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• Background information could be presented chronologically • Descriptive information could be presented topically • Problem information could be presented spatially • Persuasion could be presented . . . Creating a Conclusion Creating Summarize Refocus audience on your speech goal Reinforce the takeaway
• Closing thought • Help audience identify or buy in • • Main ideas Support Why Rehearse? Why Builds confidence Reduces reliance on notes Assures the speech is coherent and convincing Assures you’re within your time limits Shows if you’ve missed anything Nonverbal Points for Style Nonverbal Vary your cadence, pitch and intonation Gesture, posture, movement Smile, make eye contact Speak clearly and with the right volume How fast to speak? Pay attention to nonverbal feedback Audience Analysis Audience Approach to topic and audience depends on: Purpose of speaking event Audience attitudes, needs, beliefs, knowledge, culture
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course COM 259 taught by Professor Miner during the Spring '08 term at ASU.
- Spring '08