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Delivery. Chapter 13 Lecture/Recap. The Art of Delivery. Conveying ideas w/o causing distractions Formality + attributes of conversation (directness, spontaneity, animation, expressiveness) Experience  improvements

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delivery

Delivery

Chapter 13 Lecture/Recap

the art of delivery
The Art of Delivery
  • Conveying ideas w/o causing distractions
  • Formality + attributes of conversation (directness, spontaneity, animation, expressiveness)
  • Experience  improvements
  • Start with basics (Speech 1) and work on polishing your delivery (Speeches 2, 3, Group project)
methods of delivery
Methods of Delivery
  • Impromptu –on the spot; little to no preparation
  • Scripted –word-for-word; manuscript
  • Memorized –word-for-word; delivered from memory
  • Extemporaneous –prepared and delivered with notes; conversation quality
the speaker s voice
The Speaker’s Voice
  • Volume – loudness/softness; adjust to the room
  • Pitch – highness/lowness; inflections
  • Rate – speed
  • Pauses – break; use strategically, avoid vocalized pauses (um, uh)
  • Vocal variety – using these different elements (strategically)
the speaker s voice1
The Speaker’s Voice
  • Pronunciation

Genuinegen-u-winegen-u-win

Arcticar-tic arc-tic

  • Articulation

Ought to ottadon’t know dunno

Want to wannahave to hafta

  • Dialect – based on region or ethnic speech patterns; includes accent, grammar, vocab
the speaker s body
The Speaker’s Body
  • Kinesics: study of body movement
  • Personal Appearance – fits occasion; creates an impression
  • Movement – purposeful; avoid distractions
  • Gestures – purposeful; avoid distractions
  • Eye Contact – 80-90% of speech; also consider how you look at them; 3 person trick
    • Don’t just look at Dr. G
practice
PRACTICE!!!
  • Practice with your notecards and visual aid
  • Give a full delivery
  • Practice in front of a mirror or friends/family
  • Time yourself
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Q&A
  • Create/Brainstorm possible questions
  • Practice responses
  • Listen carefully; ask for clarification, if necessary
  • Answer with positive attitude
  • Do not focus on one person when answering
  • Do not ramble; answer the question and move on
  • Avoid one word responses
  • No Q&A for Speech 1; will announce for future speeches
delivery fits the speech
Delivery  Fits the Speech
  • How did these individuals do?
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zuH-ZMrlie0&feature=related
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8sSfbQk7DxE&feature=related
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDOqGsEDgQA
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0AgsUejIzg&feature=related
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImDHOWa7t2A
reminders
Reminders
  • Visual aids required (an object)
  • Bring outline on day of presentation
  • Bring critique sheets
  • Time requirements
practicing with objects
Practicing with Objects
  • What will you use?
  • Why?
  • Appropriate?
  • How will you use it?
  • Can the audience see it?
  • Do not
    • Talk to your aid
    • Pass the aid around (why?)
    • Show it to only one side of audience
speech workshop

Speech Workshop!

Stuck on an island

Practicing with Objects

Pick a (different) partner

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