2011 Speaking for Special Occasions Student Version

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Speaking for Special Occasions Demonstration Speech
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Special Occasion Speech ± Prepared for a special occasion; they can be _________, ___________or both. But the underlying theme is to __________. 1. Entertain (Roast) 2. Celebrate (Graduation) 3. Inspire (Inaugural Address) 4. Set Social Agendas (Fund-Raisers)
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Types of Speeches ± Speech of Introduction: Prepares a warm up for the true speaker. ± Balances four elements: ± _________ ± _________ ± _________ ± _________
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Types of Speeches ± Speech of __________: Made in response to receiving an award. To express gratitude for award. ± Prepare __________ ± Express what this means to you/show gratitude
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Types of Speeches ± Speeches of Presentation: Communicates the meaning of the award and why that person is receiving it. ± Plan in advance ± Plan ______________ __________________
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Types of Speeches ± Roasts & Toasts: Roast is a humorous tribute to a person one in which speakers poke fun at a person. (Humor usually is in good taste!)
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course COM 1 taught by Professor Estrellaromero during the Fall '11 term at Riverside Community College.

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