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Sph 107 Ch 14 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Informative Speaking
  • 2.
    • Speaking to share knowledge and create shared understanding in others.
    • Answer the questions “Who”, “What”, “When”, “Where”, “Why”, “How to”, and “How does”
  • 3.
    • Informative speakers shape perceptions about how listeners view things and what is important to know about those things.
    • Success is measured by how well listeners understand, retain, and apply information.
    • Difficult to not be boring.
  • 4.
    • Speeches of Description
      • Goal- to create a clear picture in the minds of your listeners.
      • Tend to be about objects, people, events, or places.
    • Speeches of Explanation
      • Goal- to generate a clear interpretation in the minds of your listeners.
      • Answers questions like “Why does” or “What does”
      • Focus on issues, concepts, ideas, or beliefs.
  • 5.
    • Speeches of Demonstration
      • Goal- to clarify a process or procedure in the minds of your listeners.
      • Answers the questions – “How does” or “How do”
      • Focus on how something works, functions, or is accomplished.
  • 6.
    • The topic should be information that your audience doesn’t already know.
    • Consider your topic and your approach.
    • Information can be made new by presenting it from a new perspective.
  • 7.
    • Relate your speech to your audiences needs and desires.
    • Show your audience how they can benefit from your speech.
    • Compare things you are talking about to things your audience is familiar with to make your speech more relevant.
  • 8.
    • Use straightforward, concrete language.
    • Avoid jargon or slang.
    • Start with an attention getter.
    • Appeal to all learning styles.