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By Duong Van Dai
1.   Definition
2.   Organization
3.   Tone
4.   Characteristic
5.   Principles
6.   Steps
7.   After dinner speech
Defining the speech to entertain

    Purpose

    Type

“Speeches to entertain are speeches”
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    Usually short



    To amuse through humors, stories, or

    other illust...
•CROWD PLEASER

 • GET PROMOTION



“Always do right. This will gratify people and
  astonish the rest” (Mark Twain)
•AFTER-DINNER   •COMIC
SPEECHES        MONOLOGUES
The speech to entertain has as its goal to
catch and hold attention. It may provide
information, and it may persuade; it m...
A. Introduction: purpose statement
 

     B. Body : Explanation

     Explain the point of the anecdote
1.
     Strengt...
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1 Definition Of Entertain Speech

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1 Definition Of Entertain Speech

  1. 1. By Duong Van Dai
  2. 2. 1. Definition 2. Organization 3. Tone 4. Characteristic 5. Principles 6. Steps 7. After dinner speech
  3. 3. Defining the speech to entertain  Purpose  Type 
  4. 4. “Speeches to entertain are speeches”  Usually short  To amuse through humors, stories, or  other illustrations.
  5. 5. •CROWD PLEASER • GET PROMOTION “Always do right. This will gratify people and astonish the rest” (Mark Twain)
  6. 6. •AFTER-DINNER •COMIC SPEECHES MONOLOGUES
  7. 7. The speech to entertain has as its goal to catch and hold attention. It may provide information, and it may persuade; it may even be humorous, though that is not a requirement of the speech to entertain. The speech to entertain meets its goal if it does nothing more than catch and hold attention. Alan H. Monroe (Principles and Types of Speech)
  8. 8. A. Introduction: purpose statement  B. Body : Explanation  Explain the point of the anecdote 1. Strengthen your theme with additional 2. anecdote C. Conclusion:  Conclude by say again your central point 1. Finish with a great anecdote to ensure a 2. memorable ending.

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