How to organize andmemorize a speechEasily & Effectively                      Ding Neng                       President   ...
Structure of  a speech  Introduction     Body   Conclusion
How to  start a speechPowerfully
T   NO start a speechHow to   This is my first time giving a X speech, so sorry if...X Let me tell you a joke first...   X G...
Better ways to start a speech  Open with a  humorous or emotional story
Better ways to start a speechAsk an intriguing   question
Better ways to start a speech  Do a relevant  demonstration
Better ways to start a speech                   Shock the                 audience with                facts and figures
Body of a speechPower of 3
Body of a speech          Power of 3        Past Present Future     3 Lies All Men Tell Women3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t C...
Body of a speechMake a pointTell a story
Body of a speechHow to make a story effective            Focus on the drama,          not people or placeHave a message   ...
How toconcludea speech
T   NO conclude a speechHow to X Introduce a new point X End abruptly   X Go overtime
Better ways to conclude a speech     Review your points and     tie up with introduction
Better ways to conclude a speech                    End with a                  relevant story                    + a quote.
Better ways to conclude a speechEnd with anaction plan
How to memorize your speech? 1. Write down my entire speech 2. Memorize       Opening       Key points       Closing 3. Ot...
How to memorize your speech?   “The less you memorize, the        less you’ll forget” “Don’t memorize. Internalize it!”
Experience is thebest teacher in life.
Peopl e’s th erO Experience is the  best teacher in life.
Ding Neng               www.facebook.com/dingnengNTU Toastmasters Clubwww.facebook.com/NTUToastmasters
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How To Organize And Memorize A Speech Easily and Effectively

  1. 1. How to organize andmemorize a speechEasily & Effectively Ding Neng President NTU Toastmasters Club
  2. 2. Structure of a speech Introduction Body Conclusion
  3. 3. How to start a speechPowerfully
  4. 4. T NO start a speechHow to This is my first time giving a X speech, so sorry if...X Let me tell you a joke first... X Good evening ...
  5. 5. Better ways to start a speech Open with a humorous or emotional story
  6. 6. Better ways to start a speechAsk an intriguing question
  7. 7. Better ways to start a speech Do a relevant demonstration
  8. 8. Better ways to start a speech Shock the audience with facts and figures
  9. 9. Body of a speechPower of 3
  10. 10. Body of a speech Power of 3 Past Present Future 3 Lies All Men Tell Women3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Come To NTU
  11. 11. Body of a speechMake a pointTell a story
  12. 12. Body of a speechHow to make a story effective Focus on the drama, not people or placeHave a message A good speech is not written, it’s rewritten
  13. 13. How toconcludea speech
  14. 14. T NO conclude a speechHow to X Introduce a new point X End abruptly X Go overtime
  15. 15. Better ways to conclude a speech Review your points and tie up with introduction
  16. 16. Better ways to conclude a speech End with a relevant story + a quote.
  17. 17. Better ways to conclude a speechEnd with anaction plan
  18. 18. How to memorize your speech? 1. Write down my entire speech 2. Memorize Opening Key points Closing 3. Others, use my own words
  19. 19. How to memorize your speech? “The less you memorize, the less you’ll forget” “Don’t memorize. Internalize it!”
  20. 20. Experience is thebest teacher in life.
  21. 21. Peopl e’s th erO Experience is the best teacher in life.
  22. 22. Ding Neng www.facebook.com/dingnengNTU Toastmasters Clubwww.facebook.com/NTUToastmasters
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