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Introduction of a speech
Inform, Entertain, and persuade.
What a good speech should not do.
Call attention to itself.
Ethos
Charisma/Credibility
Pathos
Emotions
Logos
Logic
Good speech delivery
Intro/ Body/ Organization/ Delivery/ Conclusion
What you should do for your Introduction of your speech.
State your thesis/ preview the body of your speech / Introduce your topic.
Introduction is also known as
Logical preview.
Conclusion is also known as
Logical review
Self actualization
Ego/ Self
Esteem needs
Social/ Free from fear
Phychological needs
Shelter/ Food
Belonginess needs
Clothing/ Water
Safety needs
Sex/ Sleep
Impromptu Speech
Speak on the spur of the moment.
Organizational patterns
Topical / Chronological / Spatial / Problem solution
Persausive speech
Trying to change the audience idea.
Four objectives of Introduction
Captures attention / Establishes credibility / States the thesis / Previews the main points of the speech.
Needs for marketing advertisers.
a. People need to feel value
Twice as much than the doctor recommended.
Reassurance of worth
Extra Iron
Need for creative outlet.
Baking, Cabinet making
Need for love objects.
Such as pets, spouse, etc.
Need for sense of power in order to gratify.
The bigger, the better
Need for roots.
belongings.
Need for immortality
Financial comfort for your siblings
What to do practicing for a presentation.
State and support the central idea.
Purpose of an informative speech
Add to your listener's understanding. Communicate clearly, Use familiar and specific words.
Transition Statements.
As a result. Also. 1st point, 2nd point. In additon. In contrast.
Visual aids should
Enhance your audiences interest and understanding. Reinforce, clarify.
Visual aids should not
Never to complex. Do not make the visual aid distractive.
Speech anxiety.
Know your speech well. Practice your speech out loud.
Internal Transition
Used between words and sentences and tell the audience how two ideas may be related
External transitions
Tell your audience that one main idea is ending and another is beginning.
Vocal Variety
Volume, pauses, rythym, rate, word emphasis, pitch, subtle changes.
Pronunciation
Prounouncing the word correctly. The way is should be said.