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Chapter 18
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Definition A speech to inform “shares information  with others to enhance their knowledge or  understanding of the information,  concepts, and ideas you present.” 
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Goals of Informative  Speaking Enhance understanding Use words your listeners will interpret in the  way that you mean them Maintain interest People listen to what affects them directly,  adds to their knowledge, satisfies their  curiosity, or entertains them Be remembered Being organized, appropriately redundant, and  relating the message to listeners’ interest
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Types of Informative  Speeches Speeches about objects An object is anything tangible (something you  can see or touch) Can be organized topically, chronologically or  spatially Examples: Cars Animals Toy
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Types of Informative  Speeches Speeches about procedures Involve speaking about how something works, 
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