Public Speaking Chapter 6-7
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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