Chapter_8 - Public speaking is AUDIENCE-centered There are...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  3/21/11 Chapter 8 (more or less) Informative Speaking Human Communication
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 3/21/11 Goals of Public Speaking Enhance understanding Maintain interest Be remembered
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 3/21/11 Kinds of topics Objects (Dead Sea Scrolls) Procedures (How-To speech) About people (but not a biography) Events (Fourth of July in Small Town, America) Ideas (Intelligent Design)
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 3/21/11 It’s a planned process Know your purpose Inform Persuade Entertain  Know your audience Mixed sexes Diverse ages, backgrounds Cultures and countries Know your goal
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 3/21/11 Speaking ethically Should guide every step of public speaking
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Unformatted text preview: Public speaking is AUDIENCE-centered There are no absolutes that would make this an easier process NCA credo: ethical communication enhances human worth and dignity by fostering truthfulness, fairness, responsibility, personal integrity, and respect 3/21/11 Boundaries of ethics Have a clear, responsible goal Use sound evidence and reasoning Be sensitive to and tolerant of differences Be honest Dont plagiarize Do your own work Acknowledge your sources Do not look for speeches on the Internet...
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