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Audience-Centered Presentation: A.I.M.

This acronym can help you remember the elements of an audience-centered presentation. It stands for: analyze the audience, intent of the message and make the message stick.

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Elements of Audience-Centered Presentations: Analyzing Your Audience

You draw on this aspect of audience-centered presentations when you research your audience before giving a speech. You may look up information about them.

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Elements of Audience-Centered Presentations: Making the Message Stick

Focus on this aspect of audience-centered presentations by ensuring the audience retains the speech. You can do this through videos, humor, carefully chosen key points and audience involvement.

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Elements of Audience-Centered Presentations: Knowing the Intent of the Message

This aspect of an audience-centered presentation focuses on the presentation's purpose and objectives.

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Audience-Centered Presentation

A presentation designed to meet the needs of the audience. To give this type of speech, you must research the needs, characteristics, motivations and demographics of your audience.

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Speech Purpose: Entertaining

The kind of speech most commonly used to increase audience enjoyment.

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Speech Purpose: Persuasive

A type of speech given when you want to inspire an audience to take action of some sort.

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Speech Purpose: Informative

Use this kind of speech to deliver some type of information to your audience.

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Speech Problems: Disagreeable Audience

When you have this kind of audience, you must carefully consider what you say, so you don't offend them.

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Speech Purpose: Special Occasion

These speeches are generally given during an important event or for an important person. A eulogy or wedding toast could be examples.

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Speech Style: Storyteller

The speech style used frequently to inspire people. It involves speaking about something that is relevant, like a personal experience, but not absolutely truthful.

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Speech Style: Humorous

Speakers with this style are likely to utilize jokes to interest their audience. They frequently make people laugh.

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Speech Style: Content-Rich

This speech style is used by speakers who stick to the facts and provide a lot of information.

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Speech Style

The way a speaker conveys information to an audience during a speech. This can contribute to how well the audience pays attention.

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Flashcard Content Overview

You can work with the flashcards in this set to review audience-centered presentations and their elements, including:

  • Analyzing the audience
  • Understanding the intent of the message
  • Making the message stick

You'll also be able to look at different styles of speeches, such as:

  • Humorous
  • Content-rich
  • Storytelling

The steps to developing a successful business presentation are also covered by these flashcards. Furthermore, you'll be able to go over a number of strategies for handling public speaking anxiety.

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Speech Style

The way a speaker conveys information to an audience during a speech. This can contribute to how well the audience pays attention.

Speech Style: Content-Rich

This speech style is used by speakers who stick to the facts and provide a lot of information.

Speech Style: Humorous

Speakers with this style are likely to utilize jokes to interest their audience. They frequently make people laugh.

Speech Style: Storyteller

The speech style used frequently to inspire people. It involves speaking about something that is relevant, like a personal experience, but not absolutely truthful.

Speech Purpose: Special Occasion

These speeches are generally given during an important event or for an important person. A eulogy or wedding toast could be examples.

Speech Problems: Disagreeable Audience

When you have this kind of audience, you must carefully consider what you say, so you don't offend them.

Speech Purpose: Informative

Use this kind of speech to deliver some type of information to your audience.

Speech Purpose: Persuasive

A type of speech given when you want to inspire an audience to take action of some sort.

Speech Purpose: Entertaining

The kind of speech most commonly used to increase audience enjoyment.

Audience-Centered Presentation

A presentation designed to meet the needs of the audience. To give this type of speech, you must research the needs, characteristics, motivations and demographics of your audience.

Elements of Audience-Centered Presentations: Knowing the Intent of the Message

This aspect of an audience-centered presentation focuses on the presentation's purpose and objectives.

Elements of Audience-Centered Presentations: Making the Message Stick

Focus on this aspect of audience-centered presentations by ensuring the audience retains the speech. You can do this through videos, humor, carefully chosen key points and audience involvement.

Elements of Audience-Centered Presentations: Analyzing Your Audience

You draw on this aspect of audience-centered presentations when you research your audience before giving a speech. You may look up information about them.

Audience-Centered Presentation: A.I.M.

This acronym can help you remember the elements of an audience-centered presentation. It stands for: analyze the audience, intent of the message and make the message stick.

Developing Effective Business Presentations: Strategies

Pick media that suits your audience

Make use of visual aids

Craft your presentation for the audience

Developing Effective Business Presentations: Visual Aids

These tools provide images that connect to what you're saying. This can help audiences better connect with your subject. Examples include PowerPoint, Prezi, Smart Board, and overhead projectors.

Developing Effective Business Presentations: Clear Objective

This represents the topic for your presentation. The more specific this is, the more you can focus directly on your audience.

Developing Effective Business Presentations: Audience Research

This allows you to match your presentation to your audience. It can involve asking questions about the audience's values or culture, and considering potential audience benefits.

Public Speaking Anxiety

A type of stage fright that causes people to fear speaking in public. It can cause a fast heartbeat and sweating. It may also be called glossophobia.

Handling Public Speaking Anxiety: Preparation

You can use this strategy to manage public speaking anxiety by practicing what you're going to say and making sure you're knowledgeable.

Handling Public Speaking Anxiety: Knowledgeability

This factor can influence how high the consequences are for giving your speech. If you know much more about a topic than your audience, you tend to be less nervous.

Handling Public Speaking Anxiety: Adjusting Expectations

Deal with public speaking anxiety with this strategy by not expecting yourself to be perfect and realizing that small mistakes happen without being terrible.

Handling Public Speaking Anxiety: Remove Negative Self-Talk

You can deal with your public speaking anxiety in this way by focusing on positive thoughts and trying to get rid of self-doubt.

Handling Public Speaking Anxiety: Look for Pleasant Faces

Handle your anxiety about public speaking in this way by trying to find people who look friendly, or familiar in the crowd.

Handling Public Speaking Anxiety: Breathe Between the Lines

Accomplish this method of negating public speaking anxiety by pausing at punctuation, breathing when you need to and maintaining a breathing rhythm.

Handling Public Speaking Anxiety: Practice

This strategy for dealing with anxiety about public speaking involves running through the speech multiple times before you give it, often in front of a group.

Handling Public Speaking Anxiety: Visualize Success

This method of diminishing public speaking anxiety focuses on picturing yourself doing well and giving a great speech.

Preparing for a Speech: Knowing the Audience

You can prepare for a speech in this way by researching what your audience will already know about your topic and determining how they feel about the subject.

Visual Learning

A type of learning that is focused on using images to convey information.

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