Chapter 16: Informative Speeches Six Cs of Informative Speaking: 1. Be Clear- define important words or phrases, keep big terms to a minimum, make comparisons 2. Be Concise- don’t be repetitive, get to the point, don’t be too wordy 3. Be Complete- raise certain expectations and satisfy them 4. Be Correct- have accurate information!!! 5. Be Concrete- focus on the immediate and the actual; give concrete examples to Help listeners understand. 6. Connect- analyze the people who will be in your audience; see from others’ point Of views. Where Can I Look For Speech Topics? *Personal Experience- use personal knowledge!!! *Observations-look in your immediate environment! *Do a Survey- consider your audience’s opinions and points of view! What Could Be a Good Visual Aid? *Handouts *Poster *Pictures Things to Remember for Visual Aids: -Be sure it is large enough to be seen -If you are using print outs, mount them to something! -Don’t stand in front of the aid -Talk to your listeners, not the visual aid -Keep any visual aid out of sight until you are ready to use it, then put it away again when you have finished -PRACTICE with it!
Pages to are hidden for
"Chapter 16 Informative Speeches"Please download to view full document