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Good Afternoon class today I am going to inform you on how to develop a good informative speech. We will touch on a few points such as the guidelines for informative speaking, and different types of speeches such as, speeches about objects, processes, events, and concepts. Speeches about objects are anything that is visible or tangible. Objects may be alive, parts of it may move, they also include structures, people, places and even animals. Some examples of these are Bill Clinton, the World Trade Center, Willie B., the human arm, or the U.S. Air Force. A process is a series of actions that lead to a specific product or result. These types of speeches can be written in multiple forms so choose whatever makes you comfortable. A speech about process explains to your audience how or why something is done. There are two types of speeches about process, the first being a speech that better allows the audience to understand it better, the second being a speech to allow the audience better perform
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