SPRING 2014, WEEK 1
TITLE: INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC SPEAKING
Q2. The five personal benefits of taking a public speaking course are as follows, It helps learns how to speak to a public audience.
It helps establish the skills that apply to one-on-one communication. It helps develop the oral communication skills necessary that are required in the job market. It helps create experience in an ideal laboratory.
It helps develop the ability that can provide pleasure and satisfaction for yourself and others.
Q4. Speaking is not necessarily the same thing as communication because, speaking is typically involves one person communicating orally to a group of people about a predetermined topic or subjects. While communication often sends and receive messages at the same time, creating a lively spontaneous and loosely structured verbal and nonverbal interchanged of information.
Q6. If communication fails, depending on the situation, the blame could be placed on either or both parties (meaning the speakers and the listener). While speakers share part of the responsibility for communication, listeners also must bear some part of the burden.
Q8. The three types of interference are as follows
Speaker generated interference.
Q10. The number one mistake made by public speakers, is failing to tailor one’s speech to the needs and interest of the audience. Q2. Fear and nervousness are beneficial to the speaker because, Fear brings energy, it makes the speaker think more rapidly. It also helps speakers with vitality and enthusiasm. Nervousness, when also properly channeled can help speakers give better or deliver speech than they would if he or she were completely relaxed.
Q3. Delivering a speech from the memory is a bad method because, the speaker may be considered as dull and boring. The audience will sense that the speech is from the heart, and will question the sincerity of the...