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An Overview of Public Speaking From: Pocket Guide to Public Speaking by William S. Pfeiffer. By: Alden Daniel and Danica Thomas. The Importance of Public Communication Training . Alleviate fears Build confidence Hone i ndividualistic style Develop ability to think on your feet

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An overview of public speaking from pocket guide to public speaking by william s pfeiffer

An Overview of Public SpeakingFrom: Pocket Guide to Public Speakingby William S. Pfeiffer

By: Alden Daniel and Danica Thomas


The importance of public communication training

The Importance of Public Communication Training

  • Alleviate fears

  • Build confidence

  • Hone individualistic style

  • Develop ability to think on your feet

  • Generate an original message

  • Adapt presentations to particular audiences


Prepare practice perform

Prepare, Practice, Perform…

  • Modeling your speech

    • SLMR

  • Speech types

    • Delivery

    • Purpose

  • Elements

    • Research

    • Organization

    • Text

    • Graphics

    • Delivery


The slmr model

The SLMR Model

Message

Listener

Speaker

Response

  • Speaker

    • Control over context

  • Listener

    • “The Boss”

  • Message

    • Goes two ways

    • Content, Form

  • Response

    • Nonverbal, questions


Delivery method

Delivery Method

  • Verbatim

    • Reading a speech

  • Memorized

    • Verbatim without notes!

  • Extemporaneous

    • Your mind stays active and responsive

  • Impromptu

    • On-the-spot delivery


Speech purpose

Speech Purpose

  • Informative

    • Describes

  • Persuasive

  • Occasional

    • Engages


Elements of a speech

Elements of a Speech

  • Research

  • Organization

  • Text

  • Graphics

  • Delivery


Effective communication is vital

Effective Communication is Vital

  • Importance of Listener Feedback

  • Listeners form an immediate impression

  • Inform, Persuade, Entertain

  • Preparedness is key

  • The rest is in YOUR hands!


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