4 edition of Speaking to an audience found in the catalog.
Speaking to an audience
J. Jerome Zolten
|Statement||J. Jerome Zolten and Gerald M. Phillips.|
|Contributions||Phillips, Gerald M.|
|LC Classifications||PN4121 .Z6 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 356 p. :|
|Number of Pages||356|
|LC Control Number||94233233|
Holistic patterns, instead of directly and explicitly presenting key ideas, use examples and stories to convey the main idea and leave it to the audience to interpret the message encoded in . Definitional speeches provide the meaning of an idea to the audience. Definitional speeches are helpful to clarify or simplify concepts, theories, or ideas that an audience may be otherwise unfamiliar. For example, one of our authors has the tattoo “advocate feminism.” “What does that mean?” she’s often asked.
Public speaking is a process, an act and an art of making a speech before an audience. Absolutely everyone from the age of 10 to 90 has found themselves in situations where they have had to speak . How is public speaking like other forms of communication such as conversation? a. Its emphasis is only on content of the message. b. It requires a sensitivity to your audience and dependence on feedback. c. Its success is not related to nonverbal communication. d. It demands an agenda or plan rather than letting the subjects flow.
Overall, the organization/flow of book is good. It is good that audience analysis and listening comes before the construction of the speech and helps emphasize that public speaking is audience centered. Two suggestions for improvement. First, speech anxiety is only discussed on five pages in Chapter 1. Speaking in public to an attentive audience is anathema to many and a drug to others. This includes after-dinner speeches, business presentations and impromptu talking with a group of people. With practice and knowledge, you can make public speaking fun -- both for you and for your audience.
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Competence in speaking requires you recognize that speaking is transactional—that is, the speaker is both a sender and receiver of messages, which must be encoded in and decoded from channels. In all speaking transactions we seek feedback, which may be affected by noise or interference, and all transactions occur within a specific context.
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