SPC 1017 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Impromptu Speaking, Anthropomorphism

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School
Course
Professor
Manuscript Speaking
Reading a presentation from a written text
Memorized Speaking
Delivering a speech word-for-word from memory without using notes
Impromptu Speaking
Delivering a presentation without advance preparation
Extemporaneous Speaking
Delivering a well-developed, well-organized, carefully rehearsed speech without having
memorized the exact wording
Specific Word
A word that refers to an individual member of a general class
Concrete Word
A word that refers to an object or describes an action or characteristic in the most specific way
possible
Unbiased Word
A word that does not stereotype, discriminate against, or insult and gender or any racial,
cultural, or religious group.
Vivid word
A colorful word
wording that is full of life, vigorous, bright, and intense
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Thesaurus
a feature that allows the user to view synonyms and antonyms, and automatically replace
words for enhanced writing
A simple word
a word known to most people who speak the language
Correct word
a word that means what the speaker intends and is grammatically correct in the phrase or
sentence in which it appears
Figurative Language
Language that deviates from the ordinary, expected meaning of words to make a description or
comparison unique, vivid, and memorable.
Metaphor
An implied comparison between two things
Simile
A comparison using "like" or "as"
Personification
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given human feelings, thoughts, or attitudes
Drama
A characteristic of a speech created when something is phrased in a way that differs from the
way the audience expects
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Delivering a speech word-for-word from memory without using notes. Delivering a well-developed, well-organized, carefully rehearsed speech without having memorized the exact wording. A word that refers to an individual member of a general class. A word that refers to an object or describes an action or characteristic in the most specific way possible. A word that does not stereotype, discriminate against, or insult and gender or any racial, cultural, or religious group. A colorful word wording that is full of life, vigorous, bright, and intense. Thesaurus a feature that allows the user to view synonyms and antonyms, and automatically replace words for enhanced writing. A simple word a word known to most people who speak the language. Correct word a word that means what the speaker intends and is grammatically correct in the phrase or sentence in which it appears. Language that deviates from the ordinary, expected meaning of words to make a description or comparison unique, vivid, and memorable.

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