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Final Exam - Bhatia 1 Anshuman Bhatia CREX 1214 Dan Foster...

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Bhatia Anshuman Bhatia CREX 1214 Dan Foster Wednesday, May 06, 2009 Final Exam 1. There are three main points in order to deliver an effective message; yourself, your message and your audience. Each of these facets helps to make the message that much more effective when properly employed. To begin you must know yourself, this means understand your ability to speak. If you cannot paint a visual image very well then usual a visual aid, find your weakness and attack them. The more you understand how you speak the better you will speak. Secondly you must know your message; while this seems obvious it is more then meets the eye. Much more then knowing the exact words you are dictating you must have a full knowledge on the subject. Even if you are just presenting on one side, it is important to know the other side, so the message is that much more effective. If the audience has questions to ask, or reacts differently then you had planned knowing your message will allow you to change it on the fly to make your speech significantly better. Knowing your audience is also key, it is too easy to brush them as saying they are just listening. However the best speeches are those were the speaker knows the demographics of the audience and their views. So if you were giving a speech on Iraq to a group of war veterans in the south you would not go off on a liberal tirade. Even if you were to be pushing a left leaning agenda you would be able to craft it in such a way that the audience was still engaged. 2.
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