This is a 4-6 minute presentation. You will show the audience how to do something. In other words, this is a “how to” speech where you demonstrate how to make, change, build, repair, cook, or in some way create something. Importantly, this speech requires a visual aid and at least one academic source. Requirements for this speech include:
A clear introduction, body, and conclusion
A concise thesis
Labels in the body of the speech that correspond to the main points posted in the introduction
A keyed-off conclusion that summarizes the main points, restates the thesis, and refers back to the attention-getter
A typed full sentence outline submitted to Canvas prior to the speaking date
The outline must contain one source that is referenced according to APA style in the Works Cited section.
This source must be cited in the correct parenthetical method for APA in the text of the outline.
This source must be attributed by its most important characteristic in the presentation.
The speech must have a visual aid
You should have speaker notes that do not interfere with the message
Be sure to look at the example of an How to/Demonstration speech in the File section of Canvas.
i want to choose how to change, i am international student , i caome form china, i want to say how to change for me
When messages get replaced by facial expressions, this is called confliction.
Posturing is an example of something identified in the study of:
Understanding your listeners and preparing to deliver a speech that will be of high interest to them is called _____________.
To say that “You can learn about the mob life by watching a Joe Pesci movie” is an example of:
A common misperception of public speaking is that the audience will only take you seriously if you’re serious.
Broadcast speech is typically written in _________ tense.
We tend to associate people that have positive characteristics with:
Positive vocal image.
Strong interpersonal skills.
Articulation and strong etiquette.
Negative vocal image.
Two techniques of epideictic speech are:
Prop utilization and gesturing.
Identification and magnification.
Motivation and inspiration.
Repetition and complexity.
The purpose of specialized speech is to inform to a professional audience.