ES-ch 10 summary - Effective Speaking Chapter Summary-Ch 10-public speaking is an event in the oral lives of cultures and most of the important

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10-15-07 Effective Speaking Chapter Summary-Ch. 10 -public speaking is an event in the oral lives of cultures, and most of the important relationships in life are constructed, maintained, repaired, deepened, and even ended through talk -public speaking is simply a special for of oral relationship -speech delivery includes the verbomotor transfer of information, understandings, and advice on how to act from one person to another via streams of sounds shaped into intelligible meaning and reinforced by the body to help with intelligibility, emphasis, and emotional expressivity -choose an appropriate method of delivery-extemporaneous, impromptu, manuscript, or memorized -your method of delivery is determined by the type of speaking occasion (audience expectations), the purpose of your speech, audience analysis, and your own strengths and weaknesses as a speaker -a flexible speaking voice has intelligibility, variety, and understandable stress patterns -volume, rate, enunciation, and pronunciation interact to affect intelligibility
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ES-ch 10 summary - Effective Speaking Chapter Summary-Ch 10-public speaking is an event in the oral lives of cultures and most of the important

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