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Speech prep 1 online

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    • Speech Preparation Part 1
    • The Power of Public Speaking
      • Public speaking includes…
        • A speaker with a reason for speaking
        • An audience that gives the speaker attention
        • A message that is meant to accomplish a specific purpose
    • The Purpose of Your Speech
      • The General Purpose
        • Informative Speeches
        • Persuasive Speeches
        • Special-Occasion Speeches
    • Informative Speech Assignment
      • Three minutes in length
      • Speech outline required. Upload to Blackboard.
      • Must reference at least two sources of information both aurally and within the outline
      • Site sources in written outline using APA style
      • Does not require a visual aid
    • Informative
      • Explain something
      • Expand audience’s understanding of a subject
      • This is not a persuasive speech, speakers are NOT to state their opinion or try to sway the opinion of the audience
    • Analyzing Your Audience
      • Decentering (Dance and Zak-Dance)
      • Your audience may have a different point of view from yours
      • Try putting yourself in the place of the audience
      • Speaker must find ways to connect to the audience
      • Speakers can select the associations that will be most conducive to accomplishing the speech goals
    • Analyzing Your Audience
      • Audience demographics
        • What do you know about your classroom peers?
        • The quantifiable characteristics
        • May focus on statistics regarding gender, socioeconomic status, age, nationality, and so on.
    • Choosing Your Topic
      • Find a topic that intrigues you
      • Brainstorm your topic
      • Narrow your topic
        • Am I interested?
        • Does it meet the assignment’s criteria?
        • Will my audience find it worthwhile?
        • Is there information available for research?
        • Can I convey the information in the time limits of the speech?
    • Quick Brainstorm
      • Write down as many topics as you can
      • Then, circle the top three that are most appealing to you
      • Now, circle the topic that would be most appealing to your audience
    • Choosing Your Topic
      • Developing a thesis statement
        • A simple, clear statement that tells the listeners what the speech will do.
        • Gives listeners a reason to attend mindfully by alerting them that the information to come will be useful to them.
    • Researching the Topic
      • Types of information
        • Expert testimony
        • Lay testimony
        • Statistics
        • Anecdotes
        • Quotations
        • Comparisons
        • Contrasts
    • Researching the Topic
      • Researching Supporting Material
        • Talk to people
          • Interviews
          • Surveys
        • Search the literature
        • Use the Internet
    • Researching the Topic
      • Evaluating Supporting Material
        • Credible
        • Up-to-date
        • Accurate
        • Relevant
        • Compelling
        • Reliable
    • Ethical Speaking
      • Recognizing plagiarism
        • Presenting someone else’s information as your own
      • Taking accurate notes
        • Quotes and paraphrases
        • Running bibliography
      • Speaking ethically and
      • responsibly
        • Be trustworthy, respectful, responsible, and fair
    • Organizing your Speech
      • Introduction
      • Body/Main Points
      • Conclusion
    • Introduction
        • Capture your audience’s attention
          • Use surprise
          • Tell a story
          • Start with a quote
          • Ask a question
          • Make them laugh
      • Helps the audience understand how the subject relates to them
      • Tell the audience the purpose of the speech
      • Provides a preview (of signposting) of the speeches main points
      • Transitions into the main body of the speech
    • Body
      • Covers only the material in support of the speeches specific purpose
      • Usually includes about three main points
      • Popular Organizational Patterns
        • Chronological pattern
        • Spatial pattern
        • Problem-solution pattern
        • Cause-effect pattern
        • Narrative pattern
    • Conclusion
      • Summarizes
      • Reinforces any points needing restatement
      • Moves quickly and forcefully
      • Mirrors introduction
    • Outlining Your Speech
      • See example posted in Blackboard
      • Working outline
        • Rough draft used in speech preparation
        • Firm up thesis statement and
        • organize points
      • Speaking outline
        • Delivery outline
        • Final speech plan
        • The basis for your note cards
    • Outlining Your Speech
      • Styles of Outlines
        • Sentence outline
          • Full text of your speech in outline format
        • Phrase outline
        • Key-word outline
        • **Phrase/Key-word are best for speaking outlines
    • Using Language That Works
      • Respect your audience
      • Keep it simple
      • Use vivid language
      • Use language to make a lasting impression
        • Repetition
        • Allusion
        • Comparisons, similes, and metaphors