By Dan O'Hair
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24) KEY TERMS Chapter 1 oratory rhetoric agora forum public forum forensic oratory deliberative oratory epideictic oratory canons of rhetoric invention arrangement style memory delivery dyadic communication small group communication mass communication public speaking source encoding receiver decoding feedback audience perspective message channel noise shared meaning rhetorical situation culture ethnocentrism cultural intelligence main points supporting material introduction body conclusion coordinate points subordinate points organizational pattern presentation aids Chapter 2 topic audience analysis general speech purpose speciﬁc speech purpose thesis statement 5 Speaker’s Reference GETTING STARTED 1 Becoming a Public Speaker As a student of public speaking, you are joining a very large and venerable club.
One of the greatest classical rhetoricians and teachers, divided the process of preparing a speech into five parts — invention, arrangement, style, memory, and delivery — called the canons of rhetoric. Invention refers to adapting speech information to the audience in order to make your case. Arrangement is organizing the speech in ways that are best suited to the topic and the audience. Style is the way the speaker uses language to express the speech ideas. Memory is the practice of the speech until it can be artfully delivered.
13) The level of preparation required is greater than in other forms of communication. (p. 13) 3 Speaker’s Reference 4 • GETTING STARTED The degree of formality tends to be greater than in other forms of communication. (p. 13) As You Prepare Your Speeches, Consider the Rhetorical Situation • The rhetorical situation is the circumstance that calls for a public response. Successful speeches fulﬁll the conditions that call for the speech. (p. 16) Set Clearly Deﬁned Goals for Your Speeches • • Establish a set of goals early in the speechmaking process.
A Speaker's Guidebook: Text and Reference (4th Edition) by Dan O'Hair