   The Informative   The Persuasive   The Special occasion.For example, if a speaker hopes to convincethe audience at a...
   an informative speech “informs” those in    attendance by providing them with    information.    the speaker is a teac...
   Objects are things that are tangible,so    speeches about objects include those    about people, places, animals, stru...
  Events are happenings or occurrences,   both past and present.possible speech topics include thefollowing:  The Primar...
 Speeches About Concepts:Concepts are ideas, philosophies,hypotheses, and arguments. Speeches About Processes:A process ...
   Persuasive speech usually challenges an    audience’s beliefs and/or tries to move    those in attendance to change ex...
   Examples of Questions of Fact:Will the stock market rally in 2010?  Examples of Questions of Policy:Should pro-athlet...
   There are myriad special occasions in    life, for example, birthdays, anniversaries,    graduations, weddings; whatev...
   The speech must fit the occasion. If the    occasion is formal.   The speech must meet the allotted time.    Speakers...
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The different types of speeches

  1. 1.  The Informative The Persuasive The Special occasion.For example, if a speaker hopes to convincethe audience at a political-party banquet tosupport a new campaign strategy, theobjective is to persuade the audience to actin support of the strategy.
  2. 2.  an informative speech “informs” those in attendance by providing them with information. the speaker is a teacher, and his or her purpose is to educate the audience regarding a topic. ; and that topic may be an object, an event, a concept, or a process.
  3. 3.  Objects are things that are tangible,so speeches about objects include those about people, places, animals, structures. for example: What to look for when purchasing a newcomputer system
  4. 4.  Events are happenings or occurrences, both past and present.possible speech topics include thefollowing:  The Primary Causes of World War II  The origins of the holiday known as Halloween
  5. 5.  Speeches About Concepts:Concepts are ideas, philosophies,hypotheses, and arguments. Speeches About Processes:A process is how something is made, howsomething is done, or how something works
  6. 6.  Persuasive speech usually challenges an audience’s beliefs and/or tries to move those in attendance to change existing viewpoints or at least recognize the validity of opposing viewpoints.
  7. 7.  Examples of Questions of Fact:Will the stock market rally in 2010? Examples of Questions of Policy:Should pro-athletes have mandatory tests forperformance-enhancing drugs? Examples of Questions of Value:Do people have the right to choose to die with dignity?
  8. 8.  There are myriad special occasions in life, for example, birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, weddings; whatever the occasions, chances are that someone will be asked to deliver a speech.
  9. 9.  The speech must fit the occasion. If the occasion is formal. The speech must meet the allotted time. Speakers should be neither too brief nor too longwinded. Intended remarks must be accurate.the different types of speeches and have theirobjective clearly in mind, they will be capable ofdelivering a speech that the audience willremember for a long time to come.
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