Card Set Information
Speech Review for final exam.
When a person has been lowered in a position, rank, or office
When something separates or divides into two parts
To glitter or gleam
When people will not change their opinions because they are stubborn
When a person takes the easy way out, or does the practical or convenient thing
Whenever a person has great happiness
The branch of medicine that involves the care of elderly people
The beliefs of someone who has gone against the religion of his/her people.
Whenever a person tries very hard to please someone
To place side by side
A person who has an uncontrollable urge to steal.
When people are careless and forgetful
When someone has broken the law
A cure that does not really work
When a person has been deliberately left out or excluded from a group.
When something seems impossible but turns out to be true.
When a person dreams an impossible dream that cannot come true, because it is not possible or practical
Whenever someone is loud and noisy and harsh sounding
When a thing sparkles, twinkles, or gives off light.
Someone who is fierce, cruel, or savage.
A person who appears to be everywhere at once
Whenever a person can't make up his mind, and wavers side to side.
Someone who is charming, attractive, cheerful, and bright.
The fear of somebody who is different.
Loud, non- stop talking
Seizeless complaining and chattering
When a person believes that his product or idea is the best in the world.
Two ways to control speech fright.
Don't be afraid to make mistakes.
7 Attention Getters:
Reference to Occasion
3 Parts of a Speech:
Main part of a speech is the _____.
We communicate to __________ and __________.
We communicate to
5 Parts of an Introduction:
Orient Your Audience
Summarize Your 3 Main Points
3 Parts of a Conclusion
Summary of Main Points
Use _____ to highlight main points.
Highness or lowness of sound.
How loud the speaker is speaking.
2 Examples of Good Speech Delivery
Begin speech without referring to cards.
Be confident and relaxed.
___ your speaking rate.
Vary your speaking rate!
Speak _____ your audience, not _____ them.
Speak with your audience, not at them!
Don't ______________ to mistakes.
Don't draw attention to mistakes!
Words such as Uh, Okay, or So.
Use your _____ to add _____ to a speech.
Use your facial expressions to add interest to a speech.