Personal benefits of public speaking
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Manuscript DeliveryReading the text of a speech word for wordMemorized DeliveryLearning a speech by heart and then delivering it without notesImpromptu SpeechesA speech delivered without previous preparationExtemporaneous DeliveryLearning your speech well enough so that you can deliver it from a keyword outlineVocal Aspects of DeliveryArticulation Pronunciation Accent, Dialect, and Regionalisms Vocal Quality Pitch and Inflection Rate of Speaking Pauses vs. Vocalized PausesNon-Verbal Aspects of DeliveryPersonal Appearance Movement and Gestures Facial Expressions Eye ContactMastering the LocationThe Room The Podium The Equipment Using a Microphone Water RulesPreparation, Practice and PayoffPreparing Notes Rehearsing the Speech - Preparing a checklist Managing StressWhat is the function of an informative speech?To give information to the audienceWhat is the role of the speaker in an informative speech?To inform the audience of the topicWhat are the types of informative speeches?Definitional Descriptive Explanatory DemonstrationHow do you develop an informative speech?Generate and maintain interest Use attention getting elements Tell a story Be creative Stimulate audience intellect Create coherence Organize logically Use simple language Avoid information overload Make your speech memorable Build in reputation Appeal to different ways of learning Use visualsWhat is the function of an introduction?To introduce the reader to the field of research To gain attention and interest To gain the good will of the audience To clearly state the purpose To preview and structure the speechWhat are some attention getting strategies?Tell a story Refer to the occasion Refer to recent or historical events Refer to personal interest Use starling statistics Use an analogy Use a quotation Ask a question Use humorWhat are the functions to a conclusion?To prepare the audience for the end of the speech To present any final appeals To summarize and close the speech To end with a clincher To appeal in challengeHow do you compose a conclusion?Prepare the conclusion Do not include any new information Follow the structureWhat are the types of visual aids?Personal appearance Objects and props Demonstration Posters and flip charts Audio and video Handouts SlidewareWhat are the design principles of visual aids have to deal with?Slide layout Backgrounds and effects Colors Fonts TextHow can you get personal and professional knowledge for public speaking?Personal testimony InterviewsWhat are some examples of library resources that you can use in order to give a public speech?Books Periodicals Full-text databasesWhat are some examples of Internet resources that you can use in order to give a public speech?Search engines Websites Government documentsWhat do you look for when evaluating information for a public speech?Accuracy Credibility Objectivity Currency Comprehensiveness AuthorityWhat is plagiarism?The act of presenting somebody else's work or ideas as your ownHow do you construct clear and vivid messages?Use simple language Use concrete and precise languageHow do you use stylized language?The usage of metaphors and similes Alliteration Antitheses Parallel structure and language Personalized languageWhy is ethical language important?Ethical language does not unfairly label one thing or another based on personal bias and tries to communicate reality to the best of its abilityWhat do you avoid in order to avoid language pitfalls?Generic "he" or "man" Profanity Man-linked terms Spotlighting Heterosexist language Too much exaggeration Powerless language Incorrect grammar Regionalisms ColloquialismsWhat are the types of special occasion speeches?Speech of introduction A toast A roast Speech to present an award Acceptance speech Keynote address Commencement speech Commemorative Speeches and TributesWhat are the techniques for building confidence in a public speech?Prepare well Visualize success Avoid gimmicks Breathe and release Minimize what you memorize Practice out loudWhat are the three paradigms of audience analysis?Direct observation Inference Data samplingWhat is persuasive speaking?Creation of oral messages which will increase commitment, alter beliefs, attitudes, or values, and ultimately ask for a change in the audience's action.What are the functions of persuasive speeches?Influence or reinforced particular beliefs, attitudes, or values Influence or reinforce actionsWhat are the types of persuasive speeches?Propositions of Fact Propositions of Value Propositions of PolicyWhat are the three types of audiences?Receptive audiences Neutral audiences Hostile audiencesWhat are the three persuasive strategies?Ethos, pathos, and logos