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By understanding the communication process, you will be able to better communicate with your listeners. ” According to this definition, when people communicate, they express their ideas and feelings in a way that is understandable (common) to other people. Therefore, communication is a process in which people share thoughts, ideas, and feelings in understandable ways. 1 shows the basic elements of the communication process: speaker/listeners, stimulus and motivation, message, encoding and decoding, codes, feedback, environment, and noise.
This type of speaker appears unprepared and even untrustworthy. On the other hand, when a speaker makes good eye contact, appears calm, and smiles, the audience feels they’re listening to a trustworthy, experienced presenter. Make your gestures natural and feel free to move about during transitions. ” (Positive) “I am a dynamic speaker and keep the audience engaged and interested in my speech. ” (Positive) Once you’ve created your positive statements, say them to yourself at least once each day for three to four weeks.
Write your introduction and conclusion in complete sentences, partial sentences, or phrases. Write your introduction and conclusion last. It’s hard to grab the attention of the audience and leave them feeling glad they listened if you are not sure of the shape the speech will be taking. B. 6 (p. 269), making sure that your speech has clarity, accuracy, depth, and significance. C. Now that you have completed your outline and thought critically about it, it’s time to develop your speaking notes. Don’t try to speak from an outline, because notes hamper successful eye contact and it is easy to lose your place.