How do I write a speech?

For Visionaries Toastmasters Club
           Saturday, July 31, 2010


     Kiminari Azuma – ACS...
Objectives and time table
• Objectives
       •   To experience Azuma’s speech making process.
       •   To experience Az...
Part 1 : Lecture
1.   Speech Making Process
2.   My Mantras
3.   My “Writing” Mantras
4.   Point and Story
5.   Speech Tit...
1/6 : Speech Making Process
                                    Idea generation
  Reflection
  (Depression)



          P...
2/6 : My Mantras
 When                          Mantra                         Resources
Idea
generation
               “I...
3/6 : My “Writing” Mantras
     Speech       PREP       1. Tell them what          Tell a story
  Organization            ...
4/6 : Point and Story
• Point
  • Is your message to the audience.
  • Is short
  • Is memorable
• Story
  • Is your exper...
5/6 : Your Speech Title
• Is a part of your speech.
• Doesn’t tell everything, it tells a part of
  your point.
• Makes yo...
6/6 : My “Writing” Mantra + Speech Title
   Speech       PREP       1. Tell them          Tell a story   Speech Title
Orga...
Part 2 : Write a speech (Group work)
Part 2 : Group work
• Objectives
  1. Experience the speech making process.
  2. Each team makes a 5 minute speech.

• Ins...
Speech Topics
1.   My teacher
2.   Priceless XXXXXX (you decide.)
3.   My life changing experience
4.   The words that cha...
Part 3 : present a speech
Part 3 : Presentation
• Instructions

  • Have fun.




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  1. 1. How do I write a speech? For Visionaries Toastmasters Club Saturday, July 31, 2010 Kiminari Azuma – ACS/ALS 2007 & 2008 Champion District 76 Yamato Bilingual Toastmasters Club Fantasista Toastmasters Club
  2. 2. Objectives and time table • Objectives • To experience Azuma’s speech making process. • To experience Azuma’s speech mantras. • To create a speech helping each other. • To be able to use process and mantras for your next speech preparation. • Time Table Time Activities 18:10 – 18:25 Part 1 :Lecture 18:25 – 18:55 Part 2 : Write a speech (Group work) 18:55 – 19:25 Part 3 : Present your speech ( 3 teams) 2
  3. 3. Part 1 : Lecture 1. Speech Making Process 2. My Mantras 3. My “Writing” Mantras 4. Point and Story 5. Speech Title 6. My “Writing” Mantra + Speech Title 3
  4. 4. 1/6 : Speech Making Process Idea generation Reflection (Depression) Presentation Memorize Writing Practice Writing 4
  5. 5. 2/6 : My Mantras When Mantra Resources Idea generation “If my life ended tomorrow, what Darren LaCroix message would I want to leave for (2001 World Champion of Public children?” Speaking) Writing PREP Toshiyuki Inoue (2001 D76 Champion) Tell them what you are going to tell, Toastmaster Magazine Tell them, Tell them what you told them. Tell a story, make a point David Brooks (1999 World Champion of Public Speaking) Practice “Tough Times never last” Ken Izumi (2004 D76 Champion) Presentation Mieko Kobayashi かまいやしねえ!大暴れしてやる! (2009 D76 Champion Japanese Speech ) 5
  6. 6. 3/6 : My “Writing” Mantras Speech PREP 1. Tell them what Tell a story Organization you are going to Make a point (Structure) tell 2. Tell them 3. Tell them what you told them Opening Point Tell them what you are going to tell Body Reason Example 1 Tell a story Tell them Example 2 Make a point Example 3 Conclusion Point Tell them what you told them. 6
  7. 7. 4/6 : Point and Story • Point • Is your message to the audience. • Is short • Is memorable • Story • Is your experiences • Supports your point. 7
  8. 8. 5/6 : Your Speech Title • Is a part of your speech. • Doesn’t tell everything, it tells a part of your point. • Makes your speech powerful, if you used the speech title effectively through out your speech. 8
  9. 9. 6/6 : My “Writing” Mantra + Speech Title Speech PREP 1. Tell them Tell a story Speech Title Organization what you are Make a point (Structure) going to tell 2. Tell them 3. Tell them what you told them Opening Point Tell them what you Tell your are going to tell speech title Body Reason Example 1 Tell a story Tell them Example 2 Make a point Tell your Example 3 speech title Conclusion Point Tell them what you Tell your told them. speech title 9
  10. 10. Part 2 : Write a speech (Group work)
  11. 11. Part 2 : Group work • Objectives 1. Experience the speech making process. 2. Each team makes a 5 minute speech. • Instructions – Form groups – Nominate a leader – Nominate a speaker – Pick a speech theme. – Work together to make a speech – Have fun. 11
  12. 12. Speech Topics 1. My teacher 2. Priceless XXXXXX (you decide.) 3. My life changing experience 4. The words that changed my life. 5. Life is tough, life is beautiful 6. Big failure in my life 7. My enemy 8. Unforgettable moment • You can choose other topic. 12
  13. 13. Part 3 : present a speech
  14. 14. Part 3 : Presentation • Instructions • Have fun. 14

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