Types of speech


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Types of speech

  1. 1. Course Instructor Sneha Sharma Speech
  2. 2. Different forms of Speech Speech of Introduction Speech of Thanks Occasional Speech Theme Speech
  3. 3. Speech Of Introduction
  4. 4. Purpose of the speech of introduction To introduce a speaker and/or to present a topic area that a speaker or series of speakers will then address in detail.
  5. 5. Main Goal To gain the attention and arouse the interest of the audience. Your speech should pave the way for favorable and attentive listening. The speech of introduction is basically informative in nature.
  6. 6. Guidelines for Speeches of Introduction Establish the Significance of the Speech Establish Relevant Connections Stress the Speaker’s Credibility Be Consistent with the Main Speech Be Brief Don’t Cover the Speaker’sTopic Don’t Oversell the Speaker orTopic
  7. 7. Few points to remember Don't talk too long. Keep your introduction to between 45 seconds to 3 minutes. Do not to include something that may be controversial or potentially embarrassing, unless you ask them first. Ask the speaker what he or she would like you to say in their introduction. If possible, find out what the speaker plans to focus on in advance.
  8. 8. Speech of Thanks A thank you speech is a short public speech, which serves to express gratitude for something that was presented/offered. - Award/Honor Received -Vote ofThanks
  9. 9. Guidelines of Speech Expressing the gratitude Appreciating the value of the material present/Words spoken Identifying the personal significance of the gift for the recipient/audience
  10. 10. Occasional Speech E.g. Retirement, Farewell etc
  11. 11. E.g. Retirement Speech  The introduction integrates the person into the organization or society as one of the many whose impact on their development was enormous.  The body of the speech.  A brief account of the person's employment  Emphasis on personal achievements.  Emphasis on personal attributes.  The person's influence on other people involved.  The conclusion: Happy retirement!
  12. 12. Theme Speech
  13. 13. That’s All About Speeches
  14. 14. Activity!!  In a group of 4  Present all the four types of speech after mutually deciding an area/topic/personality of interest.