Public Speaking
IRMA YUNITA
DOSEN: SUTRIA RAHAYU S.Pd
SEKOLAH TINGGI PERGURUAN DAN ILMU PENDIDIKAN
DHARMA BAKTI LUBUK ALUN...
SUPPORTING
YOUR IDEAS
There are 6
support your ideas
example
explanation
statistics
testimony
comparison
/contrast
Visual aids
• Brief factual example
• Brief hypothetical example
• Detailed factual example
• Detailed hypothetical example
Examples
oExposition
oAnalysis
oDefinition
oDescription
explanation
Dramatize your statistics
Round off your statistics
Display your statistic visually
Statistic
• Experience
• Background knowledge
• Fact
• Information
Testimony
1. Comparison
: similarities
2. Contrast
: differences opinion
Comparison / Contrast
The way to reinforce our ideas by using
media.
Some suggestion for using visual aids:
1. Must be large enough
2. Must be s...
6. Keep attention
7. Include visual aid when practice
8. Must be focus
9. Using visual aid affectively
10. don’t stop talk...
COMBINED SUPPORTS
supporting materials are used in combination
with each.
to support a point of view with :
• comparative ...
Gathering supporting materials
‘’primary sources of information’’
Written sources
• Books
• Newspaper
• Magazines
• pamph...
PREPARING THE CONTENT OF
YOUR SPEECH
 Organizing your speech
Introduction
Body
Conclusion
 Planning the body
There are four steps to plan the body of your
speech:
• Explain your central idea
• Write main points
...
BODY OF SPEECH
• Testimony
• statistics / comparison
• Example
• Visual aid/comparison
TRANSITIONS
Transitions will help to provide coherence to
your speech :
• Use transitional words
• Use enumerative signpo...
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  1. 1. Public Speaking IRMA YUNITA DOSEN: SUTRIA RAHAYU S.Pd SEKOLAH TINGGI PERGURUAN DAN ILMU PENDIDIKAN DHARMA BAKTI LUBUK ALUNG 2013
  2. 2. SUPPORTING YOUR IDEAS
  3. 3. There are 6 support your ideas example explanation statistics testimony comparison /contrast Visual aids
  4. 4. • Brief factual example • Brief hypothetical example • Detailed factual example • Detailed hypothetical example Examples
  5. 5. oExposition oAnalysis oDefinition oDescription explanation
  6. 6. Dramatize your statistics Round off your statistics Display your statistic visually Statistic
  7. 7. • Experience • Background knowledge • Fact • Information Testimony
  8. 8. 1. Comparison : similarities 2. Contrast : differences opinion Comparison / Contrast
  9. 9. The way to reinforce our ideas by using media. Some suggestion for using visual aids: 1. Must be large enough 2. Must be simple 3. Reinforce your point 4. Maintain good eye contact 5. Using media like board VISUAL AIDS
  10. 10. 6. Keep attention 7. Include visual aid when practice 8. Must be focus 9. Using visual aid affectively 10. don’t stop talking to your audience while doing so.
  11. 11. COMBINED SUPPORTS supporting materials are used in combination with each. to support a point of view with : • comparative statistic • A visual aid that has to be explained • An example that includes expert testimony
  12. 12. Gathering supporting materials ‘’primary sources of information’’ Written sources • Books • Newspaper • Magazines • pamphlet interview • Faculty members • Clergy • Community leaders • Local politicians
  13. 13. PREPARING THE CONTENT OF YOUR SPEECH
  14. 14.  Organizing your speech Introduction Body Conclusion
  15. 15.  Planning the body There are four steps to plan the body of your speech: • Explain your central idea • Write main points • Arrange the central idea and main points • Add appropriate supporting
  16. 16. BODY OF SPEECH • Testimony • statistics / comparison • Example • Visual aid/comparison
  17. 17. TRANSITIONS Transitions will help to provide coherence to your speech : • Use transitional words • Use enumerative signposts • Repeat key words • Conclude your discussion • Begin your discussion of a new point with a reference.

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