Chapter 4 - Giving Your First Speech
Chapter 4 - Giving Your First Speech Educational Foundations 230
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Chapter 4 Giving Your First Speech Preparing your speech 0 Most students are nervous about speech is due to lack of experience Developing the speech 0 Instead of talking about themselves and making the focus about them introduce a classmate so some of the focus is off Focusing on the topic 0 O O O Staying within the time limit Focus on two events that define you Helps define points that are clearly you Do not become too clear on one topic because of the audience will get bored Developing the topic 0 Find a creative way to develop a topic I Keep mystery suspense in the speech to keep the audience checked in I Audiences like to hear about danger I Many people want the rulers and drama to be entertained make this a part of your speech I Use colorful descriptive language to entice the audience into seeing what you are seeing I Humor works but only if you are funny be who you are during a speech Organizing the speech 0 Three main parts I Introduction I Body I Conclusion 0 Introduction Get attention of the audience Make the audience want more Hint at all the subject matter Provide an explicit preview statement that identifies the main claim Instead of listing of events list three major life impacts in order from first date to most recent date Chronological 0 In order from first date to most recent date Topical order 0 Speech organization where three main points divide the topic into logical and consistent subtopics Make sure you have time for everything Make each new point stand out by using a transition statement 0 Conclusion Let audience know it is about to finish Reinforce the main concepts of the speech Use statement that gets the audience to think 0 Delivery of your speech 0 Speaking extemporaneously Read speech like an essay or be barely prepared is how students often prepare for speech 0 Extemporaneous speech Carefully prepared and rehearsed speech that is presented from a brief and slight PowerPoint notes 0 Requires you to know your topic Might only need a few brief notes Prepare your notes by using only one key term phrase Note cards are the easiest to use when performing a speech Telling a story to friends does not have a script Rehearsing the speech OOOOOO Talk out loud in front of the few people I Roommates I Friends I Strangers 0 We speak faster during speeches then around friends 0 Presenting the speech 0 Starting your speech I Front of the room feet are comfortable smile at the audience wait for the teacher 0 Gestures I Feel free to gesture button do not plan them I Gestures are not required to let them happen but do not force them I Avoid twisting hair shifting weight or ringing your hands I These are signs of nervousness 0 Eye contact I Look at the audience I Look right left and center so it is clear to your teacher I Look at the top beside of the students heads or the bricks that are in the back of the classroom I Do not look at the carpet or the desk that is in front of you 0 Voice I Speak up Slow down Project clearly Dealing with nerves Draw a square with your breaths
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