Although nowadays most speakers claim that they want an interactive session, but usually the audience is given a specific time to do so.
Next, in terms of language, public speaking uses a formal language.
These types also defines the purposes, or the reasons the speech is made.
More details on the three types of public speaking will be explained below. Informative has the meaning of giving information, to inform.
An informative speech has a purpose to inform, or give knowlegde to its audience about omething that they probably did not know of before.
The end goal of an informative speech would be to equip the audience with a brand new knowledge that they can apply to a particular aspect of their lives.The image alone sometimes create an enormous effect on most people, causing nervousness, and maybe even fear.Before we jump to that, let’s look at the definition of the word itself.Because they are speaking in front of a group of people, speakers need to adress their audience in a more formal way.Third, and most importantly, public speaking needs to be structured.No matter how well you know the person you are giving speech about, try to not say bad things about them, even if it is meant to be a joke.The point here is to make them feel special, not to bring them down, especially in front of a large group of people.The important thing to watch about giving an informative speech is to not put in too much information. If being filled with too much water then the water will leak out for sure. The ‘leaking’ must be avoided at all costs, so the information has to be kept simple, yet useful. A speaker giving a persuasive speech needs to be able to persuade the audience to do, or believe in something.Usually, the speaker would try to change the mindset, perception, or behavior of the audience for their own good.Public speaking is a big determining factor on how you go about life. If you don't know how to speak properly you will not be able to do anything. If you think about it you need public speaking for everything you do. If you really look at it you need public for a job, sports, parents, and teaching, just to name a few. The point I am trying to get across is without public speaking ability, you will be a lost cause.