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  • 1. 1. To entertain2. To share information3. To convince (logical argument, persuasive)4. To persuade the audience to take action (logical and emotional argument)
  • 2. 1) Plan2) Prepare 3) Polish4) Practice5) Present
  • 3.  A. Who am I going to be speaking to? B. Where will I be speaking? C. When will I be giving the speech? D. How much time is allowed for my speech? E. What will the message of my speech be? F. Do I know enough about my topic or should I do more research? G. How will I present my information and develop my topic? H. Do I have my thesis stated in the introduction of my speech in one sentence?
  • 4.  A. Review the main idea (thesis) of the speech B. Choose a plan of organization C. Develop an outline using the main points D. Add supporting details to the outline E. Write the introduction F. Write the conclusion G. Rearrange the speech
  • 5.  A. Time your speech B. Add connecting words (transitions) C. Review and improve your vocabulary: D. Prepare your outline for the teacher E. Prepare notecards for practicing and presenting
  • 6.  A. Everyone must practice B. Decide what style you will use to present C. Set goals for each session D. Practice in many ways E. Be patient
  • 7.  A. Attitude B. Dress for success C. Project confidence D. Prepare your materials ahead of time E. Use all of the skills of speaking F. Finish with confidence
  • 8. There are no "bad" topics, but there are inappropriate or poorly developed ones. At this stage you should focus on choosing topic:1. that you have some knowledge about, or wish to gain knowledge about.2. that you care about3. that is appropriate for the audience and the setting