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Speech 3.1

Chapter 3 Part 1- Speaking fear, Building speaking Confidence

What is communication apprehension? the fear or anxiety associated with either real or anticipated communication with another person or persons
What percentage of people report feeling moderate to high anxiety about public speaking? 90%
What do roller coasters and public speaking having common? Adrenaline rushes
Why should you not expect or work to eliminate speaker nervousness? 1) nervousness is natural 2) nervousness is beneficial in enlieveing your speech, and giving impact to your ideas
Why is it important to know how you react to speaking stress? Once you know your reaction you can better mask them from the audience
Why does a speech always look worse to the speaker? The audience cannot see the internal state of the speaker
How can you veiw your speech posistively? using cognative restructuring, reconstruct negative thoughts into positive statements
How should you practice your speech? Give it to a friend who will be truthful without hurtful. Practice it many times from start to end without stopping and restarting
How does a speaker build confidence? know how you react to stress; know your stengths and weaknesses; know your speech priniples; know a speech always looks worse to the speaker; believe in your topic; veiw speech making positively; visualize sucess; act confident; test your message; practic
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