SP180 Principles of Public Speaking
in planning a speech, addressing the question of Why refers to:
knowing your audience.
subject or topic.
purpose of the speech
When deciding on the topic, it is important to consider:
your audience and which topic would interest them.
a topic that is new to you.
a topic that would be humorous.
something that is easy to write.
Which of the following is NOT your audience?
Receivers of the communication
People you are speaking to
supplementary speech materials could be:
all of the above
which one is NOT considered a visual aid?
The conclusion of the speech should serve to:
explain main idea.
orient audience to speech
Organizing a speech means to:
research the materials.
presenting a speech in a logical manner.
selecting words to use.
adapt the speech to audience.
Demographics is important to know your:
location of speaking event.
When your speech adds to your listeners’ knowledge, it is meant to:
It is very important to practice your speech:
when you are a new speaker.
only when you are not familiar with the topic.
only when you are not familiar with your audience.
as often as necessary to get it right