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Basic Speech Organization

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Barbara Amberg

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Transcript of Basic Speech Organization

Introduction
The purpose of the introduction is to prepare the audience for the speech.
Attention Getter
Significance
Credibility
Thesis
Main Body
This is the key terms with supporting information.
You do not need to include all of these, but there are 6 categories of supporting information
Conclusion
The Purpose of the conclusion is to bring the speech to a close, to reinforce ideas and expectations
Testimony
Analogy
Statistic
Anecdote or Story
Example
Types of Supporting Material
Citation of sources
It is important to give credit where credit is due.
You should always mention the source of your information.
The Attention Getter should always be the first thing a speaker says.
Not "Okay"
Not "My topic is..."
Not "Today I am here to..."
The significance of the speech relates directly to the audience. Why should they listen? What does it have to do with them?
The credibility is the section of the introduction that speaks to why you the speaker should be listened to. Why are you credible? What do you have to offer?
The thesis the the very end of the introduction and it sets up a sort of road map to what is to follow. It lays out whatever the topic is clearly and gives the key terms in the order they will be covered.
Restate your main points
Critical idea
Call to action
Ask a question
Use a quotation
Also called comparisons
Help listeners understand the less familiar by showing how it is similar to the more familiar.
Numerical data summarizing facts or samples.
Can express magnitude or seriousness of situation.
Can be percentage expressing relationship of part to whole.
Also known as quoting someones opinion. This is where you quote someone else.
An anecdote or story should have a personal bend, it should somehow relate to you, the speaker.
This is the ''for instance," an example helps to clarify the point you are trying to make.
Definitions
Definitions are often needed to clarify or explain the meaning of a term, concept, acronym or principle.
Speeches often close with an appeal to the audience to take action based on their new knowledge or understanding.

Be sure the action you recommend is specific and realistic.
Key Term 1 --
Topic sentence: details and supporting information should back up and explain the topic sentence. The last sentence of the paragraph should be a transition.
Transitions-not only from one key term to the next. It also helps the audience understand your thinking, your reasoning and your argument
A closer look at the main body
Key Term 2 --
Topic sentence: details and supporting information should back up and explain the topic sentence. The last sentence of the paragraph should be a transition.
Key Term 3 --
Topic sentence: details and supporting information should back up and explain the topic sentence. The last sentence of the paragraph should be a transition.
Basic Speech Organization
What is public speaking?
Public
of, pertaining to, or affecting the people as a whole
open to all people

Speaking
act,utterance, or discourse of one who speaks
giving information as if by speech

Assignment
Write an introduction
Include all four parts

Take the intro you wrote and expand it into a two minute long speech
(Basic idea for a two minute speech)
Due Dates:

Computer Lab_______________

Speeches ___________________
glossophobia
75% of people have a fear of public speaking

" Glossophobia.com." Glossophobia. Do You Suffer from Glossophobia or Fear Public Speaking?
Merriam-Webster.
Key terms should be parallel
The importance of _____________
is best seen through
K1
K2
K3
The Awesomeness of _____________________
is best seen through
K1
K2
K3
Lets do a practice one!
Assignment:
Write an introduction.
Attention Getter
Significance
Credibility
Thesis
Due Date__________________
Think of a broad topic:
Best Vacation
Favorite Actor
Best Band
Favorite Meal
Include all four parts
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