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Unit 4 Tutorials: Presenting Your SpeechINSIDE UNIT 4Speech PatternsVolumeRatePitchPausesArticulation and PronunciationDialect and Vocal VarietyNonverbal CommunicationAppearance: Dress and PostureEye Contact and Facial ExpressionMovement and GestureAdapting to Handouts and VisualsProxemicsInteraction in Public SpeakingRehearsingThe Importance of RehearsingSuccessful Rehearsing Habits: Mimic Timing and ContextQ&A SessionsPreparing for a Q&A SessionConducting a Q&A SessionQ&A Considerations in Non-Academic EnvironmentsUsing Visual AidsImprove Listener Engagement, Comprehension, and MemoryChoosing the Right Visual AidThe Importance of PreparationPhysical Objects and AnimationsChalkboards, Flip Charts, and TransparenciesStatic Representations: Images, Drawings, and GraphsDynamic Representations: Video and Multimedia© 2021 SOPHIA Learning, LLC. SOPHIA is a registered trademark of SOPHIA Learning, LLC.Page 1
SlideshowsCreating Effective PresentationsThe Do's of Using Sensory EnhancementsThe Don'ts of Using Sensory EnhancementsDesign TipsThe Role of ColorThe Do's of Using Visual AidsThe Don'ts of Using Visual AidsThe Advantages and Disadvantages of PowerPointAn Overview of PowerPointThe Elements of a SlideFormatting TipsDelivery TipsOther Presentation Software OptionsFeedbackRead Feedback CuesHold the Audience's AttentionMaximize UnderstandingBuild CredibilityMake Messages Easy to RememberTechniques for Accepting CriticismSpecial Occasion SpeechesThe Speech of IntroductionThe Speech to Secure GoodwillThe Speech of Presentation or AcceptanceCommemorative Speeches: Dedications and EulogiesThe Inspirational SpeechOther Speeches: Farewells, Toasts, and After-Dinner RemarksVolumeby Sophia TutorialIn this lesson, you will learn about how to determine the best volume for your speech. Specifically,this lesson will cover:WHAT'S COVERED© 2021 SOPHIA Learning, LLC. SOPHIA is a registered trademark of SOPHIA Learning, LLC.Page 2
1. Volume2. Using the "Naked" Speaking Voice3. Using a Microphone1. VolumeVolume is theloudnessof the speaker. It is the psychological characteristic of physical strength (amplitude). Itis perceived as auditory sensation by the listener which can be ordered on a scale from quiet to loud.Loudness is then a subjective measure of the listener, which is often confused with objective measures ofsound strength such as sound pressure level (in decibels), sound intensity, or sound power.Amplitude is the strength or power of the wave signal. Higher amplitudes on the wave graph are interpretedas a higher volume, hence the name "amplifier" for a device that increases amplitude.TERM TO KNOWLoudnessThe characteristic of a sound that is primarily a psychological correlate of physical strength (amplitude). Moreformally, it is defined as "that attribute of auditory sensation in terms of which sounds can be ordered on ascale extending from quiet to loud."2. Using the "Naked" Speaking Voice

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