Speeking to inform - Chapter 12 Speaking to Inform...

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Chapter 12Speaking to InformInformative SpeakingTo communicate information and ideas in a way that your audience will understand and rememberInformative vs. Persuasive Intent*A Matter of Intent*Informative – to __________ your audience*Expand understanding of the subject*Persuasive – to ___________ your audienceTypes of Informative Speeches*Speeches of Description- *Speeches of Explanation – *Speeches of Demonstration –
Goals and Strategies of Informative Speaking*Be accurate (sources & timeliness)*Be objective (perspectives & trends)*Be clear (organize & define)*Be meaningful (setting & amount)*Be memorable (examples, humor, & involvement)Guidelines for Effective Informative Speeches*Capture attention and interest immediately*Be creative*Cite oral sources accurately*Signpost main ideas*Connect new information with familiar*Use repetition and reinforcement*Interesting visuals*Be an Ethical researcher and presenterChapter 12
Speaking to InformInformative SpeakingTo communicate information and
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Term
Fall
Professor
KatieKuhn
Tags
Psychology, informative speaking, ethical researcher

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