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2. Avoid jargons, acronyms, or technical words because they can confuse youraudience.3. Makeyour speech more personal. Use the personal pronoun “I,” but take carenot to overuse it. When you need to emphasize collectiveness with youraudience, use the personal pronoun,“we.”4. Use active verbs and contractions because they add to the personal andconversational tone of your speech.5. Be sensitive of your audience.6. Use metaphors and other figures of speech to effectively convey your point.7. Manage your time well; make sure that the speech falls under the time limit.
9 |P a g eActivitiesGuided Practice 1Directions: Identify what is being described in each statement._______________1. It is making conscious choices of words that will help increasethe impact you create on your audience._______________2. It presents your most competent, credible self for having thecommand of language and meeting the standards andconventions prescribed by the rules._______________3. Average speaking speed is about 120 words per minute._______________4. This means making your idea more specific and focused._______________5. It is a hierarchical list that shows the relationship of your ideas._______________6. It refers to the focal point of the speech._______________7. It is the stage where you collect ideas, information, sources andreferences relevant or related to your specific topic._______________8. This gives you an opportunity to identify what works and whatdoes not work for you and for your target audience._______________9. This involves the process of correcting errors in mechanics,such as grammar, punctuation, capitalization, unity,coherence and others.______________10. He is a winning public speaker, who listed the six powerprinciples for speech editing.Guided Practice 2Directions: Below are concepts related to the campaign calling out the youngpeople like you to join the Global COVID-19 Response. Write the concepts thatcorrespond to the parts of your table outline.To informCategoricalTo inform the youth on their contribution to the Global COVID-19ResponseInforming young people their contribution to the Global COVID-19ResponseDiscuss how young people could greatly contribute to Global COVID-19ResponseState the specific purpose of your speech again.Call for action to join the Global COVID-19 ResponseShare facts on the current situation on the pandemic.State the message of the speech (specific topic)
10 |P a g eConcepts Related to the Campaign for the Global COVID-19 ResponsePurposeSpecific PurposeTopicPatternIntroductionBodyConclusionIndependent PracticeDirections: Choose a local, national, or global issue that you care about. Write apersuasive speech that outlines the issue and propose two or three ways in whichwe can address it to be a better world.Guide Questions in Choosing a TopicYour thoughts

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