Chapter 3: Delivery
- List the different methods of speech delivery.
- Identify key elements in preparing to deliver a speech.
- Describe the benefits of delivery-related behaviors.
- Utilize specific techniques to enhance speech delivery.
the presentation of a carefully planned and rehearsed speech, spoken in a conversational manner using brief notes
the presentation of a short message without advance preparation
a small raised surface, usually with a slanted top, where a speaker can place notes during a speech
the word-for-word iteration of a written message
the rote recitation of a written message that the speaker has committed to memory
too little variation in pitch
the relative highness or lowness of your voice
how quickly or slowly you say the words of your speech
the attitude of a given artifact (humorous, serious, light-hearted, etc.)
the subtle but meaningful variations in speech delivery, which can include the use of pitch, tone, volume, and pace
sounds in pauses to make it appear that we haven’t actually paused. Another term for them is "fillers" or “nonfluencies"
the relative softness or loudness of your voice