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2 1 Intro to Public Speaking Review Chapters 1-4 & 14 JEOPARDY

3 Intro to Public Speaking Ch 15 Speaking to Inform Ch 1 Speaking in Public Ch 2 Ethics Ch 3 Listening Ch 5 Topics & Purposes

4 Speaking to Inform 100 Intro to Public Speaking A speech designed to convey knowledge and understanding—not to advocate a cause. A: What is an informative speech?

5 Speaking to Inform 200 Intro to Public Speaking A: What does it mean to personalize? To present one’s own ideas in human terms that relate in some way to the experience of the audience.

6 Speaking to Inform 300 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is comparison? A statement of the similarities among two or more people, events, ideas, etc.

7 Speaking to Inform 400 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is a speech about concepts? Speeches about numerology, string theory, and existentialism are examples of this type of speech.

8 Speaking to Inform 500 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is avoid abstraction? Description, comparison, and contrast are ways to meet this speaking guideline.

9 Speaking in Public (ch 1) 100 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is stage fright? Anxiety over the prospect of giving a speech in front of an audience.

10 Speaking in Public (ch 1) 200 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is frame of reference? The sum of a person’s knowledge, experience, goals, value, and attitudes.

11 Speaking in Public (ch 1) 300 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is ethnocentrism? The belief that one’s own group or culture is superior to all other groups or cultures.

12 Speaking in Public (ch 1) 400 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is interference? Anything that impedes the message.

13 Speaking in Public (ch 1) 500 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is feedback? A message sent from a listener to a speaker.

14 Ethics & Public Speaking (ch 2) 100 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is an ethics? The branch of philosophy that deals with issues of right and wrong in human affairs.

15 Ethics & Public Speaking (ch 2) 200 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is an incremental plagiarism? Failing to give credit for specific quotations and paraphrases that are borrowed from other people.

16 Ethics & Public Speaking (ch 2) 300 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is patchwork plagiarism? When a speaker takes ideas from two or three sources and passes it off as their own.

17 Ethics & Public Speaking (ch 2) 400 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is paraphrasing? When a speaker summarizes somebody else’s work in their own words.

18 Ethics & Public Speaking (ch 2) 500 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is global plagiarism? Stealing your speech entirely from another source and passing it off as your own.

19 Listening (ch 3) 100 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is appreciative listening? Listening for pleasure or enjoyment.

20 Listening (ch 3) 200 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is a critical listening? To evaluate a message for purposes of accepting or rejecting it.

21 Listening (ch 3) 300 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is active listening? Giving undivided attention to a speaker in a genuine effort to understand the speaker’s point of view.

22 Listening (ch 3) 400 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is empathic listening? Listening to provide emotional support.

23 Listening (ch 3) 500 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is jumping to conclusions? Prematurely rejecting speaker’s ideas as boring or misguided.

24 Topics & Purposes (ch 5) 100 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is to inform? When you act as a teacher, this is your general purpose.

25 Topics & Purposes (ch 5) 200 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is the central idea? A one-sentence statement that sums up or encapsulates the main points (content) of a speech.

26 Topics & Purposes (ch 5) 300 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is the residual message? What a speaker wants the audience to remember after it has forgotten everything else in a speech.

27 Topics & Purposes (ch 5) 400 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is a specific purpose statement? A single infinitive phrase that states precisely what a speaker hopes to accomplish in her or his speech.

28 Topics & Purposes (ch 5) 500 Intro to Public Speaking A: What is brainstorming? A method of generating ideas for speech topics by free association of words and ideas.


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