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Informative Speaking Chapter 15 Informative speech: communicates knowledge and understanding about a process, an event, a person or place, an object,

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2 Informative Speaking Chapter 15 Informative speech: communicates knowledge and understanding about a process, an event, a person or place, an object, or a concept.

3 Informative Speaking Chapter 15 The speaker has expertise or knowledge Illustrate the importance and relevance of a topic Creating an Informative Speaking Environment

4 Informative Speaking Chapter 15 Speeches about processes Speeches about events Speeches about places and people Speeches about objects Speeches about concepts Types of Informative Speeches

5 Informative Speaking Chapter 15 Speeches about processes: describe how something is done, how something comes to be, or how something works.

6 Informative Speaking Chapter 15 AKA: “how to” speeches, or demonstration speeches.

7 Informative Speaking Chapter 15 Speeches about events: describe or explain significant, interesting, or unusual occurrences.

8 Informative Speaking Chapter 15 Speeches About Events What happened? Why did it happen? What was the effect? Mini history lessons about key moments

9 Informative Speaking Chapter 15 Speeches about places and people: describe significant, interesting, or unusual places or people.

10 Informative Speaking Chapter 15 Speeches about objects: describe or explain anything that is tangible, that can be perceived by the senses.

11 Informative Speaking Chapter 15 Speeches about concepts: describe or explain an abstraction, such as ideas, theories, principles, world views, beliefs.

12 Informative Speaking Chapter 15 Understand the concept Its history Its characteristics Its effect on society or individuals Goals of Speeches about Concepts

13 Informative Speaking Chapter 15 Chronological: main points are organized to trace a sequence of events or ideas over time. Spatial: main points are organized to address topics according to location or direction. Organizational Patterns for Informative Speeches

14 Informative Speaking Chapter 15 Causal: main points are organized to describe a cause and effect relationship. Topical: main points are organized to describe different aspects of a topic. Organizational Patterns for Informative Speeches

15 Informative Speaking Chapter 15 Bring topics to life Tailor your information to your audience Use language that is clear and unbiased Tips for Giving Effective Informative Speeches

16 Informative Speaking Chapter 15 Ethical Informative Speaking Conduct careful research Present an unbiased perspective Present information honestly

17 Informative Speaking Chapter 15 “The Rare Phobia”“The Rare Phobia” (Bekah Diehl) A Good Example “Night Terrors“Night Terrors” (use of visual aid)

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