Speech midterm

  1. Monroe's motivated sequence
    • 1) capture audience attention
    • 2) create need for change
    • 3) satisfy need for change
    • 4) visualize results
    • 5) call audience to take action
  2. Causal organization
    for informative speech; cause, effect, solution
  3. specific purpose
    detailed description of what you want to accomplish in the speech
  4. general purpose
    very simple description of what you want to accomplish in speech
  5. When to use sources
    whenever using an idea that is not your own or when quoting someone
  6. central idea
    introduce audience to the 3 main points
  7. process of communication
    • 1) sender sends a message which moves along a channel (or medium)
    • 2) receiver gets message and responds with feedback
    • 3) there might be interference that blocks the message or changes it
    • 4) all of this happens in a context, or the environment where the communication happens
  8. Advocate
    person who takes a position on something, not giving an informative speech
  9. periodicals
    regularly published magazine or newspaper
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Speech midterm
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