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Ch7 delivering speeches (modes of delivery)

  1. 1. Delivery • Effective delivery is • Conversational • Natural • Spontaneous • Comfortable for you and the audience • Committed to the ideas you present
  2. 2. Delivery • In the beginning focus on –Speaking clearly –Maintaining eye contact –Avoiding too much gesticulation –Avoiding nervous habits Ask your friend to give you a sign when you need changes
  3. 3. Modes of Delivery 1. Extemporaneous Mode: keyword outline or brief notes 2. Memorized Mode: committed to memory 3. Manuscript Mode: complete presentation is written out no memorization 4. Impromptu Mode: presenting without advance preparation
  4. 4. Justifying Preferred Mode in Public Speaking 1. Extemporaneous Mode http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0iNk_J3kxAY Advantage: -conversational -spontaneous -seems effortless -most flexible -allows high quality communication -invites bodily movements gestures and rapid nonverbal responses Disadvantage: -lots of practice -different word choices that could change the meaning
  5. 5. Justifying Preferred Mode in Public Speaking 2. Memorized Mode http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sp7cWOqcinM Advantage: allows maximum use of delivery skills Disadvantage: -permits little or no adoption -difficult to recover from mistakes -can sound memorized
  6. 6. Justifying Preferred Mode in Public Speaking 3. Manuscript Mode http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HrdqBSaVz8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkkaTvfCwk0 Advantage: -prevents slips of tongue and poor wording Disadvantage: -reduces eye contact -hinders audience adaptation -might cause less gestures -might affect vocal variety -might cause pacing too rapid or too slow
  7. 7. Justifying Preferred Mode in Public Speaking 4. Impromptu Mode: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TC0AKNQBV80 Advantage: -minimal planning and practice -allows spontaneity -reveals your skill in unplanned circumstances Disadvantage: -discourages audience adaptation -discourages planned research -discourages detailed preparation -has uncertain outcome
  8. 8. Eight vocal aspects of delivery 1. Rate: speed of delivery adapt to speaker, audience, situation, content 2. Pause: brief silence for effect vocalized pause - delaying with sound (ahh, you know…) 3. Duration: how long something lasts sounds, words, sentences, parts of speech
  9. 9. Eight vocal aspects of delivery 4. Rhythm: the tempo of a speech -starts off slowly, indicate what is important -rhythm in words, sentences, paragraphs -Alliteration: repetition of the individual sounds, words 5. Pitch: the highness or lowness of the speaker’s voice 6. Volume: relative loudness or softness -Projection: adjusting to subject, audience, situation
  10. 10. Eight vocal aspects of delivery 7. Enunciation: how you say the words -Pronunciation: production of the sounds in words -Articulation: the physiological process of creating a sound 8. Fluency: the smoothness and the flow of delivery
  11. 11. Five nonverbal aspects of delivery Eye contact: hold attention Facial expression: feelings eyes, eyebrows, forehead, mouth Gestures: •emphasize expression •motion of hands •and body
  12. 12. Five nonverbal aspects of delivery • Bodily movements: what you do with your entire body -Face the audience -Distance important • Attire: physical appearance -clothes, jewelry, accessories
  13. 13. Speech Practice • Work in group of 3 Get ready to deliver your speech for your peers Second student evaluates content Third student evaluates delivery TIME EACH OTHER
  14. 14. Suggestions for physical appearance • Wear clothing typical for your audience • Avoid clothes that distract your audience • Clothing and accessories that contribute to your credibility In general: you dress for the topic, the audience and the occasion
  15. 15. Have a good speech! Next: Special occasion speech (manuscript) 2-3 minutes
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