- Think back on an important conversation you had recently in which you wanted to achieve a particular result. (Examples:-asking your employer to change your work schedule;- explaining to a friend how to change the oil and filter in a car; -attempting to talk your spouse or partner into buying the computer you like rather than the one he or she prefers.) Work up a brief analysis of the conversation. PLEASE SELECT ONE OF THESE EXAMPLE AND DEVELOP THE HOMEWORK.
- In your analysis, explain the following: (1) your purpose in the conversation and the message strategy you chose to achieve your purpose; (2) the communication channels used during the conversation and how they affected the outcome; (3) the interference—internal or external—you encountered during the conversation; (4) the steps you took to adjust to feedback; (5) the strategic changes you would make in preparing for and carrying out the conversation if you had it to do over again.
- Divide a sheet of paper into two columns. Label one column “Characteristics of an Effective Public Speaker.” Label the other column “Characteristics of an Ineffective Public Speaker.” In the columns, list and briefly explain what you believe to be the five most important characteristics of effective and ineffective speakers. Be prepared to discuss your ideas in class.
- Based on the lists you developed for Exercise 2, candidly evaluate your own strengths and weaknesses as a speaker. Identify the three primary aspects of speech-making you most want to improve.
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PLEASE I need that you use this reference for this homework.
Lucas, S. (2020, May 8). The Art of Public Speaking. New York, NY, United States of America.