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Types of Speeches
Transcript of Types of Speeches
1. I already told you! (frustration)
2. I like you. (Friendship)
3. Come back here. (anger)
4. You did that. (Surprise)
1. Mary is my friend (sarcasm)
2. How come you did that? (upset)
3. I can't wait to go to the movies tonight with you. (excited)
4. I failed my test. (anger) Turn to someone at your table and "act" out these sentences with the emotion in the parenthesis: Intro
Who are you
What are you talking about
Why should the audience listen to you?
Main body of the speech
This is the main part of your speech and should progress in a logical order
Remind audience of some of the highlights of your speech
Summarize the purpose of the speech Organization Body position and movement
Poise (confidence) Nonverbal Communication Skills Speech Anxiety You might feel: dizzy, dry mouth, sweaty palms, racing pulse, or even begin to shake--- this is normal. So how do I fix it? Help manage it or reduce it by these tips:
-practice some breathing techniques before and during your presentation (deep breathing- inhale through nose count to three and exhale through your mouth for a count of three!) Emphasis/ Articulation Articulation:
speak clearly, don't mumble! Emphasis Word Choice Think about academic language, using bigger words.
Use correct grammar
Use strong vivid word choices, that make an impact.
Appropriate to audience and purpose
(be careful about the words you are using. Don't use "crap" for example)