MGTA35H3 Lecture 1: Lecture 1.docx

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Presenting information already known by audiences before introducing new information. Ordering ideas according to their occurrence (ie using a pattern to explain steps) Starting with a broad idea before focusing on individual ideas. Showing difference or similarities between two ideas. Used for persuasive speeches and can help present reasoning behind ideas. Don"t want to be too loud otherwise it makes it unpleasant for audiences to listen or be quiet that you can"t be heard too. How fast or slow you talk so that your audience can understand and hear everything you are. How high or low the tone you use to speak, using a pitch in between to produce your strongest. Using range in the tone of your voice to make words/sentences to sound more powerful important, don"t want to sound monotone throughout speech or. How well audiences can hear the words you are saying. Used to emphasize important points and enhance meanings of words and phrases.

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