SPEECH
  COM-143




                “Man is the Only Animal that Blushes. Or needs to.”
            -Mark Twain
         ...
Theory Into Practice



• Preparing and presenting your first speech
In groups determine
information regarding:
In groups determine
 information regarding:
• 1st Speech Goals- p.28-30
In groups determine
 information regarding:
• 1st Speech Goals- p.28-30
• Preparing the introduction and body- p. 31
In groups determine
 information regarding:
• 1st Speech Goals- p.28-30
• Preparing the introduction and body- p. 31
• Pre...
In groups determine
 information regarding:
• 1st Speech Goals- p.28-30
• Preparing the introduction and body- p. 31
• Pre...
Experts
Experts
•   Carefully read your assigned section.
Experts
•   Carefully read your assigned section.

•   Summarize the content in writing: outline or however you are
    mo...
Experts
•   Carefully read your assigned section.

•   Summarize the content in writing: outline or however you are
    mo...
Experts
•   Carefully read your assigned section.

•   Summarize the content in writing: outline or however you are
    mo...
Experts
•   Carefully read your assigned section.

•   Summarize the content in writing: outline or however you are
    mo...
Experts
•   Carefully read your assigned section.

•   Summarize the content in writing: outline or however you are
    mo...
The One Point Speech
The One Point Speech
•Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech.
The One Point Speech
•Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech.
  •Introduction:Write this out word for word
The One Point Speech
•Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech.
  •Introduction:Write this out word for word...
The One Point Speech
•Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech.
  •Introduction:Write this out word for word...
The One Point Speech
•Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech.
  •Introduction:Write this out word for word...
The One Point Speech
•Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech.
  •Introduction:Write this out word for word...
The One Point Speech
•Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech.
  •Introduction:Write this out word for word...
The One Point Speech
•Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech.
  •Introduction:Write this out word for word...
The One Point Speech
•Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech.
  •Introduction:Write this out word for word...
The One Point Speech
•Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech.
  •Introduction:Write this out word for word...
The One Point Speech
•Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech.
  •Introduction:Write this out word for word...
The One Point Speech
•Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech.
  •Introduction:Write this out word for word...
The One Point Speech
The One Point Speech
• Presentation outline: a reduction of your
  preparation outline.
The One Point Speech
• Presentation outline: a reduction of your
  preparation outline.
• A brief listing of key words des...
The One Point Speech
• Presentation outline: a reduction of your
  preparation outline.
• A brief listing of key words des...
The One Point Speech
• Presentation outline: a reduction of your
  preparation outline.
• A brief listing of key words des...
A couple of examples:
Soldier Dave
Soldier Dave
Mmorgan2218
Mmorgan2218
The One Point Speech

• Due in Monday, February 2
• Provide both a preparation and presentation
  outline.
• Speech should...
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    1. 1. SPEECH COM-143 “Man is the Only Animal that Blushes. Or needs to.” -Mark Twain US humorist, novelist, short story author, & wit (1835 - 1910) Following the Equator (1897)
    2. 2. Theory Into Practice • Preparing and presenting your first speech
    3. 3. In groups determine information regarding:
    4. 4. In groups determine information regarding: • 1st Speech Goals- p.28-30
    5. 5. In groups determine information regarding: • 1st Speech Goals- p.28-30 • Preparing the introduction and body- p. 31
    6. 6. In groups determine information regarding: • 1st Speech Goals- p.28-30 • Preparing the introduction and body- p. 31 • Preparing supporting materials- pp.32-33
    7. 7. In groups determine information regarding: • 1st Speech Goals- p.28-30 • Preparing the introduction and body- p. 31 • Preparing supporting materials- pp.32-33 • Organizing evidence and preparing the conclusion- pp.33-34
    8. 8. Experts
    9. 9. Experts • Carefully read your assigned section.
    10. 10. Experts • Carefully read your assigned section. • Summarize the content in writing: outline or however you are most comfortable.
    11. 11. Experts • Carefully read your assigned section. • Summarize the content in writing: outline or however you are most comfortable. • Meet in expert groups and rehearse your presentation to the other section experts:
    12. 12. Experts • Carefully read your assigned section. • Summarize the content in writing: outline or however you are most comfortable. • Meet in expert groups and rehearse your presentation to the other section experts: • Check each other for clarity and completeness. Provide feedback to each other.
    13. 13. Experts • Carefully read your assigned section. • Summarize the content in writing: outline or however you are most comfortable. • Meet in expert groups and rehearse your presentation to the other section experts: • Check each other for clarity and completeness. Provide feedback to each other. • Return to your original groups and present your summary in the order of the text. presentation.
    14. 14. Experts • Carefully read your assigned section. • Summarize the content in writing: outline or however you are most comfortable. • Meet in expert groups and rehearse your presentation to the other section experts: • Check each other for clarity and completeness. Provide feedback to each other. • Return to your original groups and present your summary in the order of the text. presentation. • Share ideas on speech topics.
    15. 15. The One Point Speech
    16. 16. The One Point Speech •Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech.
    17. 17. The One Point Speech •Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech. •Introduction:Write this out word for word
    18. 18. The One Point Speech •Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech. •Introduction:Write this out word for word •Attention getter
    19. 19. The One Point Speech •Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech. •Introduction:Write this out word for word •Attention getter •Relate it to the audience
    20. 20. The One Point Speech •Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech. •Introduction:Write this out word for word •Attention getter •Relate it to the audience •State the thesis
    21. 21. The One Point Speech •Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech. •Introduction:Write this out word for word •Attention getter •Relate it to the audience •State the thesis •Body: Sentence outline
    22. 22. The One Point Speech •Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech. •Introduction:Write this out word for word •Attention getter •Relate it to the audience •State the thesis •Body: Sentence outline • Present two or three pieces of supporting evidence.
    23. 23. The One Point Speech •Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech. •Introduction:Write this out word for word •Attention getter •Relate it to the audience •State the thesis •Body: Sentence outline • Present two or three pieces of supporting evidence. •Choose from:
    24. 24. The One Point Speech •Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech. •Introduction:Write this out word for word •Attention getter •Relate it to the audience •State the thesis •Body: Sentence outline • Present two or three pieces of supporting evidence. •Choose from: •Experience, narratives, data, opinions
    25. 25. The One Point Speech •Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech. •Introduction:Write this out word for word •Attention getter •Relate it to the audience •State the thesis •Body: Sentence outline • Present two or three pieces of supporting evidence. •Choose from: •Experience, narratives, data, opinions •Conclusion- Write this out word for word
    26. 26. The One Point Speech •Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech. •Introduction:Write this out word for word •Attention getter •Relate it to the audience •State the thesis •Body: Sentence outline • Present two or three pieces of supporting evidence. •Choose from: •Experience, narratives, data, opinions •Conclusion- Write this out word for word •Summarize the ideas of the speech
    27. 27. The One Point Speech •Preparation outline: A detailed summary of your speech. •Introduction:Write this out word for word •Attention getter •Relate it to the audience •State the thesis •Body: Sentence outline • Present two or three pieces of supporting evidence. •Choose from: •Experience, narratives, data, opinions •Conclusion- Write this out word for word •Summarize the ideas of the speech •Provide a strong concluding statement.
    28. 28. The One Point Speech
    29. 29. The One Point Speech • Presentation outline: a reduction of your preparation outline.
    30. 30. The One Point Speech • Presentation outline: a reduction of your preparation outline. • A brief listing of key words designed to jog your memory and remind you what comes next.
    31. 31. The One Point Speech • Presentation outline: a reduction of your preparation outline. • A brief listing of key words designed to jog your memory and remind you what comes next. • You should know the wording of your intro and conclusion.
    32. 32. The One Point Speech • Presentation outline: a reduction of your preparation outline. • A brief listing of key words designed to jog your memory and remind you what comes next. • You should know the wording of your intro and conclusion. • Your delivery of the body should be extemporaneous.
    33. 33. A couple of examples:
    34. 34. Soldier Dave
    35. 35. Soldier Dave
    36. 36. Mmorgan2218
    37. 37. Mmorgan2218
    38. 38. The One Point Speech • Due in Monday, February 2 • Provide both a preparation and presentation outline. • Speech should be approximately three minutes in length.

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