Who makes speeches?- List the people who make speeches? Who is the audience of speeches?- List the people who listen to speeches What is the outcome of speeches? What did the speech cause the listeners to do?THINK TIME!
Lesson 1: Introduction What are Speeches? Formal & Informal Speeches Purpose of Speeches Format of Speeches Lesson 2: Speeches in Daily Life Speech-Writing in Life Speech-Writing in Paper 1LESSON PLANS
Two types. Formal and informal speeches. They differ intheir tone (serious or casual) and register (choice ofwords).Purpose of Speeches: speeches create interestand… Build trust with an audience. Motivate/ inspire them Get them to take action or create awareness of a problemTYPES OF SPEECHES
Informal Speeches. No need for formal salutations Personal level, conveys feelings of speaker Personal views about an event: wedding, birthday, funeraletc. Watch this speech…what can you tell about itscharacteristics? Is it a formal or informal speech –TYPES OF SPEECHES
Are you moved by the speaker? If so, how?Why?What is the speaker’s message?What is the speaker’s intention?What do you notice about the speaker’s toneand voice?What words / phrases does the speaker usewith effect? What other literary devices does the speakeruse?OBSERVATIONS
Speeches are an important way for people to conveyideas and emotions in an appropriate way. Speeches are also a requirement of the N & O’ level ELPaper 1.LESSON 2 – SPEECHES IN DAILYLIFE
Speeches consist of 4 parts:1. Greetings and Salutations2. Introduction: Purpose of the speech3. Content: The Message4. Conclusion: To emphasize what you want the listeners to: Do or carry out, or To know and gain awareness ofSPEECH FORMAT
These are words of welcome. They let the listeners know that you are happy to speak tothem about a matter close to you.If they are happy to hear you speak then they wouldbe more likely to be convinced by what you say For formal speeches. Start from the highest ranking andthen move down the hierarchy. This shows respect and will make your speech more convincing.GREETINGS AND SALUTATIONS
The introduction must establish: Who the speaker is What is the purpose of speaking to that particular audience. You must select appropriate language to enable your messageto be understood.INTRODUCTION: PURPOSE OFSPEECH
This is the heart of the speech. Expand on the purpose of thespeech. This section must contain: Main points in support of the purpose. Supporting evidence to persuade listeners. Some humor is allowed - where appropriate (inappropriate humorreduces the credibility of the speaker)CONTENT: MESSAGE OF THESPEECH
Repeat the main ideas of your message! Summarize the key ideas of your speech Emphasize what you need the listeners to do Or What you want from them.CONCLUSION: DRIVING HOME THEPOINT
You are a student sports CCA promoter. Theschool authorities have informed the studentcouncil that the school will have to stopfunding your CCA due to lack of funds andbecause the CCA has not produced anyresults.Students do not think this is a good idea.They have given you feedback on the mattervia e-mails.The principal has allowed you to speak withschool leaders to try to convince them tokeep your Sports CCA and suggest ways offunding your CCA without requiring schoolfunds.PAIR WORK
The speech should contain the following information: What are the benefits of keeping your sports CCA. What are some of the ways the CCA could support itself withoutrelying on school funds. What would be the negative consequences of shutting down thissports CCA.PAIR WORK
Your speech to school leaders should follow the format ofspeeches: Greetings and Salutations Introduction Message ConclusionSPEECH FORMAT
Each team has to select a presenter. The presenter has 2 minutes to present the outline of thespeech that was developed by the team.LET’S HEAR IT!