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chapter6-8 by Mind Map: chapter6-8

1. chapter7

1.1. Question1: Why is it important to draw on your own knowledge and experience in gathering materials for your speeches?

1.1.1. It makes your speech more meaningful. It's help us to explain more clearly and can find easiest way to present to the audience.

1.2. Question2: What are the 3 criteria for evaluating the soundness of research materials that you find on the Internet?

1.2.1. Authorship Authorship provides credit for an individual's contributions to a study and carries accountability. ... Normally, an author is an individual judged to have made a substantial intellectual or practical contribution to a publication. Sponsorship sponsor is an individual, institution, company or organization that takes the responsibility to initiate, manage or finance the clinical trial. Recency The recency effect is an order of presentation effect that occurs when more recent information is better remembered and receives greater weight in forming a judgment than does earlier-presented information.

1.3. Question3: What are the 3 stages of a research interview? Explain what you should do in each stage in order to have a successful interview.

1.3.1. Before the interview: A) Define the purpose of the interview B) Decide whom to interview C) Arrange the interview D) Decide whether to record the interview E) Prepare your questions

1.3.2. During the interview: A) Dress appropriate and be on time B) Repeat the purpose of the interview C) Set up the recorder if you are using one D) Keep the interview on track E) Listen carefully F) Don't overstay your welcome

1.3.3. After the interview: A) Review your notes as soon as possible B) Transcribe your notes

2. chapter8

2.1. Question1: Why do you need supporting materials in your speeches?

2.1.1. Answer: Supporting material provide information to develop and justify an idea that is offered for a listener’s consideration. Especially in oral presentation to clarify the speaker’s point, to emphasize the point, and to make the point more interesting.

2.2. Question2: What are the 3 kinds of examples discussed in this chapter? Explain each of the examples.

2.2.1. Answer: Use example to clarify your idea

2.2.2. Use example to reinforce your idea

2.2.3. Use example to personalize your idea

2.2.4. make your examples vivid and richly textured

2.2.5. practice delivery to enhance your extended examples.

2.3. Question3:What are the 5 tips for using examples in your speeches?

2.3.1. Answer: Brief example: to illustrate a point or pile up to create a desire impresseion.

2.3.2. Extend example: to put listeners into the speech by telling a short story vividly and dramatically

2.3.3. Hypothetical example: describing an imaginary situation and making it realistic, relatable, able to involve the audience.

3. chapter6

3.1. Question1: Why must a public speaker be audience-centered?

3.1.1. public speaker must be audience centre so that the audience can receive equal attention from the public speaker. Its more of like a mutual thing of interaction between both the public speaker and audience. When both receive attention especially to the audience they may focus better and learn new things from it. Also, public speaker main purpose is complete once audience are listening well.

3.2. Question2: What does it mean to say that people are egocentric?

3.2.1. egocentric means one being self-centre. its quiet normal these days where people are being egocentric towards the public speaker ones might assume that the speaker are not qualify enough to give the talk or the speaker attire are not that well. However, to those people that can control of not having this egocentric in oneself with only blank or natural minds and attitude.

3.3. Question3: What implications does the egocentrism of audiences hold for you as a public speaker?

3.3.1. There are many negativity of egocentric audience towards the public speaker such as the way they look towards the speaker with a grin may ruin the whole speech. They may intrude the whole speech saying their opinion are right and they held no empathy towards both the public speaker and audience involved.Even worse, they may not pay any attention during the speech given by the public speaker.