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    • Wednesday March 16, 2011
      DGP
      Vocabulary
      TCAP Review
      The Giver
      Types of Speeches
    • Speech
      What is a Speech?
      What is an informative, demonstration, and persuasive
      Speech?
    • What is a speech?
      • A speech is a formal activity where a speaker has a purpose to inform, persuade, or demonstrate an idea on a particular subject.
      • A speech enables a speaker to demonstrate their knowledge, skills, or ideas.
    • Types of Speeches
      • There are three main purposes for formal speaking:
      to inform, to persuade, and to demonstrate.
    • Informing
      • If your purpose is to inform, or to educate, you are preparing an informative speech.
      • Informative speech conveys knowledge and understanding of a particular subject.
      • When creating an informative speech, collecting plenty of details is essential.
      • Examples of an informative speech:
    • Persuading
      • If your purpose is to argue for or against something, you are preparing a persuasive speech.
      • A persuasive speech is used to argue for or against an idea. It also challenges the audience to change their point of view on a particular subject.
      • When developing persuasive speech, your main job is to develop a convincing and logical argument.
      • Examples of persuasive speech:
    • Demonstrating
      • If your purpose is to show how to do something or to show how something works, you are preparing a demonstration speech.
      • A demonstration speech also known as a “How to Speech”.
      • When developing a demonstration speech the key is putting together a clear, step-by-step explanation.
      • Examples of a demonstration speech:
    • Planning Your Speech
      • Tomorrow we will plan your speech.
      • To get started, you need to do the following things:
      • Understand the purpose of your speech
      • Select a specific subject
      • Collect plenty of interesting details.