Oratory Instruction

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  • Oratory Instruction

    1. 1. Guide For Oratory ByNicole Kim, Nancy Kim, Yeayoung Koh
    2. 2. Introduction
    3. 3. What is it?Original Oratory is aspeech that may bewritten on any subjectthe student chooses
    4. 4. RulesYou must stay in your roomSpeech must be memorizedTime limitNo visual aidsOriginality and PlagiarismNo profanity and obscenity
    5. 5. RulesQuotations and extensiveparaphrasingDo not use oratory fromprevious yearsDouble-entered students aregiven more flexibility in leavingthe room
    6. 6. How to Write a Speech
    7. 7. Types of SpeechesInformative- explain,instruct, clarify, teach,definePersuasive- influence,convince, motivateEvocative- entertains,inspires, commemorates
    8. 8. Steps TakenGet a TopicWrite a Thesis StatementCreate a Purpose statement
    9. 9. How to Create a Speech TopicDetermine your purposeand the type of speechConsider the occasion,audience, judgeAge? Gender? Ethnicity?Reaction?
    10. 10. How to Create a Speech Topic Develop a mind-map of possible topics Write your thesis statement RESEARCH
    11. 11. How to Create a Speech TopicFind something that youand the audience will beinterested inBe sincereTopics to Stay AWAY from
    12. 12. Supplementing your WritingUse of Quotations, Stories,AnalogiesHistorical/ BibliographicalExamplesPersonal ExamplesStatistical/ FactualSupport
    13. 13. Speech Structure
    14. 14. IntroductionAttention getterSignificanceCredibilityThesis statement
    15. 15. Body of SpeechNumber 3 ruleTransitions
    16. 16. ConclusionReview your main pointsFinal statement
    17. 17. Presentation
    18. 18. DeliveryVolumeRatePitchPausesWord Emphasis
    19. 19. DeliveryBelieve what you sayBe conversationalDon’t be Fake, be Sincere
    20. 20. Physical MovementTry not to walk aimlesslyVary facial expressionUse smart gestures
    21. 21. What Judges Look For
    22. 22. IntroductionGets attentionTopicPreviews Points
    23. 23. Body of the SpeechLogicalSupportPersuasion andMotivation
    24. 24. ConclusionBrief SummaryMeaningful Ending
    25. 25. DeliveryAppropriate BodyLanguageEye ContactUnderstandableSpeaking Rate
    26. 26. Ranking1-5th placeNo ties except for5thNo showsOvertime4 Rounds
    27. 27. Tips
    28. 28. Some Extra Things...Bring a copy of your speechHighlight quotationsAt least 6 minutes for a good gradePractice in front of a mirrorBe creative: Act, Sing!!
    29. 29. Memorization ToolsTake only the first letter of each wordof your speech, and see if you canrememberAutomatic First Letter Tool: http://www.productivity501.com/how-to-memorize-verbatim-text/294/Memorize in blocks and paragraphs
    30. 30. Good Luck!

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