Chapter 4.3 Notes

Chapter 4.3 Notes - 4.3 Delivering Your Presentation...

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4.3 Delivering Your Presentation Manuscript Speaking : Reading a presentation from written text Memorized Speaking : Delivering a presentation word for word from memory without using notes Impromptu Speaking : Speaking “off the cuff” with no advance preparation Extemporaneous Speaking : This is the speaking style taught today in most public speaking classes and preferred by most audiences. Develop presentation according to the various stages of the audience-centered public speaking model, stopping short of writing it out Specific Word : Refers to an individual member of a general class Concrete Words : Appealing to one of the five senses and clearly communicating an image Unbiased Words : Those do not offend, either intentionally or unintentionally, any sexual, racial, cultural, or religious group—or any audience member who may belong to one of these groups Vivid Words : Add color and interest to your language Thesaurus : Collection of synonyms Simple Words : Words that are immediately understandable to an audience
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