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Introduction 1. Did you know there is a term for fear of public speaking? It’s called Glossophobia, and statistically 7% of Americans fear public speaking. 2. Introduce topic: This short discussion is an introductory speech covering, my speaking experience, my style of speaking, anxiety level, and presentation skills importance 3. Establish credibility/goodwill: Chosen topic was guidance from our syllabus and is a very important foundation to public speaking. Body 1. Prior to this course I have taken a public speaking course previously without issues, as well I often have the need to address larger groups of personnel for work. This has gradually prepared me for my future career growth. 2. I have used both video presentation, big screen and purely tradition chatty Cathy method of engaging the audience. 3. My typical approach preparing for a presentation is to develop an outline much like this (show Outline) and write prompt cards to keep me on trac.
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  • Fall '19
  • Audience theory, Glossophobia

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