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Caroline is done with her speech preparation, but she will still have time to make adjustments to her speech while she's speaking. From first to last, what order should these steps be placed in to correctly utilize audience analysis?
1. The Japanese students look confused when Caroline refers to different baked goods by name, so she stops and shows pictures from the internet of each one to illustrate the children's experiences in the bakery.
2. Caroline has never gone to school in a country that didn't speak her language; in contrast, some members of her audience experience this language barrier every day. However, she did once attend a church mass delivered entirely in Latin. She used that experience and her imagination to determine what parts of her speech might present the most problems for the international students in her class.
3. Caroline discovers a demographic profile of the student population on the community college website. She finds specific information about the department of education and learns that 75 percent of students are younger than 25 and 25 percent are older than 25. She also finds information about the background of the college's international students and learns that half of the early-education class participated in political lobbying to increase school-system spending on health education.
4. Caroline meets with a small group of international students from her class and asks them to review her diction and vocabulary and highlight tricky words or concepts.