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  • UNIT TWO Informative Speaking
  • Speaking to Inform
  • McGuire’s Model
  • Attention Comprehension Acceptance
  • Holding Attention & Maintaining Interest
  • Concreteness You need to make your speech real to your audience.
  • EXAMPLES 1) Factual 2) Hypothetical/Narrative
  • Analogies 1) Magnification 2) Minification Analogies used in Informative Speeches tend to balance out.
  • Variety
  • IMMEDIACY The degree of perceived physical or psychological closeness between people in a relationship.
  • IMMEDIACY 1) Verbal 2) Nonverbal
  • IMPORTANCE Grabs your Audience’s Attention
  • Message Clarity: Assuring Comprehension (Second part of McGuire’s Model)
  • SCHEMA A mental framework or structure which organizes our beliefs. - Petty & Cacioppo (1981)
  • Why Schemas are Important They help us organize and assimilate incoming information. -- Audience Analysis is Schemata Analysis
  • 1. Cat 2. Vacation 3. Fun 4. Teacher 5. Bed Time
  • PATTERNS OF ORGANIZATION
  • Chronological 1) In order of Time 2) History of Civil War Battles
  • Spatial 1) In order of Location 2) Different locations of Civil War Battles
  • Topical 1) In order of types, forms, qualities, or aspects of speech 2) Types weaponry used in the Civil War
  • Cause-Effect 1) In order of causes to effects 2) Issues that lead to the Civil War
  • Problem-Solution 1) In order of problem to possible solution(s) 2) Reconstructionism
  • MESSAGE ORGANIZATION
  • Introduction 1) Attention Getter 2) Enhance Credibility 3) Thesis 4) Preview
  • BODY
  • Conclusion 1) Restate Thesis 2) Review/Summarize 3) Close
  • Transitions “ Now that we have looked at my first area of analysis, let’s turn and examine the second area I wish to explore.”