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Signposting is letting the audience know where you are, much as road signs operate. Internal previews alert audience to what will come next. Internal summaries signify the close of a preceding line of thought.
You will be using a Keyword Outline when you give your informative speech. What is a keyword outline?Final version of outline you prepare Chapter Nine: Speakers, Speeches, & Audiences: What are the four C’s of source credibility? Understand the concepts of each dimension.Competence: presentation skills, powerful high rank Character: reputable, consistent, objective Caring: goodwill to the audience, responsiveness Connection: identifying which the speaker, similarity, attractivenessUnderstand the types of audience data. Specifically: attitudes, beliefs, & values. Attitudes: degree of support or opposition on specific issues Beliefs: principles that generate attitudes Values: moral convictions accepted at face value Understand Maslow’s Hierarchy of NeedsPhysiological, safety, love and belonging, esteem, self-actualization, and self-transcendence What is the definition of immediacy? How/why do we use this in speeches?Describes behavior that communications approachability and closeness between people. It suggests and promote positive feelings.Understand and be able to apply constructive criticismIt is performance-based; focusing on facts about what someone is doing and offering suggestions for improvement. Chapter Ten: Informative Presentations:What are the similarities & differences between novelties, significance, and relevance? They are all use to increase the impact of your informative presentations.Novelty: information is news Significance: as a speaker you must prove your information has some significance Relevance: direct link to the audience What are the five types of Informative Speeches? Be able to apply concepts for each type.
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