Ch-11; Public Speaking.pptx

Pose an unanswered question present a surprise

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Pose an unanswered question. Present a surprise statement. Give a startling statistic. Use appropriate humor. Quote a recognized expert. Appeal to solve a common problem.
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15-8 Body Divide the whole into comparable parts. Apply conventional relationships of data (time, place, quantity, factor, combination). Use factors for presenting issues and questions. Connect major points with transitions.
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15-9 The Conclusion, Ending Consider Restating the subject. Summarizing key points. Stating that conclusion
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15-10 Presentation Methods Extemporaneous – from notes, rehearsed Memorized – the most difficult, hazardous Reading – typically dull, mechanical
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15-11 Consideration of Personal Aspects Confidence – gained by Preparing well Dressing appropriately Talking strong Sincerity – try to project it Thoroughness – scant, hurried presentations are obvious Friendliness – make genuine
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15-12 Audience Analysis Preliminary – Determine size, characteristics (education level, sex, age, etc.) Then adapt. During presentation – Get feedback (smiles, frowns, blank stares, applause) Then adjust during speech.
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  • Fall '18
  • The Conclusion, Audience theory

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