Chapter 2 - A S PEAKERS GUIDEBOOK 4TH E DITION CHAPTER 2...

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A SPEAKER’S GUIDEBOOK 4 TH EDITION CHAPTER 2 Preparing Your First Speech
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Preparing your first speech You can’t learn to swim if you first don’t get wet! You can’t learn to deliver a speech if you don’t ever try!
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Speech of Introduction Stand and deliver a 30-second speech about yourself to the class: Tell the class your name. Tell the class your major or educational goals. Tell the class one detail about yourself, such as a hobby, your favorite color, or your pet.
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The Speechmaking Process 1. Select a topic. 2. Analyze the audience. 3. Determine the speech purpose. 4. Compose a thesis statement. 5. Develop the main points. 6. Gather supporting materials. 7. Separate the speech into its major parts. 8. Outline the speech. 9. Prepare presentational aids. 10. Practice delivering the speech.
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Discussion: Thinking about topics What recent events have occurred on campus, in your community, in the country, or globally which you find interesting?
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Purposes for Speaking TO INFORM TO PERSUADE FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS
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Determining Your Specific Purpose To inform the audience about ___________. To convince the audience to ____________.
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Chapter 2 - A S PEAKERS GUIDEBOOK 4TH E DITION CHAPTER 2...

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