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types, and this is to REPLACE pages 337-344. Use these, and NOT the ones in the text, to guide you in the development of the Informative Speech. 4 Types of Informative Speeches 1) Descriptive – in the most general sense, you are trying to get the audience to experience something through you. There are 2 approaches to do this: a) the “real” speech- this is the description of a real, tangible, and physical that is so vivid and precise that the audience can picture it in their mind. The...

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English Assessment

text is not allowed to be a text issued in class by any one of the Standard or Advanced English teachers or a text previously studied or presented at school. Advanced students must not use another play and Standard must not use another film. In a speech of 2.5 -3 minutes students must analyse their chosen text with regards to: • What the text says about belonging • How the composer’s language techniques shape a sense of belonging or not belonging • How this piece links to their core text (As You...

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Mode of Communications

Delivery of a Presentation Impromptu speech: The word impromptu means to do anything without planning. Impromptu speech is a mode of speech in which a speaker delivers a presentation without planned or without rehearses in a spontaneous manner. Like impromptu press conference of any political person. Advantages: * It provides the opportunity to response. * it shows how good an individual is at thinking for themselves, on their feet. * Impromptu speech is a useful tool for debating competition...

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Fundamentals of Public Speaking: Internet Course Syllabus

planning, rehearsing, and presentation of professional speeches. Power Point presentations are incorporated. Student speech performances are emphasized. COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the completion of this course, students will demonstrate knowledge of 1. Audience and environment analysis 2. Topic selection and research 3. Organization of speech text according to speech goals 4. Rehearsal techniques 5. Verbal and non-verbal delivery skills 6. Techniques for controlling...

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Public Speaking Midterm

parts of the Speech Communication Process as they relate to public speaking. • Organize • Taylor • Max impact • Adapt to listener feedback What are ways to help manage speech anxiety? • Experience • Prepare • Positive thinking • Power of visualization • Know nervousness is usually not visible • Don’t expect perfection How does cultural diversity affect public speaking situations? • Adapt towards audience Additional key terms: speech anxiety –...

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Freedom Of Speech Vs Hate Speech

freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter”-while many of us would not argue the right to freedom of speech we may start to question just how boundless freedom should really be. Throughout history, it has often been proven that words have the ability to translate into violent and often fatal actions, yet we continue to accept these actions in the name of free speech. Lawmakers continue to debate over the boundaries regarding freedom of speech and whether...

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Strength of Public Speaking

said all this where, when, why, and how do these elements that one possesses become an art form in public speaking? Public speaking is a common source of stress for everyone. Many people are always confronted with these questions before preparing a speech topic: Is it really possible to speak without being scared? Public speaking is a big determining factor on how you go about life. If you think about it you need public speaking for everything you do. You will use this toll all the time. Speaking...

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Elements of Religious Traditions

Worksheet Answer the following questions, using information from this week’s readings. Respond to each question in 100 to 200 words. 1. Briefly explain the seven elements of the speech communication process. How do these elements determine a speech’s success or failure? The seven elements of the speech communication process are: Speaker, Message, Channel, Listener, Feedback, Interference, and Situation. Speaker: The person who is presenting an oral message to a listener. Message: Whatever...

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Speech Recognition

Speech Recognition 1. Introduction Speech is the vocalized form of human Harvery Fletcher and Homer Dudley communication. It is based upon the firmly established the importance of the syntactic combination of lexicals and signal spectrum for reliable identification names that are drawn from very large of the phonetic nature of a speech sound. (usually about 10,000 different words) Following the convention established by vocabularies. Each spoken word is these two...

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Freedom of Speech

Freedom of Speech Freedom of speech is arguably the most precious gift of democracy. Democracy nurtures freedom of speech of its citizens. Citizens, in turn, safeguard democracy by voicing their protest against each and every violation of democratic rights of people. Evolution of democracy is nothing but a history of the extension of the right of freedom of speech from the limited group of privileged citizens to the universal right of every citizen granted by democratic regimes of the world. It...

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