Chapter 2 - COMM 100 Notes on Course Chapter

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Chapter 2:   The Audience-Centered  Speechmaking Process COMM 100 Professor Tucker
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Audience-Centered  Speechmaking Model
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Considering Your Audience Being audience-centered involves making  decisions about the content and style of your  speech before you speak Based on: Knowledge of audience s values and beliefs Being sensitive to audience s responses  during  the  speech Adjusting the speech if needed to accommodate the  audience Cultural stigma
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Topic Selection Selecting and narrowing your topic should  occur with your audience in mind: Ask yourself: Who is the audience? What is the occasion? Examine your own background (i.e. college experience,  hobbies, ancestry, career, geographical background)
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Purpose Beginning the research process: General purpose of the speech: to inform, 
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