TYPES OF SPEECHBy: Idarela Serrano
INTRODUCTIONThereare many things youcan do to ensure that yourverbal    messages     areunderstood time and timeagain
DIFFERENT TYPES OF SPEECHES    Informative     Persuasive       Special      occasion
INFORMATIVE SPEECHProvide   information. Although somewhat obvious , these include information about:  Objects  Events...
ABOUT OBJECTSObjects are things that are tangible ( senses), also include people , places and animals.
ABOUT EVENTSEvents   in past or present.
ABOUT CONCEPTSConcepts   are:     Ideas     Hypotheses     Philosophies
ABOUT PROCESSESHow   something is done.Youcan include visual aidsfor a good understanding ofour audience.
PERSUASIVE SPEECHIs an oral argument designed and presented to convince or influence the listener to do a specific thing,...
SPEECH FOR SPECIAL        OCCASIONSSpecial  occasion speech topics checks for most particular events and an easy method t...
IMPORTANTS POINTS TO KEEP IN             MINDThe speech must fit the occasion.The speech must meet the allotted.Intende...
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  1. 1. TYPES OF SPEECHBy: Idarela Serrano
  2. 2. INTRODUCTIONThereare many things youcan do to ensure that yourverbal messages areunderstood time and timeagain
  3. 3. DIFFERENT TYPES OF SPEECHES Informative Persuasive Special occasion
  4. 4. INFORMATIVE SPEECHProvide information. Although somewhat obvious , these include information about: Objects Events Concepts Processes
  5. 5. ABOUT OBJECTSObjects are things that are tangible ( senses), also include people , places and animals.
  6. 6. ABOUT EVENTSEvents in past or present.
  7. 7. ABOUT CONCEPTSConcepts are: Ideas Hypotheses Philosophies
  8. 8. ABOUT PROCESSESHow something is done.Youcan include visual aidsfor a good understanding ofour audience.
  9. 9. PERSUASIVE SPEECHIs an oral argument designed and presented to convince or influence the listener to do a specific thing, such as:Questions of FactQuestions of PolicyQuestion of Value
  10. 10. SPEECH FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONSSpecial occasion speech topics checks for most particular events and an easy method to outline this kind of best public speaking topics.
  11. 11. IMPORTANTS POINTS TO KEEP IN MINDThe speech must fit the occasion.The speech must meet the allotted.Intended remarks mus be accurate.

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