Informative1_PPT

Informative1_PPT - Speaking To Inform To inform is to share...

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Speaking To Inform
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To inform is to share information with others to enhance their knowledge or understanding of the information, concepts, and ideas you present.
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3 Goals of Informative Speaking 1. Enhance understanding 2. Maintain Interest 3. Be Memorable 5 Types of Informative Speeches 1. Objects 2. Procedures 3. People 4. Events 5. Ideas
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Enhancing Understanding 1. Definition By Example 2. Use Principles of Adult Learning 3. Clarify Complex Processes 4. Use Visual Reinforcement Enhancing Audience Interest 1. Establish Motive To Listen 2. Tell A Story 3. Local vs. Global Relevance 4. Be Creative! Enhancing Audience Recall 1. Build In Redundancy 2. Keep Ideas Short & Simple 3. Pace Information Flow 4. Use Visual Reinforcement
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Select Your Topic Audience + Occasion + Self Narrow Topic! Develop Specific Purpose (ONE sentence) Logically Organize Main Ideas Establish Central Idea (ONE sentence)
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