chapter 11-Public Speaking.ppt

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01/20/11 Public speaking COMM 107 Ahnlee Jang
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01/20/11 Step by step process Prior to the speech analysis Audience analysis Demographics: age, religion, socioeconomic background Psychographics: attitude and beliefs Rhetorographics: place, time of day, time limit, emotional climate
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01/20/11 Choosing a topic  Pick a topic you are interested in or a topic that really matters to you or to your audience If your topic is too broad, narrow it down Starbucks Top internet searches Youtube Fast foods Sports College experience Barbie genealogy, history of batman movies
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01/20/11 Determine the purpose  What’s the purpose of your topic Ask yourself: What is the message I want to convey? What is really important for the audience to hear? How can I make it more relevant to them? What do I want the audience to gain after my speech?
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01/20/11 Write the central idea  Should center on what you want the audience
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2011 for the course COMM 107 taught by Professor Gardner during the Fall '08 term at Maryland.

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