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What are the 8 demographic traits of an audience?
Age
Gender
Sexual orientation
religion
group membership
racial
ethnic
cultural
Name the 6 guidelines for preparing visual aids
Prepare visual aids in advance
keep visual aids simple
make sure visual aids are large enough
use fonts that are easy to read
use a limited number of fonts
use color effectively
What are the 11 kinds of visual aids you might use in a speech
objects
models
transparencies
video
photographs
charts
graphs
the speaker
multimedia presentations
drawings
What are the 6 ways to reinforce the central idea when concluding the speech
Summarize the speech
end with a quotation
make a dramatic statement
refer to the introduction
use a combination of conclusions
make a direct appeal to your audience for action
name the 7 tips for presenting visual aids
avoid using the chalkboard
display visual aids where listners can see them
avoid passing visual aids among the audience
display visual aids only while discussing them
talk to your audience not your visual aid
explain visual clearly and concisely
practice with your visual aids
what are the three major advantages of using visual aids in your speeches
clarity
interest
retention
define the term speech
speech is the communication of ideas and feelings, by means of verbal and nonverbal symbols taking place between the speaker and the listeners
what 4 brainstorming procedures can you follow if you are having trouble choosing a topic for your speech
personal inventory
clustering
reference search
internet search
name 4 visual (nonverbal)symbols
gestures
eye contact
movement
facial expressions
what are the two general purposes of most speeches
to inform
to persuade
what 3 things do speeches about processes explain
how something is made, done, and works
what are the 5 guidelines for informative speeches
dont over estimate what the audience knows
relate the subject directly to the audience
dont be too technical
avoid abstractions
personalize your ideas
what 3 questions should the speaker keep in mind when working on his speech
to whom am i speaking
what do i want them to know,believe, and do as a result of my speech
what is the best way to compose and present my speech to achieve that aim
What are the 8 demographic traits of an audience?
Age
Gender
Sexual orientation
religion
group membership
racial
ethnic
cultural
Name the 6 guidelines for preparing visual aids
Prepare visual aids in advance
keep visual aids simple
make sure visual aids are large enough
use fonts that are easy to read
use a limited number of fonts
use color effectively
What are the 11 kinds of visual aids you might use in a speech
objects
models
transparencies
video
photographs
charts
graphs
the speaker
multimedia presentations
drawings
What are the 6 ways to reinforce the central idea when concluding the speech
Summarize the speech
end with a quotation
make a dramatic statement
refer to the introduction
use a combination of conclusions
make a direct appeal to your audience for action
name the 7 tips for presenting visual aids
avoid using the chalkboard
display visual aids where listners can see them
avoid passing visual aids among the audience
display visual aids only while discussing them
talk to your audience not your visual aid
explain visual clearly and concisely
practice with your visual aids
what are the three major advantages of using visual aids in your speeches
clarity
interest
retention
define the term speech
speech is the communication of ideas and feelings, by means of verbal and nonverbal symbols taking place between the speaker and the listeners
what 4 brainstorming procedures can you follow if you are having trouble choosing a topic for your speech
personal inventory
clustering
reference search
internet search
name 4 visual (nonverbal)symbols
gestures
eye contact
movement
facial expressions
what are the two general purposes of most speeches
to inform
to persuade
what 3 things do speeches about processes explain
how something is made, done, and works
what are the 5 guidelines for informative speeches
dont over estimate what the audience knows
relate the subject directly to the audience
dont be too technical
avoid abstractions
personalize your ideas
what 3 questions should the speaker keep in mind when working on his speech
to whom am i speaking
what do i want them to know,believe, and do as a result of my speech
what is the best way to compose and present my speech to achieve that aim