Speech 1 - Chapter 14 1 accurately, clearly, interesting...

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Chapter 14 1 accurately, clearly, interesting and meaningful 2 objects, processes, events, concepts 3 4/5 Objects: visible, tangible and stable in form, baseball Processes: series of actions leading to a result, hurricane development Events: anything that has happens or is happening, holocaust Concepts: beliefs, theories, ideas, principles, human rights 6 Don’t overestimate what the audience knows Relate the subject to the audience Don’t be too technical Avoid abstractions Personalize your ideas 7 Avoid abstractions through description, comparison, contrast 8 Chapter 1 1 communication: process of sending and receiving a message 2 organizing thoughts logically Tailoring the message for the audience Telling story for maximum impact Adapting to listener feedback 3 public speaking highly structured More formal language Different method of delivery 4 Extemporaneous delivery: a speech that is carefully prepared and practiced and delivered from brief notes rather than from memory or a written manuscript. Impromptu delivery: a speech that is not planned or prepared in advance. Manuscript: a speech that is read to an audience from a written text. Memorized: a speech that has been written out, committed to memory, and given
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