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Chapter 4.4 - Collect Supporting Materials

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Elsa Garcia

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Transcript of Chapter 4.4 - Collect Supporting Materials

The Elements of Public Speaking
Chapter 4.4 - Collect Supporting Materials
Prof. Elsa García
The Steps in Public Speaking Preparation and Delivery
Step 4:
Collect
Supporting Materials
Testimony
Expert witness testimony
Eyewitness testimony
Numerical Data
Raw numbers - figures unmodified by mathematical operation.
Statistics - complex set of numbers.
Mean, the mode, the median.
Presentation Aids
A visual or auditory means for clarifying ideas.
Help you gain attention and maintain interest.
Add clarity.
Reinforce your message.
Contribute to credibility and confidence.
Examples, Illustrations, and Narratives
Stress relevancy.
Real vs. hypothetical.
Analogies
Figurative analogies
Literal analogies
Definitions
Etymology
Authority
Negation
Specific examples
Using Numerical Data
Make clear
Make meaningful
Make explicit
Connect with point
Use in moderation
Reinforce visually
Types of Presentation Aids
The object
Models
Graphs
Word charts
Maps
People
Photograph and illustrations
Using Presentation Aids
Know your aids intimately.
Rehearse your speech using aids.
Integrate presentation aids into your speech seamlessly.
Avoid talking to your aid.
Use aid only when relevant.
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