Public Speaking Vocabulary Quiz #1 Review
Anxiety over the prospect of giving a speech in front of an audience.
A hormone released into the bloodstream in response to physical or mental
Positive Nervousness Contro
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Preparing to Speak
O Prepping for a speech is a little like
falling in love You may experience
a sick feeling
O Anxiety that causes speakers to
experience butterflies a sick feeling
in the stomach is calle
Types of speaking situations
O Informative speeches
O Promote understanding of an idea,
person, thing, concept, event,
complicated term, process or place
O Conveys a body of related facts
O Demonstrates how to do or m
How to analyze your audience &
select a great topic for your
Analyze your Audience:
O Voluntary or required attendance?
O Number of people expected to
O Audience knowledge of the topic?
O Audience kn
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Heres how its done
O Craig Valentine, World Champion of
Public Speaking 1999 - https:/
O Introduction Speech A speech
where you introduce someone you
The Art of
Presented by Carla E.
In every speaking situation, you
Question: Which is the most
If a tree falls in the forest
and no one is around to hear
does it make a
True or False? The
should have ethical goals
should have ethical methods
-mental give and take between speaker and listener
-the portion of the audience the speaker most wants to persuade
questions of fact
-truth or falsibilty of a topic
Marriage and Divorce
By Chris Speranza
There are many problems in the world
Legalize drugs, abortion, death penalty.
I believe there is one problem underrated
Divorce has been a problem in the U.S.
I have done proper research to share my resu
-Speaking with the objective to convey knowledge and provoke understanding.
Informative speaking is regarded as one of the most sought after and important skills for
a workplace environment.
Why might speaking to inform your colleague
Why Learn to Speak Publicly?
Practicality in professional, educational, and personal life
Rich history of public address (dating back to ancient Greece, Africa, Egypt, etc.)
Who can and cannot speak?
Must have the self esteem
Giving your first speech
Decide on a topic
Make sure your topic is appropriate for the audience and occasion
Make sure your approach to the topic can fit within the time limit
Identify main points
Develop your points creatively
Think of ways to intrigue y
It is both what you say and how you say it.
Why is polished, practiced, comfortable delivery important to successful speaking?
Necessary characteristics for effective speech delivery:
Knowledge of material
Confidence in how you want to bring your
Persuasion: Process of creating, reinforcing, or changing peoples beliefs or actions.
-we do this every day
-its beneficial in personal life, career, and for civic deliberation
Ethical obligation: Guidelines for ethical speaking
-goals should be sound
Methods of Persuasion:
-Scholars studying persuasion agree that we are persuaded because:
-the audience perceives the speaker to have high credibility
-the audience is won over by evidence
-the audience is convinced by the speakers reasoning
Supporting Your Ideas and Gathering Materials
Audiences often listen with suspicion, particularly when a speaker is trying to persuade or
advocate for a belief. Why might that be?
What can speakers do to combat audience skepticism? Support their ideas wit
Ethics and Public Speaking
Why is a strong sense of ethical responsibility vital for public speakers?
What are the five guidelines for ethical public speechmaking?
What is plagiarism, why is it unethical, and what are th