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The Pet Peeve / Opinion Speech

Guidelines for writing and delivering the Pet Peeve / Opinion speech

Anthony Celini

on 9 March 2011

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Transcript of The Pet Peeve / Opinion Speech

Pet Peeves &
Opinions Purpose & Expectations concentrate on establishing
& maintaining eye contact
while presenting a speech identify your point of view experience body movements,
feelings, and vocal qualities
associated with dynamic
speech delivery feeling
self-conscious? discuss something that interests
you Definition: the speech focuses on a subject which you feel strongly about angry does it make you... disturbed concerned Or is it an...
objectionable action
event that infringes on your rights

Either way, it must be vivid topics: bad drivers ? student rights personality traits internet homework stereotypes curfew testing school regulations waiting in line poor sportsmanship preparing Open with a specific example.
State what you believe.
Provide key points/examples.
Conclude. rehearse rehearse rehearse rehearse did i mention? presenting energy enthusiasm personality Quote of the day:
"Pour hot verbal oil on the blaze
and let it burn!" power Adapted from: Carlile, Clark S., and Dana Hensley. 38 Basic Speech Experiences. Logan, IA: Perfection Learning, 2005. Print. inspired?
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