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How to Give a Demonstration Speech
Transcript of How to Give a Demonstration Speech
Outline for Speech
I. Attention getter. State your thesis. Give a brief overview of your steps. Three main points
1. Gather materials.
2. Mix ingredients.
3. Bake and cool.
I. The first step is to gather the materials.
1. Provide all the necessary steps for your first point.
II. The second step is to mix all of the ingredients.
1. Provide all the necessary steps for your second point.
Where Do I Start?
Think about a topic that is interesting and an area at which yourself knowledgeable. Share it!
can I show
1. Pick a topic for your demonstration speech.
2. Run your topic by Mrs. Ternes BEFORE you start planning.
III. The third step is to bake.
1. Provide all of the necessary steps for this.
Brakelight: [near end of speech, signal audience that you are about to review the steps in the process]You now have a freshly baked cake in 3 easy steps Let’s review those steps again.
I. The three steps in making a cake are:
1. Restate three main points.
2. Restate thesis.
What is it?
A demonstration speech explains how to do something or how something works.
Objects or physical activity by the demonstrator must be exhibited.
The speech must be instructive and present valuable and significant information.
1.The speech must be original by the speaker.
2.Topics must be approved. (Due: 9/24)
3.Outlines are to be completed by 9/25
4.You must SHOW the audience how to do something.
5.Presentations will take place in the classroom.
8.The speech should be 3-5 minutes.
10. You will evaluate your speech along with everybody else's speech.
"Speaking in the Disciplines ." University of Pittsburg. UMC Web Team, n.d. Web. 20 Jan 2013. <http://www.studyguide.org/cm101_demo_speech.htm>.
Use your IPad to record your presentation
Make sure that you speak while you demonstrate.
There should be NO dead air time.
Practice SEVERAL times before you record.
If you need a place or help recording, set up a time with me and we can work something out.
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to print a digital photo
to read music notes
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