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Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
Types of speeches
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Types of speeches

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  • 1. Types of Speeches
    • the principle purpose of a speech will generally fall into four basic types
  • 2.
    • Informative
    • Persuasive
    • Entertaining
    • technical
  • 3. Informative speech
    • In an informative speech you
    • Explain something to people
    • Help people to understand something
    • Show them how to do something
  • 4. Points to remember
    • You have to remember that the whole purpose of your speech is to teach the audience something that they don't already know.
    • The audience need time to take in what you've said.
    • If you speak too quickly your audience will be trying to understand one sentence while you're speaking the next sentence!
  • 5. Examples
    • The speech given by the head of an organization
    • A computer programmer speaking about new software
    • A travelogue about the tour
    • A teacher telling students about something
  • 6. Persuasive speech
    • The persuasive speech is
    • To sell an audience on an idea
    • To promote a specific product
    • To convince someone to take action
    • You want them To think, act and believe in what you want them to
  • 7. Points to remember
    • Make use of graphs and supporting documentation
    • Present some facts and figures but make sure that they're accurate and that they support your point of view.
    • If there have been similar problems you can tell your audience how they were solved.
    • Try to make it personal to your listeners, if it's going to effect their family, home or job they will start to take notice.
  • 8. Examples
    • Improve your health through better eating
    • Television violence is negatively influencing our children
    • Become a volunteer and change the world
  • 9. Entertaining speech
    • Entertaining speeches are
    • Usually short
    • Giving the audience an enjoyable experience
    • Leave the audience with a favorable impression not only of himself or herself, but also of the organization
    • To amuse through humors, stories or illustrations
  • 10. Purpose of entertaining speech
    • Crowd pleaser
    • Get promotion
    • Hold attention
  • 11. Points to remember
    • The speech still must make a valid point or argument, but it can be done using humor
    • A speech to entertain may be either informative or persuasive in nature, but the supporting materials are selected primarily based on their entertainment value.
  • 12. Examples
    • After dinner speech
    • Comic monologues
  • 13. Technical speech
    • The technical speech involves
    • Visuals and printed handouts
    • Even videotape
    • This is informative
  • 14. Points to remember
    • This is informative but goes beyond simple information.
    • It may be a presentation to peers at a professional meeting
    • May be an official presentation to a group such as regulatory body
  • 15. Brief remarks
    • It is actually the category of the speech, which are given on special occasions as expression of thanks, welcome or acceptance.
  • 16.
    • They are not scripted. Speaker give the remarks in his or her own words. But if it is a highly official function, it is better to use a script.
  • 17. Planning for speech
    • A proper planning is required before a speech
    • Choose the topic
    • Do some research
    • Remember the information you are going to provide to your audience should be new and valuable
    • The information should be accurate
  • 18. 4P’s for planning . plan . prepare . practice . present
  • 19. Guidelines for planning
    • Purpose of the speech
    • Decide what you wish to speak about
    • Do you wish to:
    • Instruct and inform
    • Convince, persuade, influence or motivate
    • Amuse and entertain
    • What are the objectives of your speech
    • Know your audience
  • 20. Paring
    • If you have done your research well, you will have many more ideas that you can introduce in a single speech. Begin paring. Select the three most important ideas you want people in the audience to carry away with them.
  • 21.
    • You should
    • Repeat the ideas
    • Introduce the audience in a logical sequence
    • Using relationships that aid retention
    • Use anecdotes
  • 22. Persuading
    • Logical proof
    • Emotional appeal
    • Give reasons
  • 23. Mechanics of organization
    • Start with a title
    • Write down the purpose
    • List the ideas you want the audience to retain
    • Write a conclusion
  • 24.
    • Thank you!!!!

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