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Chapter 13: Informative Speaking. Informative Speeches. Expands Audience Knowledge Non-Controversial Does not try to change audience attitudes, beliefs, behaviors. Classifying Informative Speeches. Content: Objects: paintings, inventions Processes: aging; learning; tornado

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informative speeches
Informative Speeches
  • Expands Audience Knowledge
  • Non-Controversial
  • Does not try to change audience attitudes, beliefs, behaviors
classifying informative speeches

Classifying Informative Speeches

  • Content:
    • Objects: paintings, inventions
    • Processes: aging; learning; tornado
    • Events: 9/11; Christmas
    • Concepts: beliefs, theories, ideas, principles
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Purpose:
    • Description:
      • person, place, thing: Shakespeare, Vegas, Painting
      • Divide into components of what you are describing
      • Create a word picture
    • Explanation:
      • clarify already known ideas and concepts
      • Why something happens?
    • Instructions:
      • Teach something
      • How to? Or demonstration
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One
  • Create a specific informative purpose
    • One general idea
    • Stresses audience knowledge and/or ability
    • Can be measured
  • After listening to my speech, the audience will be able to list the four reasons teenagers are more risky drivers.
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Two
  • Create information hunger
    • Make topic relevant to audience
    • Tell audience how it can meet needs
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Three
  • Make it Easy to Listen
    • Limit amount of information
      • Overload
      • 3-5 main points; develop fully
    • Use familiar to increase understanding of unfamiliar
      • Analogy
      • Twin to twin transfusion
    • Use simple (basic) to build up to complex
      • Inherited genes > stem cell research
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Four
  • Emphasize important points
    • Repetition
    • Signposts:

This Is Important

REMEMBER

LISTEN

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Five
  • Use clear organization and structure
    • Introduction
      • Gain attention
      • Create a connection with audience
      • Thesis: central idea
      • Preview main points
    • Body:
      • 3-5 main points
      • Use transitions, internal summaries
      • Use logical organizational pattern
    • Conclusion
      • Brakelight
      • Review 3-5 main points
      • End with a clincher
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Six
  • Use supporting material effectively
  • Visual aids
    • (CVS: clarity, visibility, simplicity)
    • Consider revelation
  • Vocal Citations (cite before data)
    • Name of source (journal, magazine, website, book)
    • Date of publication
    • Author or person quoted in source
  • Support devices:
    • Examples, definitions, analogies, compare/contrast
    • Quotes, anecdotes, statistics, narration
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Seven
  • Use Clear, Simple, but Vivid Language
  • Blue
    • Aqua
    • Azure
    • Navy
    • Sapphire
  • Walked
    • Skipped
    • Paced
    • strolled
  • Said
    • Yelled
    • Mumbled
    • Whispered
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Eight
  • Generate Audience Involvement
    • Vocal delivery
    • Personalize your speech:
      • include your personality humor; storytelling
    • Audience participation
    • Volunteers
    • Question and Answer Period
remember these steps

Remember These Steps!

If you follow all EIGHT

Your speech will be GREAT

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