SPCM 1100 Notes 8 - 11-4-2010Ceremonial Speeches-4-6...

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Unformatted text preview: 11-4-2010Ceremonial Speeches-4-6 minutes-No research requirement-Outline/manuscript (written out speech)-Top of outline- layout of objective or goal of speech oTo entertain audienceoCommemorate something/someoneoSocial functionoTo motivate an audience or unite an audienceEntertainment is not the only purpose for presentations at special occasions-For instance, congressional testimony or an oral report might be concerned with presenting info or decision makingEven in humorous presentation the sole goal should not be just to entertain, but o achieve some larger strategic purpose-Entertainment and persuade-Entertain and inform-Entertain and identify with the audienceEntertainment Events:Speeches at Oscars, VMAs, Grammys, etc. (host, presenter, acceptance)Graduation speeches (ex: Alton Brown at UGA)Types of Ceremonial Speeches:-Introductions: used to introduce another speaker-Speeches of welcome: welcomes your audience to a particular occasion-Testimonial:this is a speech in praise of someone either alive or dead. The this is a speech in praise of someone either alive or dead....
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2011 for the course SPCM 1100 taught by Professor Jamie during the Fall '07 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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SPCM 1100 Notes 8 - 11-4-2010Ceremonial Speeches-4-6...

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