By Steven A. Beebe
Offers an audience-centered method of public speaking
A Concise Public conversing instruction manual integrates the stairs of getting ready and offering a speech with the continuing means of contemplating the viewers. The finished assurance of key public conversing themes and abilities makes this name a terrific center textual content for public conversing classes and its comparatively cheap makes it reasonable as a complement for any direction or surroundings that calls for public conversing.
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R hetorical strategies are methods and techniques that speakers employ to achieve their speaking goals. Speakers sometimes use unethical rhetorical strategies to achieve their goals, such as misusing evidence, relying too heavily on emotion to persuade, or fabricating information. 7 The more clearly you can identify and analyze the speaker’s methods, the more effectively you can assess whether the message and the messenger are worthy of your support. Give Feedback to Others When you have an opportunity to critique a speech, follow these guidelines to give feedback.
Attend to, or focus on, the message. Understand, or assign meaning to the message. Remember ideas and information. Respond, or react with behavior that demonstrates you listened to the message. Listening barriers are created when you fail to perform any of these activities effectively. 1 35 36 Part 2 Analyzing an Audience As a public speaker, you can keep your audience from tuning out by: ❯ delivering a message that is clear and easy to under- stand. ❯ using interesting and vivid supporting material to keep your listeners listening.
More deeply ingrained than either attitudes or beliefs, values are also more resistant to change. Analyze Attitudes toward Your Topic Knowing how members of an audience feel about your topic lets you adjust your message accordingly. Try to Chapter 6 Analyzing Your Audience 53 categorize your audience and their attitudes according to the following three dimensions. Interested-Uninterested With an interested audience, your task is simply to hold and amplify interest throughout the speech. If your audience is uninterested, you need to find ways to “hook” the members.
A Concise Public Speaking Handbook (4th Edition) by Steven A. Beebe