Chapter 14: Public speaking-presenting the message
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Source: Communication: A Social and Career Focus by Berko, Wolvin & Wolvin

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  • 1. Public Speaking Presenting the Message
  • 2. How to say it
    • Verbal delivery
      • Pronunciation
      • No inarticulates
      • Extemporaneous
    • Nonverbal elements
      • Gestures
      • Eye contact
      • Posture
      • Volume, rate, pitch, tonal quality and animation
  • 3. Visual aids… should NOT replace you
    • Don’t stand between visual aid and the audience
    • Make sure it’s large enough for everyone to see
    • Speak to the audience, not the visual aid
    • Know the visual aid well enough so you don’t have to study it while you are speaking
    • It’s polite to point
    • The 5/5 rule (oops)
    • Timing and effectiveness
    • Feel free to integrate handouts and other aids
  • 4. More pointers
    • Use most appropriate structure for your speech
    • Use the familiar to explain the new
    • Use vivid illustrations
    • Avoid being too technical
    • Personalize your message
    • Don’t speak down to your audience, but don’t overestimate their knowledge
  • 5. Your current mission: To persuade INFORMATIVE PERSUASIVE