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    • PUBLIC SPEAKING CHAPTER 2 DETERMINE YOUR PURPOSE AND SUBJECT GROUP : IV MAILIA ROZA MELLISA NELLI SRI MUTIARA PERMATA GUSVI LECTURER: Sutria Rahayu,S.Pd SEKOLAH TINGGI KEGURUAN DAN ILMU PENDIDIKAN YAYASAN DHARMA BHAKTI LU BUK ALUNG 2013
    • A. SELECTING SUBJECT Once you clearly understand the general purpose of your speech, you are ready to choose a subject. Decision should be based on a number of consideration. 1. Is the subject suited to my purpose? 2. Is the subject interesting to me? 3. Am I qualified to speak on this subject? 4. Will my audience find this subject interesting? 5. Will my audience find this subject useful? 6. Is my subject sufficiently restricted?
    • 1.Is the subject suited to my purpose? Suppose you are asked to deliver a speech whose general purpose is to inform.
    • 2.Is my subject interesting to me? Whenever possible choose a subject you find interesting . Enthusiasm is a key factor to successful speaking. If you talk enthusiastically about something , this enthusiasm is bound to rub off on your audience
    • 3. Am I qualified to speak on this subject? • If your interest is recent, you might lack sufficient knowledge or experience to prepare the subject effectively. In some cases it might be better to select a subject with which you are more familiar
    • 4.Will my audience find this subject interesting? An affective way to do this is to used attention factors ; humor ,novelty suspense ,and the like
    • 5.Will my audience find this subject useful? • People will willingly pay attention to a communication if they expect to gain something useful from doing so.
    • 6.Is my subject sufficiently restricted? Many beginning speakers try to cover too much in the time available to them. It is far better to deal with a restricted subject in detail than to cover too many points.
    • Specific purpose After you have chosen your subject in accordance with the considerations above, you are ready to formulate a specific purpose. Earlier I classified the general purposes for speaking : to entertain, to inform; and persuade .
    • 1. General purpose: to entertain 2. General purpose: to inform 3. General purpose: to persuade
    • THE CENTRAL IDEA Central idea as a complete sentence will help you plan your communication more effectively.
    • “Bye _ Bye”