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Chapter 12 Speech Presentation: Developing Skills
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2 Presenting with Competence and Credibility I. Presenting With Competence and Credibility A. Style: The distinctive way in which a speech is presented, and made memorable, primarily through the speaker’s use of language. B. Delivery: The presentation of the speech to the audience. Skillfully done, this includes effective use of voice, and nonverbal cues.
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3 Presenting with Competence and Credibility I. Presenting With Competence and Credibility Cont’d B . Becoming a Credible Speaker 1. Speaker credibility: the impressions the listeners form of the public speaker in a given public speaking context, at a given time. These impressions can change over time. 2. Initial credibility: what the audience knows about you before hearing you speak. What you say and do in the introduction to your speech is pivotal. 3. Derived credibility: develops as your audience listens to you speak 4. Terminal credibility: the long-term impression you leave behind
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4 Presenting with Competence and Credibility (Credibility Over Time) From p. 315
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5 I. Presenting With Competence and Credibility Cont’d C . Becoming a Competent Presenter 1. Use language and words that are clear, vivid, and appropriate 2. Vary the rate, pitch, and volume of your voice 3. Use correct and appropriate pronunciation, articulation, and grammar 4. Embody a variety of nonverbal cues in your presentation: appearance, posture, body movement and gestures, facial expressions, and eye contact 5. Develop and use presentational aids.
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6 Using Words II. Using Words A. Clarity 1. Meaning 2. Concreteness 3. Familiarity B. Vividness: promotes enthusiasm for a speech by bringing the speaker’s message to life and moving the
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course COM 100 taught by Professor Nakayama during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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