Chapter 14_Presenting the Message-1

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Chapter 14 Public Speaking: Presenting the Message
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Vocal Delivery Vocal Variety Speed Monotone
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Activity Secretary of State Valley Girl/Surfer Dude Evangelical Preacher Boring Professor Preschool Teacher Coach at Halftime
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Activity Match your delivery and style to both the audience and message Adapt the strengths of personal speaking styles to different audiences and situations Keeping your audience’s attention is not the same as keeping an audience’s attention focused on your message
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Pronunciation Sloppy or Incorrect Articulation Dint (Don’t) Init (Isn’t) Unaware of Correct Pronunciation Reading/listening vocabulary
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Pronunciation Vowel Distortion Water Pronunciation Outside the Normal Pattern Ax Speaking American English as a Second Language
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Just a Minute Groups of 4, choose one person to begin as the speaker
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Unformatted text preview: Speaker tries to speak for 60 seconds on a designated topic Challenge the speaker if you hear: 1. Hesitation or inarticulates 2. Deviation from the topic or rules of grammar 3. Repetition of words unnecessarily (you may repeat pronouns, articles, prepositions, the verb to be and the topic; you may not repeat nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs) If your challenge is successful, you become the speaker The person speaking at the end of the minute gets one point Physical Elements Gestures Eye Contact Zoned Eye Contact Using a Script or Outline Use of Visual Aids Delivering the Speech Dealing with Public Speaking Anxiety Rehearsal Methods Speaking with Confidence Dealing with Difficulties During the Speech...
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course COMM 107 taught by Professor Gardner during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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