• Test 1 Review
    Speaking: in public speaking, a speaker delivers a message with a specific purpose to an audience of people who are present during the delivery of the speech. Public speaking always includes a speaker who has a reason for speaking, an audience that gives the speaker its attention, and a message that is...
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  • Dementia Awareness
    Temporal Lobe - memory, speech, hearing Explain why depression, delirium and age related memory impairment maybe mistaken for dementia. They have most common/similarities of signs and symptoms but some differences. Same side effect of medication. Outcome 2 Understand...
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  • Public Speaking
    If we accept the notion that, “a speech classroom is a laboratory”, than what can we expect our classroom to do for you as a public communicator? Every laboratory is an ideal place for experimenting, learning and practicing. Therefore, each student in our classroom should get an opportunity to practice...
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  • Argumentative How to Write
    with or disagreeing with something. For example: In an everyday situation, you may try to convince a friend to go somewhere or in a composition or speech class, the instructor may make an assignment in which you must support or oppose the use of nuclear energy to produce electricity. If you agree or...
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  • Informative Speech
    INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, VIETNAM NATIONAL UNIVERSITY HANOI. INFORMATIVE SPEECH OUTLINE Name: Tran Thi Huong Class: VISK2010D Subject: Public speaking BRAIN FRUIT General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform my...
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  • 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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  • Jubi
    influence other people’s actions, emotions, beliefs, and attitudes, to persuade, advise, order, threaten, warn, encourage, or exhort.  3. 3.      Informative function: convey information, to inform, report, describe, assert, declare, announce, confirm, or refute  4. 4.      Poetic function of language:...
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  • Sex Speech
    Informative Speech Outline Title: Drug Addiction Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my audience what drug addiction is and how to overcome it. 1. Statistics- Nationwide and in Sarasota County 2. Causes- Traumatic events, mental health issues, environment 3. Effects- Mind, body, and...
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  • Drugs and Alcohol
    Kremlis Lopez September 21, 2011 Speech Informative Speech Outline Drugs and Alcohol General Purpose: to inform Specific Purpose: to inform my audience about all the bad things it brings people. Thesis Statement: Drugs and alcohol play a huge role in a person’s life and it could destroy...
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  • GCOM 103 Final Study Guide
    can influence our communication with them (first impressions, primacy effect, negativity bias, attribution error, stereotyping, self-fulfilling prophecy) First impressions: Initial, brief impressions of a person Primacy effect: the tendency to be more influenced by initial information about a person...
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  • Hearing Loss
    SAMPLE INFORMATIVE SPEECH TOPICS (Just Some Ideas) 1. Any Country 36. Sleep Walking 2. Baldness 37. Snoring 3. Child Discipline 38. Fingerprints 4. Dyslexia 39. Sharks 5. Epilepsy 40. Wedding Traditions 6. Comics 41. Fantasy Sports 7. Albert Einstein...
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  • Analytical Essay
    identify the elements of the perception process; b. describe how communication affects development of self-concept and frame of reference; c. analyze the effects of perception, self-concept, and frames of reference on communication; d. demonstrate awareness of how to improve accuracy in perception. The student...
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  • Dementia awareness
    Problems with concentration. Lack of awarness of surrounding space. Temporal lobe Difficulty with identification even with familiar faces. Problems with speech and/ or understanding spoken words. Short term memory loss. Agressive behaviour. Changes in sexual behaviour. Occipital lobe Difficulty with colours...
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  • laughter is a medicine
    Henry Badillo INFORMATIVE SPEECH OUTLINE Topic: "Is Laughter Truly the Best Medicine? " General Purpose: To Inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience three main reasons on how can laughter be the best medicine for human  being - physical Health Benefits Thesis statement: Laughter help...
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  • Informative Speech- Music Therapy
    COM 231-0903 Informative Speech Outline Outline Title: Music Therapy General Purpose: To inform. Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about music therapy improving overall health, the history of music therapy, and how music therapy has grown today. Central Idea: Music therapy was brought...
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  • Persuasive Speech Outline
    PERSUASIVE SPEECH OUTLINE TOPIC: WHY YOU SHOULD GIVE UP SMOKING PROPOSITION: Give up smoking and you will save yourself and the others around you and live in a healthy environment. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES/PURPOSES: I want to persuade my audience on how harmful smoking does to the body and giving...
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  • Speech 1 Final Review
    mentally seeing yourself give a good speech. 4. Most nervousness is not visible, use relaxation techniques. (stress control breathing, f incorporating natural gestures, movement, enjoy the occasion, learn from others) 5. Don’t expect perfection. The Speech Communication Process 1. source is...
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  • Stop Smoking
    Vanise Timothee 4/28/11 Time to Stop Smoking! OUTLINE Specific Purpose: to persuade audience members that are smokers to quit smoking and inform those that aren’t smokers why they shouldn’t start. Introduction I. So last year I went to my friends Fourth of July party in Brooklyn. It was alright...
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  • Childhood Obesity in America
    November 2, 2010 Communications Informative Outline Childhood Obesity in America General Purpose: To inform my audience about childhood obesity. Central Idea: To really see the effects of childhood obesity I have to inform my audience about the causes, long-term effects, and the solutions. I. Introduction ...
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  • Annotated Bibliography - 12
    the review was to look at how patients suffering from COPD deal with their illness on a day to day basis, looking at the physical and psychological effects, and their understanding of their condition, the process and prognosis. It also looks at the patients understanding of palliative care and how they...
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