Lesson Plan . Attention and Interest, Credibility, and Informative

Lesson Plan . Attention and Interest, Credibility, and Informative

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A TTENTION AND I NTEREST , C REDIBILITY , AND I NFORMATIVE S TRATEGIES Wednesday, March 17 th , 2010
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A TTENTION -G ETTING T ECHNIQUES Activity or Movement Reality Proximity Familiarity Novelty Suspense Conflict Humor “The Vital”
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T ECHNIQUES THAT ENLIVEN YOUR SPEECH Be specific: use real-life examples Keep your audience involved: providing names and details, pose questions to the audience Use movement Use humor (when appropriate)
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F ROM A TTENTION TO I NTEREST Link your topic to the audience’s self-interest Storytelling
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C REDIBILITY Are you perceived as competent ? Are you perceived as concerned about your audience’s welfare? Are you perceived as trustworthy ? Are you perceived as dynamic ?
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H OW DO YOU BUILD CREDIBILITY ? Before the speech: how do others perceive you in this class? During the speech: Present your credentials Demonstrate thorough understanding of your topic Clearly organize your material Present a balanced and objective analysis Show concern for the audience: their goals and
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Unformatted text preview: interests Effective delivery I NFORMATIVE S TRATEGIES Avoid information overload Give your listeners a framework for organizing the information Move from simple to complex Move from familiar to unfamiliar C OMMON T ECHNIQUES FOR C LEAR E XPLANATION Organizers Signposts Enumeration Acronyms Slogans, memorable phrases Emphasis cues Examples Analogies Y OU T UBE V IDEO ! Link to an informative speech on Spina Bifida: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZ9azROmuqU Two things to construct a clear message: Know what you want to communicate Consider who the receivers of your message are and what the words are likely to mean to them D UE ON M ONDAY , M ARCH 22 ND Engagement 3: Outlining Module in the Comm Lab (open Monday through Thursday, 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Informative Speech topics are due Read Chapters 24 and 27 about Practice Sessions and Presentation Aids...
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Lesson Plan . Attention and Interest, Credibility, and Informative

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