Angga P. Perkhasa (Public Speaking Chapter 4)

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Angga P. Perkhasa (Public Speaking Chapter 4)

  1. 1. Angga Putra Perkhasa 11.10.010.745.002 Lecturer: Sutria Rahayu English Department
  2. 2. 1. Examples 2. Explanation 3. Statistics 4. Testimony 5. Comparison / Contrast 6. Visual Aids
  3. 3.  Brief factual example  Brief hypothetical example  Detailed factual example  Detailed hypothethical example
  4. 4. Exposition Analysis Definition Description
  5. 5. Dramatize your statistics Round off your statistics Display your statistics visually
  6. 6.  Can add impact to your ideas  Can be presented by quoting verbatim - Most effective when quote is brief, eloquent, witty, or compelling  Can be presented by paraphrasing - Preferable when quote is long or awkward
  7. 7. One of the basic principle of education is that the only way you can learn anything new is to be able to relate it to something you already know. Therefore, the best way to teach the unknown is to compare it to the know.
  8. 8. Visual aids can be an excellent means of reinforcing or clarifying your ideas. If, however, the visual aid is used incorrectly, it can detract from rather than improve your speech.
  9. 9. Often supporting materials are used in combination with one another. Thus you might support a point of view with comparative statistics, a visual aid that has to be explained, an example that includes expert testimony, and so on. Tests, experiments, studies, surveys, polls, programs, and investigations often involve a combination of supporting devices.
  10. 10. Written materials Interviewing
  11. 11.  Use note cards that are unifom  Record the exact source of your information  Keep notes brief  Be accurate  Indicate the subjectb of each your note card  Take an ample number of notes

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