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How might the following situations affect a speech? What would you do to adjust? A You are the last speaker before Thanksgiving break.
B Somebody walks in during your speech, looks around, and leaves. C The speaker before your gave a great speech. As you get up people are still laughing. D The speaker before you gives a rotten speech and has to sit down. He will not stop crying. E The speaker before you does the same topic.
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audience wouldn’t be paying much attention to my speech and would be thinking about going home. I would try and have a really good attention getter to get back the attention of my audience. audience would get distracted. I would try and make a joke about it and bring the audiences attention back to my speech. It would make me more nervous to give my speech. I would give him props on his speech and wait until the audience gives me their attention. The audience would be distracted by the student crying. I would ask the student if they needed to get water or step out for a little. The audience would think they are going to hear the same thing. I would use the speech in my introduction and tell them why my speech will be different.
How would you tailor a speech on FOOD to:
A high school sophomores
B senior citizens
C student dietitians
D football players (college)
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I would make it about food in the cafeteria
I would make it about cooking because I know my grandparents love to cook I would make it about eating healthy and different diet foods I would make it about eating healthy for sports and its advantages.
What does it mean to say that people are egocentric? What implications does the egocentrism of audiences hold for you as a public speaker? Type your answer below.
It means that they are concerned...
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