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Public Communication Introduction to Public Speaking
Public speaking is… A form of communication in which a person talks face-to-face to a relatively large audience, speaking in a fairly continuous manner.
Deciding on a topic & a purpose… Topic should be… Significant Timely interesting
Purpose… The type of speech you give determines your purpose…
To Inform… Purpose… Tell Explain Describe Clarify Define Demonstrate Concept Process Event
To Persuade… Strengthen Change Influence Confirm Attitudes Beliefs actions
To Promote Social Cohesion… Promote a feeling of cohesion Unity community
3 main purposes of public speaking… Inform Persuade Promote Social Cohesion Choose and focus on main purpose… All 3 purposes may overlap…
Preparing and Presenting… Choose a topic Define the purpose Narrow the topic Write a statement of thesis (What you want your audience to learn or believe when you are finished speaking.)
Expository Writing Is meant to INFORM the reader Purposes of Expository Writing 1. TELL what happened when… 2. WRITE A REPORT on… 3. EXPLAIN how to… 4.
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