Angga P. Perkhasa (Public Speaking Chapter 2)

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Angga P. Perkhasa (Public Speaking Chapter 2)

  1. 1. Angga Putra Perkhasa 11.10.010.745.002 Lecturer: Sutria Rahayu English Department
  2. 2. 1. Selecting a Subject 2. Specific Purpose 3. The Central Idea
  3. 3. 1. Get to know who you are 2. Become quiet 3. Comb through your past experiences 4. Change your perspective 5. Ask your family and friends 6. Putting it all together
  4. 4. 1. To Entertain 2. To Persuade 3. To Inform 4. To Convince 5. To Actuate 6. Open to the Public
  5. 5. 1. The secret of succesfull public speaking and speech writing is using one central idea or message. You can talk about many speech topics, but always refer back to - reinforce - that theme or a thesis. It's the only way the audience will remember your message. So, what is the central idea of speech?
  6. 6. 2. Capture that speech idea in one full sentence. It should be a single and - very important - declarative sentence. Make sure that you make a specific statement. What do you want the audience to do, know or remember in the first place?
  7. 7. 3. Develop your central speech idea in a clear public speaking speech outline that contains your supporting points. There are different kinds of public speaking outlines. Here are the ones who are used by students and members of Toastmasters International:  Chronological - The main points are arranged in a process or a expository central idea in speech sequence.  Topical - The central idea of speech is categorized in a pattern the audience will recognize.  Spatial - You relate main points in a logical way, helpful for developing extemporaneous speech topics.  Cause and Effect - State the causes and effects of your speech topics.  Problem Solution - State and prove there is a problem and offer a solution.
  8. 8. 4. In the introduction you: Grab attention with a smashing oneliner. State the central idea of speech. Preview your perspectives - the main points.
  9. 9. 5. Now check out your main points. I recommend you to develop at least three main points while speech writing, but not more than five.  Does each point has one single and clear speech idea?  Does each point reiterate your statement?  Does each point remind the audience of the central idea of the speech?  Does each point forecast the next main point?
  10. 10. 6. Your sub points have to contain details or new information to prove, to describe or to explain your main points that support the central idea in speech. For instance think about these supporting material and data: examples, testimonies, statistics, cases new information or views practical and personal experiences common grounds the audience will recognize.
  11. 11. 7. Use your conclusion to reinforce the central idea again. Only now you: Summarize the speech topic ideas in the main points in other words. Circle back to your introduction. Connect the needs and interests of the audience with the central idea in speech.
  12. 12. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORTING IDEA FROM YOU ARE… SEE YOU NEXT TIME...

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