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Chapter 23. Using Narrative. The role of the narrative. Create images that connect with listeners Narratives evoke emotions Narratives instruct and inspire Narratives entertain Narratives put a human face on a general concept Narratives benefit the speaker. Composing the narrative.

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chapter 23

Chapter 23

Using Narrative

the role of the narrative
The role of the narrative
  • Create images that connect with listeners
  • Narratives evoke emotions
  • Narratives instruct and inspire
  • Narratives entertain
  • Narratives put a human face on a general concept
  • Narratives benefit the speaker
composing the narrative
Composing the narrative
  • Components of the narrative; character, action, and scene
  • Narrative structure; setup, conflict, climax, and resolution
  • True or hypothetical
  • Urban legends
incorporating the narrative
Incorporating the Narrative
  • Narrative as an opening or closing device
  • Narrative as supporting point
  • Narrative as emotional proof
  • Narrative as structure
informative speaking chapter 27

Informative SpeakingChapter 27

Speaking to enhance knowledge of others

five types
Five types
  • First- object
people
People
  • Celebrities
  • Historically important figures
  • Leaders, artists, inventors, pioneers, builders, etc.
  • Need not be well known
process
Process
  • Describes a series of actions or events like;
  • How solar panels work
  • How to prepare for a marathon
  • How to hit a golf ball
  • How wildfires are fought
  • How contestants are chosen for reality shows
speaking about an event
Speaking about an event
  • Enlightens the audience about anything that has happened
  • May happen
  • Or will happen;
  • 9/11
  • Woodstock
  • Big Bang
  • 2012 Olympics
speaking about a concept
Speaking about a concept
  • Theories, ideas, impressions, attitudes, beliefs, and values. Aspects of life we cannot touch.
  • Color blindness
  • Utopia
  • Hostile takeover
  • Proxemics- Personal territory
strategies to help listeners learn
Strategies to help listeners learn
  • Make it relevant
  • Less can be more
  • Organize your ideas for maximum engagement and focus (chap. 12, p. 199)
  • Explain, do not assume
  • Elaborate
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