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Informative Speech. A speech designed to convey knowledge and understanding. The audience expects to learn new and useful information. Guidelines for Informative Speaking. Adapt and relate to the audience. Don’t overestimate or underestimate what the audience knows.

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Informative speech
Informative Speech

A speech designed to convey knowledge and understanding.

The audience expects to learn new and useful information.


Guidelines for informative speaking
Guidelines for Informative Speaking

  • Adapt and relate to the audience.

  • Don’t overestimate or underestimate what the audience knows.

  • Use and CITE high quality sources of information.

  • Put the source citation on the PowerPoint slide (Lucas, 2004).


Use effective delivery style
Use Effective Delivery Style

  • Extemporaneous (don’t read).

  • Formal appearance (Use good posture, no headgear, no jackets, no shorts, no flip-flops)

  • Loud volume and clear voice.


Effective visual aid
Effective Visual Aid

Engages.

Informs.

Show as needed.


Effective powerpoint
Effective PowerPoint

Don’t read (use as speaking points.)

Few points per screen.

Talk as you go through the slides.

Large font.

Simple effects.

Use as notes (don’t read).


Use solid content
Use Solid Content

  • Teach us something we don’t know.

  • Use several high quality sources of information and orally cite them.

    According to an article in Science magazine. . .

    A Harvard psychologist suggested that. . .

    To quote a Chinese proverb. . .


Use a variety of support information we don t know
Use a Variety of Support--information we don’t know--

  • Story.

  • Statistics.

  • Quotation from an authority.

  • Example.

  • Question.

  • Handout with information.

  • Interactive engagement.


Organize quality content
Organize Quality Content

  • Introduction that grabs audience attention and builds your credibility.

  • Bodywith 2-5 main points, which are supported with information we don’t know.

  • Conclusion that summarizes and makes your message memorable.


If needed
If needed. . .

  • Turn in revised outline and planning documents at the time of your speech.


Is this an informative speech what do you like about this speech
Is this an informative speech?What do you like about this speech?

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Reference list at end of powerpoint
Reference List at End of PowerPoint

Lucas, S. E.  (2004).  The art of public speaking.  (8th ed.)  Boston, MA:  McGraw-Hill.

Visuals from Microsoft Office.


Thank you for you attention
Thank you for you attention.

  • For more information on this topic go to this website: http://sites.actx.edu/~gibson_j/1315%20a_sample_informative_speech_outl.htm


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