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Extended Comments - Chapter 6
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Chapter 7: Supporting Your Ideas
1. List and define three kinds of examples discussed in this chapter.

2. What five tips does the text suggest for using examples in your speeches?


3. What are statistics? What three questions should you ask to judge the reliability of statistics?

4. What six tips does the text suggest for using statistics in your speeches?


5. What is testimony? Explain the difference between expert and peer testimony.

6. What are four tips suggested in the text for using testimony in your speeches?

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Extended Comments - Chapter 7

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Chapter 8: Organizing the Body of the Speech

1. How many main points does your textbook suggest using for your speech?

2. List and define the five basic patterns of organizing main points in a speech.

3. What organizational patterns are appropriate for informative speeches?

4. What organizational patterns are appropriate for persuasive speeches?

5. What three tips does the text suggest for preparing your main points?


6. List and define the four kinds of speech connectives.



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Extended Comments - Chapter 8

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Chapter 9: Beginning and Ending the Speech
1. What are the four objectives of a speech introduction?

2. What are the seven methods you can use in the introduction to get the attention and interest of your audience?

3. What five tips does the text suggest for preparing your introduction?

4. What are the two major functions of a speech conclusion?


5. What are two ways the textbook suggests to signal the end of your speech?
6. What are four ways to reinforce the central idea when concluding your speech?

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Chapter 9: Beginning and Ending the Speech, Continued

7. What four tips does the text suggest for preparing your conclusion?




Extended Comments - Chapter 9

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Chapter 10: Outlining the Speech

1. What is a preparation outline?

2. What are the eight guidelines discussed in the chapter for writing a preparation outline?

3. What is a speaking outline?

4. What are the four guidelines discussed in the chapter for writing a speaking outline?


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Extended Comments - Chapter 10

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Chapter 11: Using Language
1. What is the difference between denotative and connotative meaning?
2. What are the four criteria suggested in text for using language effectively in your speeches?

3. What three tips does the text suggest in using language clearly in your speeches?


4. What are the two ways suggested in this chapter for bringing your speeches to life with vivid, animated language?


5. What are five nonsexist language usages which have become so widely accepted that no speaker can afford to ignore them?
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Chapter 12: Delivery
1. What does the text suggest is good speech delivery?
2. List and define the four types of speech delivery.

3. List and define the eight aspects of voice usage you should concentrate on for your speeches.

4. What are the four aspects of nonverbal communication you should concentrate on for your speeches?

5. What are the five steps you should follow in practicing your speech delivery?



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Chapter 13: Using Visual Aids
1. What are the three major advantages of using visual aids in your speech?
2. List the ten kinds of visual aids the chapter suggests you might use in your speech.

3. List the six guidelines given in the chapter for preparing visual aids.

4. List the seven tips that are given in the chapter for presenting visual aids.

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Extended Comments - Chapter 13

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Chapter 14: Speaking to Inform
1. What are the four types of informative speeches discussed in the chapter?

2. What are the five guidelines mentioned in the chapter for informative speaking?

3. What does the text suggest that you can do to make sure your ideas don't pass over the heads of your listeners?

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Chapter 14: Speaking to Inform, Continued

4. What does the text suggest that you can do to relate your topic directly to the audience?

5. What should you watch out for in making sure your speech is not overly technical?

6. What are three methods you can use to avoid abstractions in your informative speech?

7. What does it mean to say that informative speakers should personalize their ideas?

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Unit 3 Reading Objectives
Unit THREE
Chapters: BB, CC, DD, EE, FF
Reading Objectives

Goals:

  • To answer knowledge level questions about the required reading.

  • To prepare students to participate in class discussion


Directions:

Please complete the reading objectives as thoroughly as possible. For example, if the question asks you to list and define, it is not sufficient to only list the terms. Remember, reading objectives can function as review for the midterm and final exams. The more thorough your reading objectives are, the more prepared you will be to study for the exams. Also, note, reading objectives should be handwritten; learning takes places when writing out answers. Typed reading objectives will not be accepted.


Extended Comments for Reading Objectives

Goal:

  • To extend your thinking about and/or to apply examples to the course content.

Directions:

Choose two questions from the chapter that you would like to extend. First, write the question number on the item # line. Next, decide how you will extend your thinking about the question. Your may extend your thinking by asking a question, adding a personal insight or example, or by dialoguing with the material (develop an argument by agreeing or disagreeing with the text). Decide what type of comment you will extend and write the name on the type of comment line. Finally, provide your comment in the space provided.

Note: Extended comments make great contributions for discussion as well as "starters" for artifacts. You should come to class prepared to share your extended comments or questions.


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Chapter BB: The Role of the Group in Problem Solving
1. List and define the three characteristics and components of groups.

2. According to the text, what are the advantages of working in small groups?

3. According to the text, what are the disadvantages of working in small groups?

4. List the seven characteristics that make an effective group.



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Extended Comments - CHAPTER BB
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Chapter CC: Group Networks, Membership, and Leadership
1. In a group of five members, what are the names of the major types of communication network patterns?

2. Scholars Benne and Sheats identified three categories of roles. Identify and describe all three.

3. What is leadership?


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Chapter CC: Group Networks, Membership, and Leadership, Continued
4. What does the chapter mean when group interaction could be cooperative or competitive?

5. What does the chapter mean when group interaction could be supportive versus defensive?

6. What are the four recommendations to help ensure that the members of your group communicate and function effectively?

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Chapter DD: Handling Group Conflict
1. What is groupthink?
2. According to Blake and Mouton's conflict grid, name and define the five conflict styles.

3. What are the six suggestions this chapter offers to turn conflict situations into problem-solving situations?



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Extended Comments - CHAPTER DD
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Chapter EE: Intercultural Communication
1. What is a culture?

2. What is a co-culture?


3. What are four examples of co-languages?




4. According to the text, what are two potential intercultural communication problems? Explain the terms.

5. What are the three main characteristics of different cultures? Provide a definition with the terminology.




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Chapter EE: Intercultural Communication, Continued
6. List this chapter's nine strategies for improving intercultural communication.

Extended Comments - CHAPTER EE
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Chapter FF: Listening and Critical Thinking
1. What is the difference between hearing and listening?

2. What is noise?

3. What are the three kinds of listening?
4.What is critical thinking?

5. What are the three abilities related to critical thinking?


6. Verbal skills are associated with effective listening. What are the 12 suggestions from the text to improve your verbal skills while listening?

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Chapter FF: Listening and Critical Thinking, Continued
7. Nonverbal skills are also associated with effective listening. What are the 10 suggestions from the text to improve your nonverbal skills while listening?

Extended Comments - Chapter TWO
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Unit 4 Reading Objectives
Unit Four
Chapters: 15, 16
Reading Objectives

Goals:

  • To answer knowledge level questions about the required reading.

  • To prepare students to participate in class discussion

Directions:

Please complete the reading objectives as thoroughly as possible. For example, if the question asks you to list and define, it is not sufficient to only list the terms. Remember, reading objectives can function as review for the midterm and final exams. The more thorough your reading objectives are, the more prepared you will be to study for the exams. Also, note, reading objectives should be handwritten; learning takes places when writing out answers. Typed reading objectives will not be accepted.

Extended Comments for Reading Objectives

Goal:


  • To extend your thinking about and/or to apply examples to the course content.


Directions:

Choose two questions from the chapter that you would like to extend. First, write the question number on the item # line. Next, decide how you will extend your thinking about the question. Your may extend your thinking by asking a question, adding a personal insight or example, or by dialoguing with the material (develop an argument by agreeing or disagreeing with the text). Decide what type of comment you will extend and write the name on the type of comment line. Finally, provide your comment in the space provided.

Note: Extended comments make great contributions for discussion as well as "starters" for artifacts. You should come to class prepared to share your extended comments or questions.

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Chapter 15: Speaking to Persuade
1. What does it mean to say that the audience members engage in a mental dialogue with the speaker as they listen to a speech? What implications does the text suggest this mental give-and-take hold for effective persuasive speaking?

2. What is the target audience for a persuasive speech?

3. What are questions of fact? What method of organization is used for questions of fact?

4. What are questions of value? What method of organization is used for questions of value?



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Chapter 15: Speaking to Persuade, Continued

5. What are questions of policy? What methods of organization are used for questions of policy?

6. Explain the difference between passive agreement and immediate action as goals for persuasive speeches on question of policy?

7. What are the five steps of Monroe's Motivated Sequence?


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Chapter 16: Methods of Persuasion
1. What is credibility?

2. Name and define two factors that exert the most influence on an audience's perception of speaker's credibility?


3. Explain the differences among initial, derived, and terminal credibility.

4. As mentioned in the text, what are three ways you can enhance your credibility during your speeches?


5. What is evidence?

6. What are four tips for using evidence effectively in a persuasive speech?

7. What is reasoning from instances?




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Chapter 16: Methods of Persuasion, Continued


8. What is reasoning from principle?

9. What is causal reasoning?


10. What is analogical reasoning?
11. Name and define the eight logical fallacies discussed in this chapter.

12. What is the role of emotional appeal in persuasive speaking? Identify the three methods you can use to generate emotional appeal in your speeches.



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