Audience

Brechtian Performance – Requirement

I think our group used the techniques well. However, tehre wasn’t taht much thought on how offensive ours could be especially if we actually performed infront of someone who was obese, it could portray its self to be very offensive. I do believe that our group hadd a personal engagement with the audience as we […]

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Mass audience

When creating an artefact for a mass audience it is necessary to find the correct data for the target audience. This includes researching form, audience, context and some basic content. I used both primary and secondary data. For examples of these see the appendices. I used a questionnaire to survey my target audience and establish […]

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My creative piece is a blog

My creative piece is a blog, aimed at young adults who are students between the age of 16 and 20. I purposely chose this age range as young adults are adopting the social trend of buying fast food for various reasons such as: ease, quickness and cost. The audience I targeted was mainly females as […]

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Richard Gesteland

A completely normal morning at Business College Horsens, Richard Gesteland was visiting Denmark to share his knowledge about his experience. This is nothing new for this experienced traveler, who comes to Scandinavia about six times a year, and has been a guest speaker at BCH several times in the past. The presentation Richard gave a […]

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Audience Analysis Paper

When presenting a quarterly sales meeting to managers, salespeople, stakeholders, and customers, the speaker must be able to communicate effectively to the audience.. In order for the speaker to do so he or she must be able to capture the attention of the audience. The speaker can achieve this by knowing the characteristics of the […]

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Distinctively Visual

In what ways are people and their experiences brought to life through the distinctively visual? Make detailed reference to your prescribed text and at least one other related text. The distinctive quality of the visual relies on its potential to provoke some sort of emotion from the responders. Naturally, powerful visuals evoke emotions of fascination, sadness, […]

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Writing to Engage an Audience

Inspirational speech and writing always rests on a balanced combination of rational rhetoric and emotional motivation. It prompts the readers and listeners to view the world in a way the speaker or writer views it. When the writer’s voice is as vibrant as the words that are displayed on paper, the audience’s attention is captivated […]

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Communicating Effectively Worksheet

1. Briefly explain the five choices speakers can make. How do these elements determine a speech’s success or failure? The five choices a speaker can make are invention, arrangement, style, delivery, and memory. Invention is producing resources during studying, research and providing a conclusion and which the ideas of the speech are supported clearly. Arrangement […]

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Literature Reviewexample

In the poem “The Things We Dare Not Tell,” Henry Lawson’s purpose is to state the two different types of secrets that people posses which are; the kind that should be external to others and the kind that should be kept internal from others. He adopts a simpering and deceived aspect in order to relate […]

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Public Speaking

Public Speaking Essay Example 1   Every successful person in the world has one thing in common between them; they can speak with confidence in front of a group whether it’s small or large group. They use the simple words that carry out the messages they wanted to give us so that they are heard, […]

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Visual Analysis: Euthanasia: If You Really Care

Euthanasia has remained a heated debate among the pro-life and pro-choice community for several decades. Euthanasia is also known as assisted suicide as well as mercy killing. Those who support euthanasia argue that it allows a person to be put out of their misery; they believe that shortening a terminal patient’s pain and suffering is […]

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How to Give an Informative Speech

Overview: For this assignment you must present an informative speech to an audience of your peers. There are three general approaches to informing an audience: altering perception, creating virtual experience, or explaining (of course, these are not mutually exclusive categories – a speech may well do more than one, though one approach often dominates). An […]

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