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Audience
a group of people that hears your message
Brainstorm
to quickly develop a list of ideas on a topic
Communicate
to relay a message that is understood by writing, speaking, or gesturing
Extemporaneous
planned but unscripted
Feedback
criticism or suggestions from others
Gesture
a movement with the hands or body that has meaning
Impromptu
unplanned; unrehearsed; spur of the moment
Inflection
a change or variation in vocal pitch
Introduction
the beginning of a speech; also, a brief setup that announces another speaker or topic
Listen
to hear someone else's message and gain meaning from it
Nonverbal Communication
communication associated with bodily movements, facial expressions, or sounds that are not words
Persuade
to influence someone else to think a certain way or do something
Presentation
a speech that shows an audience how to do something
Props
physical items such as pictures, drawings, or objects that make a speech more interesting; they also give speakers something purposeful to do with their hands
Public Speaking
making a formal or informal speech before a group of people
Story
an account of something that happened; it might be real or fiction
Tone of Voice
a variation in the voice that expresses mood or emotion
Verbal Communication
communication associated with language
Visual Aids
props that enhance or reinforce the message