ To develop a speech that includes clarity, economy, and grace. ❖ To use stylistic devices...
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  • Public Speaking Definition
    Anything that impedes the communication of a message. Interference can be external or internal to listeners. Situation The time and place in which speech communication occurs. Ethnocentrism The belief that one’s own group or culture is superior to all other groups or cultures. ...
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  • first bensh students
    LECTURE 21 ................................................................................................................................. WRITING PERSUASIVE MESSAGES ........................................................................................................ 99 LECTURE 22 ..................
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  • Pursuasive Assignment
    all been persuaded to buy new and improved products. They do this by showing beautiful people using their products and usually showing them in the end gaining an accomplice of the opposite sex. The example I will now tell you about is how Gillette now uses five blades with the addition of being turbo...
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  • Informative Patterns
    arrangement of things that follow one after another in time. This pattern is used when your main points are connected by time. An example of this is if you gave a speech about the history of Toyota you would begin with how the company was created. Than you would finish with the description of what may...
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  • Persuasive Communication: Case of Marekting
    Persuasive communication: marketing* MARIE-ODILE TAILLARD The case of Abstract Two of the goals of human communication are: to be understood and to be believed. In persuasive communication, both of these acts are fulfilled. Pragmatists have investigated the first goal and how it is carried...
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  • Communications
    book about his experience. In my opinion the “talking heads” were persuasive in their analysis of Ali and the fight. Although sometimes using opinions they persuaded with logical proof, which focused on facts and evidence. For example the experts used reasoning from specific instances and made a conclusion...
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  • English Book
    generate ideas which will be potentially useful. You will need to share the results of your ideas with coworkers, customers etc as a communicator. Example: Naila, a newly hired dietitian, must communicate to make the work valuable to her employer, at a large hospital. She has devised a way to reorganize...
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  • Assignment 6
    Franklin D. Roosevelt knew in advance about the Japanese plan to attack Pearl Harbor, he was wrong in allowing it to happen. -Question of Value Using genetic profiles as screening devices for jobs in private business violates an employee's right to privacy. -Question of Value The use of genetic...
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  • Internet
    Speech Communication Teacher Bill Scheidler Teacher’s Manual Speech Communication © Bill Scheidler Teacher’s Manual 1 Speech Communication Contents Lesson 1 – The Importance of Public Speaking………..3-6 Lesson 2 – Speech Guidelines…………………………..7-11 Lesson 3 – Choosing a Topic………………………….12-15...
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  • Communication Skills handout
    thought) in words or symbols and sends it to a receiver. The message is the actual physical product from the source encoding. When we speak, the speech is the message. When we write, the writing is the message. When we gesture, the movements of our arms and the expressions of our faces are the message...
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  • Recycling Done Easy
    Zamirbek Tashov Persuasive Speech Outline Effective Speech July, 25 2011 Outline I. INTRODUCTION: A. When we leave this Earth, what kind of a legacy will we leave behind when we die? I want to leave A,B, and C. What would you like to leave behind? [Monroe's Motivated Sequence - Attention Getting...
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  • Speech
    future. I will be using these skills daily in my job as I present new ideas to the heads of my department. Though we started in week one with our presentations we could not forget the fundamentals of the speech writing process. We had to have a thesis, body and conclusion. This outline gave us a guideline...
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