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Public Speaking, Ethics and You CHAPTER 27 1. Special Occasion Speech- a speech whose general purpose is to entertain, celebrate, commemorate, inspire, or set social agenda. 2. Speech of Introduction- A short speech defined by two goal: to prepare or “warm up” audience members for the main speaker and to motivate then to listen to what the speaker has to say. 3. Speech of Acceptance- A speech made in response to receiving an award. Its purpose is to express gratitude for the honor bestowed on the speaker. 4. Speech of Presentation- A speech whose purpose is twofold: to communicate the meaning of an award and to explain why the recipient is receiving it. 5. Roast- A humorous tribute to a person, one in which a series of speakers jokingly poke fun at the individual being honored. 6. Toast- A brief tribute to a person or an event being celebrated. 7. Eulogy- A speech whose purpose is to celebrate and commemorate the life of someone
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Unformatted text preview: while consoling those who are left behind; typically delivered by close friends and family members. 8. After-Dinner Speech-A speech that is likely to occur before, after, or during a formal dinner, a breakfast a lunch seminar, or other type of business, professional, or civic meeting. 9. Canned Speeches-A speech used repeatedly and without sufficient adaptation to the rhetorical speech situation. 10. Social Agenda-Setting-In a special occasion speech, a ty pe of speech purpose whose goal is to focus on a social/political issue and reinforce a message that relates to it. 11. Sermons-A speech of inspiration given in a religious context. 12. Speech of Inspiration- A speech whose purpose is to inspire or motivate the audience to positively consider, reflect on, and sometimes even act on the speaker’s words....
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