AudienceCenteredSpeaking

AudienceCenteredSpeaking - three major benefits of joining...

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How do you develop a speech ? 1. Select and narrow your topic 2. Determine your purpose 3. Develop your central idea 4. Generate your main ideas
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Developing your speech cont. 5. Gather supporting material 6. Organize your speech 7. Rehearse your speech 8. Deliver your speech!
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What to think about when selecting a topic 1. The audience 2. The occasion 3. Yourself
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General Purpose = The broad goal of a speech To inform, to persuade, or to entertain Shapes the tone of the speech
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Specific Purpose = Precise goal that indicates what you want your audience to be able to do at the end of your speech Behavioral Objective Observable or Measurable Keep it simple
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Specific Purpose *You must include your specific purpose on EVERY preparation outline!* Template: “At the end of my speech, the audience will be able to .”
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Topic: Facebook! “At the end of my speech, audience members will be able to create their own profile on Facebook.” “At the end of my speech, the audience will be able to list
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Unformatted text preview: three major benefits of joining Facebook. Central Idea = One sentence summary of the speech Thesis Focuses on the content of the speech Central Idea Topic: Rescue Shelters Central Idea: Animal rescue shelters benefit society in three main ways. Topic : Miami University Traditions General Purpose : To inform Specific Purpose : At the end of my speech, the audience will be able to list three traditions that are unique to Miami University. Central Idea : The Upham arches, school seal, and TriDelt sundial are three unique traditions at Miami University. Make your speech interesting! Use analogies Use vivid description Use a word picture http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scmvfDGnf_A Use visual reinforcement Tell a story Make sure your information relates to your listeners...
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