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Speaking To Inform & Appendix B. HCOM 100 Instructor Name. Speaking to Inform PREVIEW. Types of informative Presentations Strategies for Making Your Informative Presentation Clear Interesting Memorable. Speaking to inform.

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speaking to inform appendix b

Speaking To Inform&Appendix B

HCOM 100

Instructor Name

speaking to inform preview
Speaking to Inform PREVIEW
  • Types of informative Presentations
  • Strategies for Making Your Informative Presentation
          • Clear
          • Interesting
          • Memorable
speaking to inform
Speaking to inform
  • The purpose of a message to inform is to share information with others to enhance their knowledge or understanding of the information
  • When you inform someone, you assume the role of teacher by defining, illustrating, clarifying, or elaborating on the topic.
types of informative presentations
Types of Informative Presentations
  • About Objects
  • About Procedures
  • About People
  • About Events
  • About Ideas
strategies for making your informative presentation clear
Strategies for Making Your Informative Presentation Clear
  • A message is clear when it is understood by the listener in the way the speaker intended.
    • Be aware of what you intend to communicate
    • Select appropriate words that are reinforced with appropriate nonverbal cues
    • Adapt your message to your audience
strategies for making your informative presentation clear6
Strategies for Making Your Informative Presentation Clear
  • Simplify Ideas
  • Pace your Information Flow
  • Relate New Information to Old
    • analogy
strategies for making your informative presentation interesting
Strategies for Making Your Informative Presentation Interesting
  • Relate to your Listeners’ Interests
  • Use Attention-Catching Supporting Material
  • Establish a Motive for Your Audience to Listen to You
  • Use Word Pictures
  • Create Interesting Presentation Aids
  • Use Humor
strategies for making your informative presentation memorable
Strategies for Making Your Informative Presentation Memorable
  • Build in Redundancy
  • Use Adult Learning Principles
  • Reinforce Key Ideas Verbally
  • Reinforce Key Ideas Nonverbally
strategies for making your informative presentation memorable9
Strategies for Making Your Informative Presentation Memorable
  • Adult Learner Preferences
    • To be given information they can use immediately
    • To be actively involved in the learning process
    • To connect their life experiences with the new information they learn
    • To know how the new information is relevant to their busy lives
    • To receive information that is relevant to their needs
strategies for informative presentations
Strategies for Informative Presentations
  • RECAP
    • Make your message clear
    • Make your message interesting
    • Make your message memorable
appendix b sample speech
Appendix B – Sample Speech
  • Informative Example:
    • The Helinx Process
the helinx process example informational speech
Intro

Attention Getter

Preview of all main points

Transition

Body

Need/Problem

Point One

Evidence

Point Two

Evidence

Transition

Refutation

Solution

Point One

Evidence

Conclusion

Restate Attention-getter

Review of main points

Call to action

The Helinx ProcessExample Informational Speech
what questions do you have
What questions do you have?

Homework:

1.) Reading?

2.) Turn in assignments?