"Drinking" by Matthew
How would you describe Matthew's audience? How did he attempt to appeal to them?
Matthew's audience was composed of college students between the ages of 17 and 21. We know
this because he referred to his peers as the "mostly under-21
If you're not sure what kind of visual presentation aid to use, you should choose a PowerPoint
It's almost always best to distribute handouts before you give your speech.
One limitation of using a whiteboard
1. Audiences tend to recall what the speaker says at the start of the speech because
this is when they're most attentive.
2. Telling a joke can be an effective attention getter.
3. Speakers should downplay the controversi
1. Unless there is not one available, you should always present from behind a
2. Poor articulation during a speech can hurt your credibility.
3. The presentation outline can only be created after you've fully rese
1. Taking a public speaking class can help people feel less anxious about speaking in
2. Memorizing your entire speech is a good strategy for reducing public speaking
3. Students who procrastinate usually
1. Mass media is the most interactive sphere of communication activity.
2. Most Americans never use the skills learned in a public speaking class outside of a
3. The "five arts of public speaking" ident
Sample of Informative Speech
A. been said to you?
B. eating dirt a good thing, eat right dirt.
about dirt eating
bachelors degree in dirt eating from Not Real Universi
RELATIONSHIP BE POSSIBLE FOR
COLLEGE STUDENTS AND
What is a Long-Distance
A long-distance relationship consists of being in a relationship
in a far away distance.
Being away from a loved one can be very
8 September 2016
My Unique Life as a Child
Purpose Statement: To introduce my childhood to my audience, beginning by telling them about
my unique childhood.
Thesis: My life has a huge turn around point of view from all the t
Chapter 1 Speaking in Public
What are the similarities between public speaking and conversation?
Logically organized thoughts
Messages tailored to audience
Stories told for maximum impact
Feedback adapted to
What are the Differences between public speakin
Three Major types of speeches that the book talks about.
Advocate Persuade, or general Purpose statement
Entertainer speaking to entertain
Five objectives of a speech introduction
Get audiences attention
Relate the topic to the audience