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Ashley Hoffmann 14106647 Chapter 5: Audience Analysis What are the four situational characteristics of a speech situation? One factor to observe or discover before you give a speech is the audience size. This is simply  the number of people who will be present for your speech. The size of the audience matters  because with different size audiences, the opportunity of interaction with your audience  differs. For example, you have a greater chance of interaction with a smaller audience than a  larger one. Time is also an important situation factor of a speech. You want to consider the  length of time you have to deliver your presentation (Presentation Time) which will help  shape how you prepare and deliver your speech. Body clock is also an important  consideration with time. Body clock, also known as chronemics, refers to the time of day or  the day of week when your audience member will be listening to your presentation. Location (also known as forum) is another consideration you need to take in mind before 
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