Public Speaking Chapter 3

Public Speaking Chapter 3 - Chapter 3 Response Before...

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Chapter 3 Response Before initially reading this chapter, I had a lack of knowledge when it came to speeches and presentations. I never really viewed public speeches as similar as to writing an essay, but after reading this chapter, I came to a realization that speeches are like an essay, in the sense that there is a process. Similar to essays, before speeches are presented, they must be written out in outlines, proofread and finalized. The difference between a speech and an essay is that the speaker, who is presenting the speech in front of an audience, must make a positive first impression when they speak. For speakers to do this, they should generally find a topic that they are interested in and a topic that fits for them. By doing so, it would allow the speakers to have a relationship with their audience, allowing the speakers to grab the audiences’ attention with their enthusiasm from the speech that they are presenting. There are many methods on how a speaker should try to grab their audiences’
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