ES-ch. 12 summary - motivating your audience-to maximize...

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10-10-07 Effective Speaking Chapter Summary- Ch. 12 -speeches to inform seek to package information or ideas so as to create knowledge in listeners -three types of informative speeches are explanations or lectures, demonstrations, and oral reports -no matter what type of informative speech you’re preparing, you should strive for five qualities: ensuring clarity; associating new ideas with familiar ones; clustering ideas to aid memory and comprehension; and
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Unformatted text preview: motivating your audience-to maximize your ability to reach your audiences, you should create curiosity, adapt to what listeners already know, use repetition, involve listeners, choose an appropriate organizational pattern, use multiple channels, and suggest additional resources KEY TERMS-demonstrations-explanations-information-knowledge-lectures-oral report...
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