CHAPTER 14 - CHAPTER 14 SPEAKING TO INFORM FIVE PRINCIPLES...

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SPEAKING TO INFORM FIVE PRINCIPLES SPEAKING TO INFORM The purpose of a message to inform is to share information with others to enhance their knowledge or understanding of the information. When you inform someone, you assume the role of a teacher by defining, illustrating, clarifying, or elaborating on the topic. TYPES OF INFORMATIVE PRESENTATIONS ORGANIZING INFORMATIVE PRESENTATIONS—1 Presentations about objects are often topically or chronologically organized Presentations about procedures are usually organized chronologically according to steps involved Presentations about people often use chronological or topical organization ORGANIZING INFORMATIVE PRESENTATIONS—2 Most presentations about events are often topically or chronologically organized. Presentations about ideas are organized topically according to complexity… simple to complex. MAKING INFORMATIVE PRESENTATION CLEAR A message is clear when it’s understood by the listener in the way the speaker intended. Simplify ideas
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course HCOM 101 taught by Professor Megas during the Spring '08 term at CSU Fullerton.

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CHAPTER 14 - CHAPTER 14 SPEAKING TO INFORM FIVE PRINCIPLES...

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