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Review for 9 weeks test

  1. 1. Review for 9 Weeks Test<br />1st 9 Weeks Exam<br />
  2. 2. Vocabulary<br />Ethics<br />A person’s sense of right and wrong<br />Responsibility<br />Being accountable for your actions and doing what you say you will do<br />Communication<br />The process of sending and receiving messages<br />Sender<br />The person who sends the message<br />
  3. 3. Vocabulary<br />Message<br />What is sent, or in a speech, what is said<br />Receiver<br />The person who intercepts and interprets the message<br />Feedback<br />The reaction given to the sender by the receiver<br />
  4. 4. Vocabulary<br />Communication barrier<br />Any obstacle that gets in the way of effective communication<br />Written Communication<br />Any communication that must be read<br />Verbal Communication<br />Spoken communication<br />
  5. 5. Vocabulary<br />Nonverbal Communication<br />Attitudes about something expressed through facial expressions and body movements<br />Symbols<br />Anything that stands for an idea and is used for communication<br />Confidence<br />The feeling you have when you believe you are capable of handling a situation successfully<br />
  6. 6. Vocabulary<br />Stage Fright<br />When a person is afraid to speak, especially in public situations<br />Fear<br />A biological process by which animals, including humans, secure the necessary energy to do a job that really matters – one that might potentially result in physical and/or psychological injury<br />
  7. 7. Vocabulary<br />Phobia<br />A persistent, irrational fear<br />Passive Listeners<br />People who let speakers do all the work, tolerate distractions, and pay more attention to how someone looks or talks rather than their message<br />
  8. 8. Vocabulary<br />Hearing<br />An automatic reaction of the senses and nervous system<br />Listening<br />The process of understanding what was said<br />Listening Spare Time<br />The fact that we hear about 6 times faster than we can speak<br />
  9. 9. Vocabulary<br />Appreciative Listening<br />When we enjoy music, a bird chirping, or the sound of the running water of a stream<br />Discriminative Listening<br />What we use when we want to single out one particular sound in a noisy environment<br />Empathetic Listening<br />Encourages people to talk freely without fear of embarrassment<br />
  10. 10. Vocabulary<br />Critical Listening<br />Evaluates what is heard and decides if the message is logical, worthwhile, or has value<br />Propaganda<br />Material designed to distort the truth or deceive the audience<br />Testimonials<br />“You should agree with me because these celebrities do!!”<br />
  11. 11. Vocabulary<br />False Comparisons<br />Comparing unlike things such as apples with oranges<br />Jump on the Bandwagon<br />“Everyone’s doing it…you should too!!!”<br />Explore<br />Think ahead of the speaker<br />Analyze<br />Think about what is said<br />
  12. 12. Vocabulary<br />Review<br />Review what has been said<br />Search<br />Be alert for hidden messages<br />Power Source<br />The energy that makes things go<br />Phonation<br />Voice production<br />
  13. 13. Vocabulary<br />Rate<br />The speed at which we speak<br />Pitch<br />The vocal notes that you hit while speaking<br />Monotone<br />When you deliver all of your words methodically; at almost the same rate and pitch<br />Voice Inflection<br />Altering you vocal tone or your pitch<br />
  14. 14. Vocabulary<br />Volume<br />The loudness or softness of your voice<br />Articulation<br />The crispnessor distinctness with which we say the syllables in a word<br />Pronunciation<br />Saying the sounds of a word properly and stressing the correct syllable or syllables<br />
  15. 15. Vocabulary<br />Platform Movement<br />Walking in a purposeful manner from one spot to another while speaking<br />Proxemics<br />How much physical space you leave between you and your audience<br />Gestures<br />Actions in which the body or parts of the body move to express an idea or emotion<br />
  16. 16. Vocabulary<br />Posture<br />The position of the body when it is still<br />Advance Organizers<br />Statements that tell the audience what to expect<br />Cultural Literacy<br />The ability to recognize and understand information that an average adult can be expected to know<br />
  17. 17. Vocabulary<br />Anecdote<br />A brief story that illustrates a point<br />Quotation<br />The selection of someone else’s words repeated exactly or verbatim, usually with the acknowledgment of the source<br />Thesis<br />Statement of purpose<br />