Organize Your Speech

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  • 1. Organize your speech
  • 2. 1…; 2…; 3…; … It’s interesting… He is really professional… I understand every words he said… Well-organized speeches have benefits for the audience Easier to understand Easier to remember More credible More enjoyable
  • 3. Speech must build in repetition
    • First, you tell them what you are about to tell them
    • Then, you tell them
    • Finally, you tell them what you just told them
  • 4. H ow to organize speech content?
    • Use transitions to link ideas
    Who is my audience Create an audience profile Structure the information Put presentation in outline/note form Opening… 1.----------- 2.----------- 3.----------- Conclusion transition transition transition transition
    • Factor 3
    • Factor 2
    • Factor 4
    • Factor 5
    • Factor 1
    Opening… 1.----- 2.----- 3.----- Conclusion -- -- -- notes
  • 5. Make an Outline Time 1. Chronological 2. Spatial 3. Comparative Topic Subtopic #1 Subtopic #2 Subtopic #3 4. Topical 5. Problem-solution
  • 6. Outline of Speech Content
    • Introduction
      • Captures audience attention
      • Leads into speech topic
      • Transition
    • Body
      • Main point #1 (sub-point + supporting material )
        • transition with signposting
      • Main point #2
        • transition with signposting
      • Main point #3
        • transition with signposting
    • Conclusion
      • Review or summary
      • Call to action or memorable statement
  • 7. Executive Summary
    • The opening should catch the audience’s attention;
    • The body must support the idea you want to convey;
    • The conclusion should reinforce your ideas and be memorable;
    • Transition between thoughts must be smooth.