Speech Structure

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Speech Structure

  1. 1. Debate and speech division
  2. 2. Public Speaking Occasion The nature of the occasion will obviously have a great bearing on your speech. The occasion will dictate :1. the content of your speech2. the duration3. the tone4. the expectations of your audience.
  3. 3. The theme of your speech The first step is to identify the single most important idea, theme or message you want toconvey in your speech. This message will likely be informed by the public speaking occasion you identified earlier.
  4. 4. The AudienceThe audience, of course, are a critical part of deliveringa speech. Your public speaking goal is to do one ormore of the following:  Engage your audience  Stimulate your audience  Entertain your audience  Pique your audiences interest  Convey a message, theme or order
  5. 5. How to organize your speech Opening Body Closing
  6. 6. Opening The goal is to won the attention of the audience1) greetings2) Introducing your self3) Give thanks to God and organization committee4) Tell the audience your theme of speech5) Make an interesting or controversial statement6) Recite a relevant quotation or even recount a joke
  7. 7. Body The body of your speech will always be the largest part of your speech. At this point you should :1) Formulating a series of points that you would like to raise.2) The points should be organized3) Dont try to overwhelm your audience with countless points.4) Explanation and detail
  8. 8. Closing1) Summarize the main points of your speech2) Ask the audience to be upstanding3) Leave your audience with positive memories of your speech4) End with a final thought/emotion
  9. 9. Technic of Speech 1. Impromptu 2. Extempor 3. Speaking from the text 4. Speaking from memory

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