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Public Speaking Chapter 6-7

by: Sarah Dykstra

Public Speaking Chapter 6-7 ENGL 211C

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Date Created: 02/03/16
January 28, 2016 Public Speaking Chapter 6 & 7  Being Audience Centered o What does it mean? o Why is it important to be audience Centered?  You can relate to them better  What Do you need to know? (Pg 50) o Demographic Audience Analysis  Age   Sex o Psychological Audience Analysis (pg 52)  Topic  Speaker  Attitude  Easiest to change between Attitude, Beliefs and values  Beliefs  Values  Hardest thing to change/ persuade between Attitude,  Beliefs and values o Situational Audience Analysis (pg 54)  Time  Make sure to not put audience to sleep especially  early in morning and late at night  How long are you allowed to sleep?  Location   Small or large room?  Size  5 people 20, 500   Occasion (why)  Chart on pg 55  Gathering Info (pg 55­56) or  48 o Informal   Observation  Casual Interaction/ Conversation o Formal  Interviews   Focus Groups  Like an interview but with more people  Questionnaires/ Surveys  Adapting to Audience (CHAPTER 7) o Before: Remember Fig  Facial expression   No large movements o During:   Attention to NVs: (EC, FE, Mvmt)  Facial expression   No large movements  Getting an audience to reconnect?  If audience is bored, tell a story  Share something they can relate too  But make sure its ethical  Invite the audience to participate and ask  questions  If they’re confused be redundant   If they’re disagreeing provide data and evidence   See pg 60­63


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