Audience-IST444-Fall11-1

Audience-IST444-Fall11-1 - Understanding&EngaginganAudience...

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How to Conduct an  Understanding  & Engaging an Audience
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Enlarged conversation “Audiences are made up of human beings of the everyday variety -- the same kind of people you talk to at lunch, at the drugstore, at the train station…. They are… understanding, sympathetic, reasonable, and not readily given to any violent actions. Why then should you be afraid of them? Speaking before a group is nothing more than enlarged conversation." - R.J. Norko © Koegel
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What is an Audience? Collection of people who have come together Usually have some things in common Also have some individual differences
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What You Should Know  About Your Audience Average Age people see the world through their own set of experiences Subcultures race, religion, nationality, geographic, etc.
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About Your Audience What is the purpose of the event? Why are THEY there? How many of them are there? What do these people have in common? What are their expectations?
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