Communications 1000 - CH 14
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What are the specific purposes for speaking?
- 1. Speeches to entertain
- 2. Narrative speaking
- 3. Speeches to inform
- 4. speaches to persuade
What is speeches to entertain?
speeches that have the goal of amusing, pleasing or engaging listeners
what is informational speech?
it is a speech that has the goal of increasing listeners understanding and/or knowledge of the topic
What are narrative speeches?
speeches with the primary goal of sharing experiences, building community, passing on history, or teaching a lesson.
What are speeches to persuade?
they are speeches with the goal of changing listeners attitudes, beliefs, or behaviors.
What is a thesis statement?
A sentence that captures the main idea of a speech.
What is a demographic analysis?
It is the general characteristics of listeners and identifies ones that are common among listeners.
What is situational audience analysis?
a focus on information about listeneres that relates directly to the planned topic and purpose for speaking.
Effective speakers develop their speeches with attention to their specific listener's orientation:
~knowledge and attitude toward the topic
~credibility toward the speaker.
~towards the speaking occations to determine tyep and length of speech.
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