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PRINCIPLES OF SPEECH WRITING

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Christine Jane Arcangel

on 25 September 2016

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PRINCIPLES OF
SPEECH WRITING
->VOCALIZED FORM
OF COMMUNICATION
->fULFILL THE NEED FOR THE
RAPID DISSEMINATION AND
THOROUGH DISCUSSION
SAVING TIME!
APPEAL
APPROPRIATENESS
ABILITY
CHOOSING THE TOPIC
1. Attractive power of SYMPATHY
2. Visual or auditory images that
may come to audience's mind
3. Spark of Curiosity
4. Suitable to
your audience's interest
5. Will not promote harmful
or illegal actions
6. Consider offensement
7. Convey message without
alienating or antagonizing
8. Ability to perform
9. Explore/ travel to gain
experience
10. Consider your environment
ANALYZING THE AUDIENCE
TOPICS
-NEW
-POSSIBLY
CONTROVERSIAL
-CLEAR
-SUPPORTED BY INFO'S
YOU CAN FIND
-INTERESTING TO YOU
What is Audience Analysis?
Process of examining information about your listeners that will helps you to adapt your message so that your listeners will respond as you wish!
DEMOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
GENDER
AGE
CULTURE
ETHNICITY
RACE
RELIGION & EDUCATIONAL LEVEL
ATTITUDINAL ANALYSIS
ATTITUDE
BELIEF
VALUE
ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS
SEATING ARRANGEMENT
NUMBER OF PEOPLE ATTENDING
ROOM LIGHTING
SOURCING THE
INFORMATION
Information for writing a speech can be obtained from many sources.
Libraries
-Encyclopedias
-Catalogues
-Bibliographies
-Almanacs/Yearbooks
-Computer (Internet)
-Firsthand Experiences
-Reliable sources
-Proven facts/information
-Rightsourcing "choosing the correct source"
ORGANIZING AND OUTLINING
THE SPEECH CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
The purpose of the introduction is to set the tone for the speech, introduce the topic, and get the audiences attention.
ATTENTION-GETTING DEVICES
some of it are using humor, giving personal examples, referring to the occasion, showing the importance of the subject, telling startling information, asking questions, and using quotations.
SPEECH TRANSITIONS
Helps the audience to follow where the speaker is going.
conclusion
Should signal the audience that the speech is over and should tie all the ideas together. Speakers, often summarize main ideas, use quotations and inspire the audience to take further action.
Outlining
Is a way of organizing material to highlight all the parts and how they relate to the whole. In most cases, the body of the speech is what is outlined. The introduction and conclusion are handled separately.
It also shows the organization as main and minor points through the use of standard symbols and indentation. Many speakers prefer constructiong two outlines; a full sentence outline and a key-word outline.
The outline shoud be followed by a bibliography, a list of all the material from other sources you have used in your speech.
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