acceptance speech - to address an issue. I remember a...

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Garrett Johnson Dec 1, 2008 Fundamentals of speech Speeches of acceptance Speeches of acceptance are types of speeches usually seen at award show and ceremonies. In this type of speech you show your gratitude, appreciation, and pleasure at receiving some kind of honor. Usually in this speech they thank people that mean the most to them. For example, they thank God and/or the organization that helped them get to where they’re at. They usually say about forty people that they want to thank. They also acknowledge the importance of the award and say how much it means to them. This type of speech is usually short and straight to the point. I like this speech because it can be used in more than just accepting speech. It can be used
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Unformatted text preview: to address an issue. I remember a basketball coach named Jimmy V, and he had cancer. He gave an inspirational speech on cancer, hope, and to never give up. Halle Berry for instance cried when she won an academy award for Best Female Actress for her role in Monsters Ball. In conclusion, acceptance speeches are usually used for accepting a high honor or award. They can be fun or very dull. But also they can be used for stating an important issue dealing with the award they just receive. Just remember that the speech is short and sweet. So, dont go overboard with it....
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2011 for the course LIBERAL AR 100 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Oakland CC.

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