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

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