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Unformatted text preview: Connor Billing, Ashleigh Dubois, Trista Durey, Will Breitenbach February 4, 2010 COM 135: Section I Mr. Nick Bernard Media Explanation Audience Analysis is a topic where picking a video not really that simple. IT is really hard to find a video that shows exactly how a presenter has analyzed his or her audience. In almost every clip of a presentation the audience is shown but that analysis is not obvious. Keeping this in mind, we really wanted to pick two clips where it is plain that the audience really pays attention to what the presenter is doing so that we can show what is done right. In both the Matilda and Dane Cook clip, the audiences are enthusiastic and enthralled by the presentation. The chapter of the book we read taught us many things about audience analysis and we feel that these two clips are great examples of a presenter that knows his audience and how to present to them. In the Matilda clip the presenters, authorities at the school, are talking to their students about a cake. The actual events that take place are pretty unimportant, but rather it is important to note how the cake....
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course COM 135 taught by Professor Lauth during the Spring '08 term at Miami University.
- Spring '08