Non Verbal Cues

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When your speech is being delivered you want your audience to understand and have a positive response to what is being said. That is why it’s important to know and adapt your speech to the audience. Analyzing your audience prior to the delivery of your speech can also help you find common grounds. Seeing things from their perspective will draw your audience in and make them listen attentively to what you are saying. There are many non-verbal cues the audience can give you such as a yawn, lack of eye contact, people sleeping, slouching, talking among each other, and of course the look in their face. Although, visual cues aren’t always negative you may receive positive cues as well. For example, eye contact, sitting up straight, no bickering,

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