Communicating Effectively Worksheet
Answer the following questions, using information from this week’s readings. Respond to each question in 100 to 200 words.
1. Briefly explain the five choices speakers can make. How do these elements determine a speech’s success or failure?
The five choices a speaker can make are invention, arrangement, style, delivery, and memory. Invention is producing resources during studying, research and providing a conclusion and which the ideas of the speech are supported clearly. Arrangement is organizing resources for the key point, the links between the key point and the body of the speech, provides the flow of the material. Delivery is transmitting a speech in a way that the audience can submit to, such as gestures and facial movement of the presenter and listeners. The style is how the speech is presented and delivered to the listeners to the make it memorable. This is critical when acknowledging key points thought out the speech. Memory is reassuring all key points are presented and supported. The presenter outlines the speech and the order that it is to be discussed. These elements determine a speech’s success or failure, depending on the presenter’s approach.
2. What role does the delivery method (e.g. online, video conferencing, face-to-face, conference room) play in constructing a presentation?
The delivery method can change depending on how the presentation will be given. For example if the speech is to be presented on line the presenter can record it and review it over and over to it becomes acceptable. The present have a chance to work out all the bugs and kinks of the speech. In addition, the presenter will able to play it for individuals to be sure all points were covered for questions that may up rise or have been left unanswered. Video conferencing still allows the speaker the opportunity to practice as if they were in a conference from, depending on the program