Informative Speaking-Strategies and Types

Informative - Informative Speaking Underlying teacher-student metaphor SPCH 140 Informative Speaking Goals Create a well-organized memorable

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SPCH 140 Informative Speaking Goals Communicate clearly your main claims and supporting data Aid audience in comprehension of message by utilizing informative speaking strategies effectively Maximize audience s retention of message by overtly structuring speech and reinforcing thesis Maintain an objective, interested tone throughout speech Practice a dynamic, charismatic and confident style of delivery Thoroughly research and understand a topic of your choice Create a well-organized, memorable presentation
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Characteristics of Informative Speaking Speaker is expected to be clear , accurate and interesting Listeners are expected to be attentive , to comprehend what is being said, and to modify existing knowledge system Speech does not ask to believe or do any particular thing
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Specific Purposes of Informative Speaking To enhance existing knowledge through clarification or elaboration To update current common knowledge To revise misconceptions in common knowledge To shed light on a rarely-explored topic
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Informative Strategies Definition Description Reporting Explaining Comparison/Contrast
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Defining To clarify a term that is vague or troublesome To introduce new vocabulary or information To present a new way of viewing a subject Acknowledge all/other possible definitions to
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This note was uploaded on 06/16/2011 for the course SPCH 140 taught by Professor Cochran during the Fall '10 term at South Carolina.

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Informative - Informative Speaking Underlying teacher-student metaphor SPCH 140 Informative Speaking Goals Create a well-organized memorable

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