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5 Steps in a Speech Making Process

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Truc Trinh

on 26 September 2013

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Transcript of 5 Steps in a Speech Making Process

Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
5 Steps in Speech Making Process
Step 4
Step 5
Credibility
Audience
Topic
Introduction
Body
Conclusion
Style
Memory
Delivery
Why are you speaking about this topic?
What is your expertise and interest on this topic?
What do you have to contribute to your audience?
Who is your primary audience?
Is there secondary audience?
Why should your audience care about this topic?
What commonalities do members of your audience share?
What do you share with them?
Have you conducted
adaquate research?
Is your thesis statement appropriately focused for the time available?
Have you identified appropriate supporting materials?
Does your introduction attract attention?
Preview of main points?
concise?
main point
supporting evidence
transition
citation
summary of main points
memorable statement
repetition
alliteration
parallel style
get familiar with the main points
visualizing moving from point to point
talk conversationally about the content
practice
practice
practice
gestures complement ideas
volume
pitch
Good luck!
Want more tips, please visit:
http://speakingcenter.uncg.edu/resources/tipsheets/
eye contact
speech rate
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