Specific Purpose of a SPEECH
The three criteria for a good purpose statement are the
1. A purpose statement should describe the results one seeks his
speech to accomplish.
2. A purpose statement should be specific, meaning a speech
should be worded specifically to measure your audience.
3. A purpose statement should be realistic. The contents of the
speech must be attainable.
D. Organizing and Outlining the Speech
Three Major Parts of a Speech
2. The Body
3. The conclusion
1. Referring to the Audience
2. Referring to the Occasion
3. Referring to the relationship between the
audience and the subject
4. Referring to something familiar to the
5. Citing a startling fact or opinion
6. Asking questions
7. Telling an anecdote
8. Using quotation
9. Telling a joke
10. Setting the mood and tone of your
11. demonstrating the importance of your
topic to your audience.
1.Review the speech
2.To leave the audience to remember
In making conclusion, avoid the
1. Don’t apologize.
2. Don’t introduce new points.
3. Don’t end abruptly.
4. But don’t rumble either.
E. Gathering Supporting
1. To prove
2. To make memorable
3. To make interesting
4. To clarify
F. Giving the Speech Through
Language and Style