Introduction to Public Speaking Chapters 1,2 outline

Introduction to - Chapter 2 The Audience-Centered Speechmaking Process Chapter 2 0 Who is your audience 1 What should you know about your audience

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Introduction to Public Speaking Chapters 1,2 Dr. Liz Desnoyers-Colas Comm. 2280 Introduction to Public Speaking Chapter 1 Why Study Public Speaking? See Table 1.1 Page 5 Introduction to Public Speaking Chapter 1 Differences between Public Speaking and Conversation Introduction to Public Speaking Chapter 1 0. Public speaking is planned 1. Public speaking is more formal 2. Roles of speakers and audiences are more clearly defined Introduction to Public Speaking Chapter 1 The Communication Process Introduction to Public Speaking Chapter 1 0. Source 1. Message 2. Channels 3. Receiver 4. Noise: External, Internal 5. Feedback 6. Context
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Introduction to Public Speaking Chapter 1 3. Communication as Action 4. Communication as Interaction 5. Communication as Transaction Introduction to Public Speaking 6. Heritage of Great speakers Introduction to Public Speaking 7. In order to improve your confidence as a speaker, you must: 7. Understand your nervousness 8. Build your confidence
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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 2 The Audience-Centered Speechmaking Process Chapter 2 0. Who is your audience? 1. What should you know about your audience? 2. Why is your audience so important? Chapter 2: The audience-centered speechmaking process Selecting and Narrowing Your Topic Chapter 2: The audience-centered speechmaking process 3. Who is the audience? 4. What is the occasion? 5. What are my interests, talents and experiences? Chapter 2: The audience-centered speechmaking process Determine your purpose Chapter 2: The audience-centered speechmaking process 9. General purposes 10. Specific purposes 11. Central Ideas 12. Main Ideas Chapter 2: The audience-centered speechmaking process 13. Gather Visual and Verbal Support 14. Speech disposition Chapter 2: The audience-centered speechmaking process 15. Rehearse your Speech! 16. Practice, Practice, Practice 17. Relax 18. Be confident Introduction to Public Speaking Summary...
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2010 for the course COMM 2280 taught by Professor Desoyners-colas during the Spring '10 term at Armstrong State University.

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Introduction to - Chapter 2 The Audience-Centered Speechmaking Process Chapter 2 0 Who is your audience 1 What should you know about your audience

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