Chapel Speaker Critique

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Chapel Speaker Critique Public Speaking Sara Martinson Speeches can begin in a variety of different ways – quotes, enticing stories, entertaining videos or a joke that is sure to stand out. The purpose of beginning a speech this way is to grip your audience’s attention in order that they might stay attentive during the length of the speech and learn something of value from what you have to say. This is known as an audience-serving introduction . Within the introduction you are also informed of the main topics within the speech and the thesis, or what will be portrayed across to you within the speech. Similar to the introduction is the conclusion. The conclusion restates main points and hopefully leaves you with a compelling statement to remember. Between the introduction and conclusion is the body. The body is full of information about the topic separated by transitions , or sentences that help the audience follow the verbal flow from one point to another. The chapel speaker, Amanda
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