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Unformatted text preview: Approaching and Constructing Image: http://ismamerica.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/man-presenting-at-a-business-meeting.jpg Speaker Speaker Audience Audience Message Message Response Response Speaker Speaker Response Response desires a specific Therefore, we always speak with a… PURPOSE PURPOSE Informative Speeches Purpose: to provide knowledge and understanding to audience About objects, events, processes, concepts Persuasive Speeches Purpose: to change viewpoints and/or provoke action It also informs Questions of fact, validity, policy Something you know about Something you care about Something your whole audience cares about Avoid what everyone knows already Avoid controversial topics (unless necessary) Avoid complex speeches (unless necessary) Image: http://www.ideachampions.com/weblogs/thinking.jpg How does one decide? We may decide (our purpose) Someone else may decide (their purpose) Usually somewhere in between What will we say about the topic? Depends on desired response What you know about the topic Who is your audience? Are you talking about a general topic? A specific element of that topic? A very very specific topic? A very very very very specific topic? A very very very very very very very very very very…etc Example: Computers Macs Downloading photos on iPhoto Changing album attributes in iPhoto Programming algorithms for that allow users to change album attributes Etc… Are you perceived as credible? Is the topic controversial? Does the audience agree on my stance? What do they know/don’t know? Image: http://www.bc.edu/schools/lsoe/isprc/meta-elements/jpg/nav-photos/DC/audience.jpg 1. Begin with a purpose Most important audience should remember 1. Objective/Mission/Goal 2. Positions/Situations/Issues 3. End Result/Benefits/Consequences 4. Next Steps/Action Plan/Time Line Opening Tell them what you plan on saying Body Say what you are going to say Conclusion Remind them what you just said Grab attention Use a “hook” Define your purpose for speaking...
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2012 for the course IST 444 taught by Professor Bonzi,s during the Fall '08 term at Syracuse.

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