Public Speaking class. You did one like this last week for chapters 3 & 4. I am attaching the PPT that covers chapters 5 & 6 and the chapter summary you did last week.
Given that this is course is taught exclusively on line, you need to read and understand material that is presented.
Please read Chapters 5 & 6 as indicated on the syllabus and then submit the five most important items found in each chapter. Large essays are not necessary; responses should contain enough content for the instructor to know comprehension of material is achieved.
Essays are not expected. Robust bullet points are acceptable. Please be thoughtful as you craft your bullet points in your own words
Technical or Demonstration Speaking
What is it?
The speaker shows the audience how to do or make something.
Topics should include something that the speaker thinks the audience would find useful, essential, or just fun.
How to plan a party
How to perform CPR
How to dance the salsa
Begin by grabbing the audience’s attention with a hook
Next, deliver a thesis that gives relevance to the topic
Provide the audience with a list of materials needed
Present the task in chronological order
Finally, give the audience tools needed to obtain the same repeatable results at home. (this could be a recipe, a website, etc.)
It’s important to provide the audience with visual aids during this speech.
Make sure that what you are demonstrating is visible t