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  • Chapter 1
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    Title Slide16. Interference
    Speaking in Public17. Situation
    Speaking in Public (continued)18. The Speech Communication
    The Power of Public Speaking Process
    Great Moments from Great Speeches19. Stage Fright
    The Tradition of Public Speaking20. Nervousness is Normal
    Similarities Between Public Speaking 21. Reducing Speech Anxiety and Conversation
    Differences Between Public Speaking 22. Positive Nervousness and Conversation
    The Speech Communication Process23. Power of Visualization
    Speaker24. Public Speaking and Critical
    Message Thinking
    Channel 25. Critical Thinking
    Listener26. Public Speaking in a
    Frame of Reference Multicultural World
    Feedback27. Ethnocentrism
    28. Blank
  • Chapter1

    1. 1. 1 Speaking in Public
    2. 2. Similarities Between Public Speaking and Conversation Organizing thoughts logically Tailoring the message to the audience Telling a story for maximum impact Adapting to listener feedback
    3. 3. Differences Between Public Speaking and Conversation Public speaking is more highly structured Public speaking requires more formal language Public speaking requires a different method of delivery
    4. 4. Stage Fright Anxiety over the prospect of giving a speech in front of an audience.
    5. 5. What Causes Stage Fright? inadequate preparation fear of being judged unfamiliarity with the audience or the environment lack of knowledge about public speaking feelings of inadequacy fear of the unknown negative past experiences
    6. 6. Important Understandings About Stage Fright It is normal. Almost everyone experiences some nervousness about speaking in some situations. It is mostly internal. You will usually feel more nervous than you look.or mental stress.
    7. 7. Important Understandings About Stage Fright Anxiety can be useful. Your nervousness can create a heightened state of readiness, allowing you to perform better than you might otherwise. It can be managed. While you may never eliminate the nervousness you feel, you can deal with it and deliver a successful speech in spite of it.
    8. 8. Reducing Speech Anxiety Know your audience Select an appropriate topic Re-create the speech environment when you rehearse Know your introduction and conclusion Be organized Use visual aids
    9. 9. Reducing Speech Anxiety Acquire speaking experience Think positively Use the power of visualization Know that most nervousness is not visible Don’t expect perfection Prepare, prepare, prepare
    10. 10. Visualization Mental imaging in which a speaker vividly pictures himself or herself giving a successful presentation.
    11. 11. THANK YOU