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How To Organize Your Speech

How To Organize Your Speech - Beverly Chiodo Ph.D Chiodo...

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9/16/2008 1 Beverly Chiodo, Ph.D. 3020 Lime Kiln Road San Marcos, TX 78666 512 512-353 353-0703 0703 [email protected] This is it, Marcie A new school year and what I like to call “the excitement of learning.” It’s an adventure that everyone can enjoy . . . I mean, after all, isn’t Yes Marcie That wasn’t too bad “the this what life is all about? Yes, Marcie, this is it! That wasnt too bad. . . the excitement of learning” lasted fourteen seconds!
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9/16/2008 2 Your Purpose for Speaking To Change Lives • Knowledge • Skill • Action R ti • Reaction Your Purpose for Speaking To Change Lives • Knowledge • Skill • Action • Reaction
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9/16/2008 3 Three Steps to Making a Speech A speech prepared in the mind reaches the mind. A speech prepared in the heart reaches the heart. A speech prepared in the life reaches the life. Bill Gothard Advanced Training Institute “Reticular Activating System” is the key to being prepared. New Automobile Bradzoil’s copy of Inc of Inc. Your Example
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9/16/2008 4 Your Greatest Strength How many of you believe your ability to speak in front of an audience is your greatest strength? How many of you believe writing or speaking may be your greatest weakness? “Your greatest weakness can become your greatest strength.” Vietnam Veteran Gregg The Cradle of Eminence Your Story
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9/16/2008 5 W e don’t know what we ll b li til it it really believe until we write it down.” E lizabeth E lliott Extrovert or Introvert MSOffice1
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Slide 10 MSOffice1 , 1/20/2007
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9/16/2008 6 Discovery Model Most useful when you have writer’s block • Gets procrastinators started Gets procrastinators started Write without Rules stopping for three minutes • Stop The Direct Writing Process Model Define your audience. Define your purpose. Revise quickly. Most useful when you have limited time or when you have plenty to say.
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9/16/2008 7 Worry (15%) – Let your ideas “sit and stew” while you do other unrelated tasks. Discuss ideas with other people and jot down informal notes. Planning (10%) – Examine all ibl id li i t possible ideas, eliminate some, and arrange remaining ones in a formal/informal outline. Writing (25%) -- Follow the outline and write from start to finish. No need to correct/revise here. Revising (45%) Put the draft The Five The Five-Stage Stage Process Model Revising (45%) – Put the draft away. After a break return to it “fresh.” Needed revisions will be apparent. Proofreading (5%) – Read. Correct grammar, mechanics, and spelling. Write Write-Talk Talk-Write Write-Talk Model Talk Model • Use for clarifying Use for clarifying, refining, or generating ideas. Begin talking or writing (with another person) about your subject and alternate between the two.
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9/16/2008 8 Model for Writers Who Think First • Think • Outline • Write This model is for writers who prefer to think through what they are going to write before they begin.
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