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Planning Public Speaking. Remember: Public speaking is like an enlarged conversation: Have something to say!. Communication Apprehension is normal and can even be helpful. Presentational Styles. Impromptu Speaking: Little preparation Extemporaneous Speaking: Preparation and practice

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Planning Public Speaking

Remember: Public speaking is like an enlarged conversation: Have something to say!

Communication Apprehension is normal and can even be helpful

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Presentational Styles

Impromptu Speaking: Little preparation

Extemporaneous Speaking: Preparation and practice

Manuscript Speaking: Read from script

Memorized Speaking: Without notes

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The best way to overcome communication apprehension is to RESEARCH, PLAN and PRACTICE!!!

1. Choose a topic that interests you.

2. Know your goal: to persuade, inform, or entertain.

3. Your topic can be summarized by a single clear thesis statement.

4. Know your audience.

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Thesis Statement v. Purpose Statement

Thesis statement: what your speech is about; the main idea.

Purpose statement: what you want your speech to accomplish (what you want the audience to walk away with from your speech

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Research: Sources

1. Personal Knowledge

2. Interviews

3. Media (books, magazines, on- line, etc. Often done in a library.

4. Original research (such as surveys

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Research: Evidence

1. Statistics

2. Examples

3. Comparisons: similes (direct) and analogies (indirect)

4. Quotations: credibility comes from appropriate identification

5. Visual Aids: Simple and Large

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Organization and Presentation

TRANSITIONS

Introduction (gain attention, provide the purpose, preview the content

Body (Major claims and evidence)

Conclusion (Restate the major points, offer a memorable final though and provide a strong sense of closure

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Speech Writing Style

You are writing for the ear

and not the eye

Informal

Personal

Immediate/Active

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What Do You Need To Write

Full Outline

Headings for each section

Subpoints

References to evidence

Exact transcriptions of anything hat will be used verbatim

*Key Word Outline*for COM 114 Speeches

Headings

Subheadings

Key phrases and/or words

Use 4 x 6 Index Cards with one heading per card (Number them!)

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