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Chapter 14 Objectives. Recognize the goals of informative presentations Identify topics appropriate for informative speaking Provide examples of immediate behavioral purposes for an informative presentation. Chapter 14 Objectives.

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Chapter 14 objectives
Chapter 14 Objectives

  • Recognize the goals of informative presentations

  • Identify topics appropriate for informative speaking

  • Provide examples of immediate behavioral purposes for an informative presentation


Chapter 14 objectives1
Chapter 14 Objectives

  • Define concepts related to informative speaking such as information hunger, information relevance, extrinsic motivation, informative content, and information overload

  • Use the skills of defining, describing, explaining, narrating, and demonstrating in an informative presentation


How do you prepare an informative presentation
How Do You Prepare an Informative Presentation?

  • What is your goal?

    • To increase your audience’s knowledge or understanding of a topic


How do you prepare an informative presentation1
How Do You Prepare an Informative Presentation?

  • What is your goal?

  • What topics are appropriate?

    • How to do something

    • What something is

    • How something happens


How do you prepare an informative presentation2
How Do You Prepare an Informative Presentation?

  • What is your goal?

  • What topics are appropriate?

  • What is your purpose?

    • Behavioral purpose

      • The actions you expect from your audience

      • Describe, distinguish, compare, define, state, show


How do you effectively present information to an audience
How Do You Effectively Present Information to an Audience?

  • Create information hunger

    • Create a need for information in the audience

    • Use rhetorical questions

    • Arouse curiosity


How do you effectively present information to an audience1
How Do You Effectively Present Information to an Audience?

  • Create information hunger

  • Demonstrate information relevance

    • The importance, novelty, and usefulness of the information to the audience


How do you effectively present information to an audience2
How Do You Effectively Present Information to an Audience?

  • Create information hunger

  • Demonstrate information relevance

  • Reveal extrinsic motivation

    • Give the audience reasons outside the speech for listening


How do you effectively present information to an audience3
How Do You Effectively Present Information to an Audience?

  • Create information hunger

  • Demonstrate information relevance

  • Reveal extrinsic motivation

  • Design informative content

    • Use main points, subpoints, illustrations and examples to clarify and inform


How do you effectively present information to an audience4
How Do You Effectively Present Information to an Audience?

  • Create information hunger

  • Demonstrate information relevance

  • Reveal extrinsic motivation

  • Design informative content

  • Avoid information overload

    • Quantity and complexity


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How Do You Effectively Present Information to an Audience?

  • Create Information Hunger

  • Demonstrate Information Relevance

  • Reveal Extrinsic Motivation

  • Design Informative Content

  • Avoid Information Overload

  • Organize Content

    • Forecast, use transitions and signposts, use repetition, summarize and conclude


Skills for informative speaking
Skills for Informative Speaking

  • Defining

    • Comparison and contrast

    • Synonyms and antonyms

    • Operational definition


Skills for informative speaking1
Skills for Informative Speaking

  • Defining

  • Describing

    • Distinguishing between abstract and concrete words

    • Using colorful imagery


Skills for informative speaking2
Skills for Informative Speaking

  • Defining

  • Describing

  • Explaining

    • Simplifying or clarifying an idea while arousing audience interest


Skills for informative speaking3
Skills for Informative Speaking

  • Defining

  • Describing

  • Explaining

  • Narrating

    • The oral presentation and interpretation of a story, a description, or an event


Skills for informative speaking4
Skills for Informative Speaking

  • Defining

  • Describing

  • Explaining

  • Narrating

  • Demonstrating

    • Showing the audience what you are explaining