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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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    1. An Overview of Public SpeakingFrom: Pocket Guide to Public Speakingby William S. Pfeiffer By: Alden Daniel and Danica Thomas

    2. 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

    3. Prepare, Practice, Perform… • Modeling your speech • SLMR • Speech types • Delivery • Purpose • Elements • Research • Organization • Text • Graphics • Delivery

    4. The SLMR Model Message Listener Speaker Response • Speaker • Control over context • Listener • “The Boss” • Message • Goes two ways • Content, Form • Response • Nonverbal, questions

    5. Delivery Method • Verbatim • Reading a speech • Memorized • Verbatim without notes! • Extemporaneous • Your mind stays active and responsive • Impromptu • On-the-spot delivery

    6. Speech Purpose • Informative • Describes • Persuasive • Occasional • Engages

    7. Elements of a Speech • Research • Organization • Text • Graphics • Delivery

    8. 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!