SPEE200 MIDTERM REVIEW SHEET

 

Dr. Jeanie Almeida

 

Chapter 1

Public speaking versus everyday conversation-similarities and differences

Six steps for managing stage fright

Seven elements of communication model-speaker, message, channel, receiver, feedback,

interference (noise), situation

Ethnocentrism

 

Chapter 2

Six ethical guidelines for ethical behavior

3 types of plagiarism

 

Chapter 3

Four types of listening

Four causes of poor listening

Six ways to improve listening

 

Chapter 4

General purpose statement

Specific purpose statements

Central idea statement

 

Chapter 5

Demographic analysis-age, gender, race, ethnicity, culture, religion, group membership,

socioeconomic status, occupation

Situational analysis-audience size, physical setting, audience disposition towards the topic

(knowledge, interest, attitudes),

disposition towards the speaker, disposition towards the occasion

 

Chapter 14

Informative speeches about objects, processes, events and concepts

 

Chapter 6

Library research vs internet

 

Chapter 7

Examples-brief, extended, hypothetical

Statistics

Testimony-expert and peer

 

Chapter 8

Five organizational structures-chronological, spatial, causal, problem-solution, topical

Connectives-transitions, internal previews, internal summaries, signposts

 

Chapter 9

Introductions- basic functions

Conclusions- basic functions