AUDIENCE ANALYSIS & PRESENTATION TOPICS

NDHU COMM 3

Charlie Green

say it. James Stewart (1908 ± 1997) ³Tell the audience what you're going to say.´ Fanny Brice (1891 . then tell them what you've said. always as partners.1951) ³Never treat your audience as customers. There is no director who can direct you like an audience. They tell you.´ Dale Carnegie (1888 ± 1955) .³QUOTES´ ³Your audience gives you everything you need.

 Speech preparation must also include gathering information«  about your audience & their needs.  A well prepared speeches given to the wrong audience & poorly prepared speeches given to the correct audience. .Properly Prepare  Good speakers properly prepare«  giving themselves enough time to rehearse & "fine-tune" their speeches.  They both can fail terribly.

Prior Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance of the Person Putting on the Presentation.  Speech preparation should use the 9 P's. The more you know & understand about audience and their needs   the better you can prepare your speech to meet their needs. .THE 9 P¶s«  Your preparation effort include some amount of audience analysis.

What do they expect to learn or hear from you? . educational background? I nterest .ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS«  Using the word "A-U-D-I-E-N-C-E" as an acronym.What is their age.What is their knowledge of the subject? D emographics .What specific needs do you need to address? E xpectations . some general audience analysis questions should include« A nalysis . sex.Who are they? How many will be there? U nderstanding .What are their needs? What are your speaking needs? C ustomized .Where will I stand? Can they all see & hear me? N eeds .Why are they there? Who asked them to be there? E nvironment .

E. LJL Seminars: (1996).´. http://www.E..I. ³A.ljlseminars.C.com. . Analysis: It's your key to success.REFERENCES Laskowski.N. accessed: March 31. L. 2010.U.D.

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Ask about how much they already know. Ask them what they would like to learn about.  Essentially.Audience Analysis Activity  Write down 3 interesting topics. . ask them what they need so you can give them what they need. Talk to 5 people you don¶t know? Tell them your three topics &      Ask if they are interesting.

CREATING YOUR OUTLINE .

RELAX  Be properly prepared! Breath! Smile! Focus!    .BEFORE SPEAKING.

GOOD LUCK!!! .

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