Basic Public Speaking Principles

Basic Public Speaking Principles - A Review 1. 2. 3. 4. 5....

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A Review
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1. Purpose 2. Audience 3. Logistics 4. Content 5. Organization 6. Credibility 7. Performance
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What do you want audience members to know, think, believe or do as a result of hearing your speech? Given your purpose, how do you focus and narrow your topic? How will you and your audience benefit if you achieve your purpose?
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General To inform, persuade, entertain, commemorate Your specific purpose should be conceptualized/written as a complete sentence that: Is audience-centered Specifies the exact thing you want your audience to know, think, feel or do after your speech.
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Specificity Achievability Relevance
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At the end of my presentation, the audience will understand the steps necessary to obtaining your driver’s license. At the end of my presentation, the audience will agree that Darren Hileman is the best Master’s Commission Director in the United States. At the end of my presentation, the audience will register
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This note was uploaded on 06/25/2011 for the course SPCH 230 taught by Professor Pellechia during the Spring '08 term at South Carolina.

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