Chapter 16<br />Occasions for Public Speaking<br />
Section 2: In Ancient Greece…<br />Forensic Speech<br />   establishes justice<br />Ceremonial Speech<br />  special occ...
What shall we do?<br />
Community Service and Involvement<br />
Oral Reports and Presentations<br />
Group Presentations<br />
Public Hearings and Debates<br />
Questions?<br />
Good ethos= effective speech.<br />Michael Scott has bad ethos.<br />
Some speeches fall easily into the deliberative category, while others are clearly ceremonial<br />However, many times the...
Keynote Speeches<br />Speeches Posing Challenges<br />Commencement Speeches<br />Speeches Marking Candidacy and Election<b...
A keynote speech is usually delivered near the beginning of a conference or meeting in order to set the tone of the event<...
A successful keynote speech will open the door to discussion, not close it.<br />With the possibility of a diverse audienc...
A pep talk is almost any speech intended to motivate and inspire<br />Pep Talks:<br />Chris Farley ---&gt;<br />
These speeches have two purposes:<br />To heighten the sense of community (ie, “we’re all in this together”)<br />To incre...
Surprisingly, these are speeches that are given after a meal<br />These speeches are usually humorous in tone, but also co...
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  1. 1. Chapter 16<br />Occasions for Public Speaking<br />
  2. 2. Section 2: In Ancient Greece…<br />Forensic Speech<br /> establishes justice<br />Ceremonial Speech<br /> special occasions<br />Deliberative Speech<br /> focuses on action<br />
  3. 3. What shall we do?<br />
  4. 4. Community Service and Involvement<br />
  5. 5. Oral Reports and Presentations<br />
  6. 6. Group Presentations<br />
  7. 7. Public Hearings and Debates<br />
  8. 8. Questions?<br />
  9. 9. Good ethos= effective speech.<br />Michael Scott has bad ethos.<br />
  10. 10. Some speeches fall easily into the deliberative category, while others are clearly ceremonial<br />However, many times the characteristics of a speech can blend these two categories together; take for example an inaugural address.<br />Section 4: <br />Speeches Combining Deliberative and Ceremonial Goals<br />
  11. 11. Keynote Speeches<br />Speeches Posing Challenges<br />Commencement Speeches<br />Speeches Marking Candidacy and Election<br />Each speech has a different blend of ceremonial and deliberative characteristics, making for a plethora of varieties.<br />Types of Combined Speeches<br />
  12. 12. A keynote speech is usually delivered near the beginning of a conference or meeting in order to set the tone of the event<br />A keynote speech has two special purposes:<br />To unify and define the members of the audience as a community<br />eg, to unify university professors as educators, regardless of their field<br />To set the meeting’s thematic agenda<br />ie, to establish the larger issues which should dominate the meeting<br />Keynote Speeches:<br />-<br />
  13. 13. A successful keynote speech will open the door to discussion, not close it.<br />With the possibility of a diverse audience, it is important that a keynote speech is multivocal: something that includes terms and phrases that each audience member can interpret in light of their specific concerns<br />Keynote Speeches (cont’d):<br />
  14. 14. A pep talk is almost any speech intended to motivate and inspire<br />Pep Talks:<br />Chris Farley ---&gt;<br />
  15. 15. These speeches have two purposes:<br />To heighten the sense of community (ie, “we’re all in this together”)<br />To increase motivation (ie, Chris Farley/Matt Foley)<br />Pep Talks (cont’d):<br />
  16. 16. Surprisingly, these are speeches that are given after a meal<br />These speeches are usually humorous in tone, but also contain a serious message for the audience<br />Be careful with humor; it’s usually best to poke fun at one’s self, rather than at others<br />After-Dinner Speeches<br />
  17. 17. http://www.yiwei.cn/yiwei/Article/UploadFiles/200525215732621.jpg<br />http://www.sfgate.com/blogs/images/sfgate/green/2009/01/20/obama_-inauguration451x500.jpg<br />http://post.browndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/rawjuice.jpg<br />http://www.ctagroup.org/images/house-key.jpg<br />http://www.clker.com/cliparts/b/3/b/a/11949866861452336960musical_note_3_dennis_bo_01.svg.hi.png<br />http://www.buxmontuu.org/Music/images/choir01.gif<br />http://www.city-data.com/forum/attachments/san-antonio/21764d1213934581-san-antonio-off-topic-thread-matt_foley.jpg<br />http://sandcastlehaters.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/motivational-posters.jpg<br />Sources:<br />
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