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What are the similarities in public speaking and conversation?
- focus and verbalize your thoughts
- requires you to make decisions on your feet.
what are the differences in public speaking and conversation?
- public speaking is more formal, no slang
- physical distance
- speakers have planned geastures.
What is the interaction portion of the communication process?
feedback through geastures, facial expressions, or mumbles.
How should a speaker react to the audience's interactions?
- adjust volume, vocab.
- rate of speaking
- type/amount of supporting information.
What is the demographics of the audience?
- Age, race, gender
- education level, religious views
- sexual orientation.
What is psychographics?
- the audience's attitude
- determined by beliefs,
- verbal and nonverbal behaviors
Explain speaking ethically
- speaking with a clear goal
- using sound evidence and reasoning
- sensative to other's feelings and beliefs
- honest and avoids plagirism
What are some ways to reduce communication apprehension as a speaker?
- be more redundant
- have clear preview statments
- summarisze major ideas
What are some ways to reduce communication apprehension as a listener?
- listen with your eyes
- have a goal when you're listening(pleasure, empathize...)
- listen for major ideas
What are some ways you could evaluate and analyze speeches?
- rhetoric critisism
- using standards to evaluate effectiveness
- and appropriateness of speehces.
What are some ways to give feedback?
- be descriptive
what are some technieques to create memorable word structures?
- antithesis(two parts with opposite meanings)
- repition of key words or phrases
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