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  1. InformativeSpeaking Chapter 15

  2. Informative Speech • Communicates knowledge & understanding about a process, an event, a person or place, an object or a concept

  3. Informative Speaking Environments • Environments in which speaker has expertise or knowledge that audience needs but doesn’t already have

  4. Types ofInformative Speeches • Speeches about: • Processes • Events • Places & People • Objects • Concepts

  5. Speeches about Processes • Show how to perform or understand a process

  6. Speeches about Events • Help an audience understand: • what happened • why it happened • what effect it had

  7. Speeches aboutPlaces & People • Help audience understand: • importance, nature, appeal, charm or integrity of a place or person • contributions person has made to an organization or community

  8. Speeches about Objects • Describes components or characteristics of something • Audience better understand why important or valued

  9. Speeches about Concepts • Helps audience understand: • a concept • its history • its characteristics • its effect on societies or individuals

  10. Student Video Example Informative Speech by Chelsey Penoyer (partial: 35 sec.) Switch to 'Show' mode then click image to play video. Media Player required

  11. OrganizingInformative Speeches • Chronological • Spatial • Causal • Topical See Rachael Rota’s Informative Speech on p. 329 or on the Interactive Student and Professional Speech Videos Website.

  12. Tips for Giving Effective Informative Speeches • Bring topic to life • Tailor information to audience • Use clear & unbiased language

  13. Bring Topic to Life • Engaging material • Relevant • Stay audience centered • Share human side of topic

  14. Engaging Material • Draws audience in & excites or interests them

  15. Relevant • Useful or something for jobs, life in community, or informed decisions

  16. Tailor Information to Audience • Stay audience centered • Include information most educational • Adjust content to match level of knowledge, expertise & experience

  17. Use Clear &Unbiased Language • Define new terminology • Break complicated processes into steps • Explain terms or phrases specific to particular field or activity

  18. EthicalInformative Speaking • Based on careful research • Unbiased information • Honest presentation of information