Speech2 - Pages 312-314 1 Motivation a Is attendance...

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Pages 312-314 1. Motivation a. Is attendance optional or required? 4 2. Values a. Is the audience homogeneous or heterogeneous? 1 3. Level of Agreement a. Does the audience agree with your position? 2 4. Level of communication a. How much do they care? 2 Predicting the Audience’s Reaction 1. What do the audience members now know about my topic? a. They will know about the demographics, culture, and economy of Mexico. 2. To what extent are they interested in my topic? a. Besides the students who are interested in Mexico, they are only a little interested; mainly because it is required that they listen. 3. What are their current attitudes toward this topic? a. Many of their attitudes/opinions are skewed by the media, which are the opposite views that I have. Pages 323-324 Revisiting Chapter Objectives 1. Approach public speaking systematically a. When giving a speech, you should go in a certain order. The first step is topic selection and audience analysis. The second is speech development, support,
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Speech2 - Pages 312-314 1 Motivation a Is attendance...

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