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  • Speech - 372 Words
    SPEECH WRITING Format of a Speech: 1. Salutation 2. Introduction of the speaker and the topic as the case may be. 3. Expression of one’s views 4. Compare and Contrast your views with others 5. Use of illustrations to impress meaningful pictures on the minds of the audience, and thereby, stimulate interest, highlight important ideas, and facilitate learning. 6. Summing up or Conclusion Purpose of a Speech: To convey information orally to a large gathering of people, forcefully and...
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  • Speech - 632 Words
    A Brief Guide to Successful Public Speaking You can use this guide to prepare for your fi rst speech and as a checklist for all the speeches you give in your public speaking class. You can also use the guide as a handy reference for speeches you give aft er college. Presenting a speech involves six basic stages: 1. Determining your purpose and topic (Chapter 4) 2. Adapting to your audience (Chapter 5) 3. Researching your topic (Chapter 6) 4. Organizing your ideas (Chapter 8) 5....
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  • Speech - 436 Words
    Ms. Lindsey 2014-2015 Speech Syllabus Hello students! We are going to have a great semester in Speech! This syllabus is to provide you with some guidance into how I expect the class to go during your time this semester. Below are my expectations for this course. It is a required course and you cannot graduate without passing this class. I hope you all do your best and work hard! According to national surveys, fear of public speaking ranks among Americans' top dreads, surpassing fear of...
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  • Speech - 780 Words
    Jonathan Rueff July 8, 2013 I felt I was well prepared for my first speech, I knew my research very well and felt like my arrangement and flow throughout the speech was well organized. If I had to change a couple of things I would definitely change my emotional approach. I felt like I didn’t change my tone of voice. I think that was the case because I was nervous coming into my speech and towards the end I was more comfortable and I started to change my voice and my emotional approach was...
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  • speech - 480 Words
    Ohlone College, Fall 2014 Introduction to Public Speaking, SPCH 101- Hybrid Instructor: Prof. Paulson Text & Cell (831) 588-6067 Email: [email protected] Textbook: Public Speaking: Finding Your Voice (10th Ed.), Osborn, … ISBN: 978-0-205-93109-5. Required: Communication Lab Activities Manual ISBN: 978-1-269-41555-2 It is only in the Ohlone Bookstore. No copies will be accepted. Course Description: You will learn how to prepare and present speeches, organize your...
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  • Ceremonial Speech - 701 Words
    Bethany Jackson Mollie Murphy Public Speaking COMM 111 18 April 2013 Garret’s Visit I thought that Garret’s visit was very effective and beneficial for our class. He was excellent at public speaking. I do believe that since the first speech, our class has been exceedingly better at public speaking then we were to begin with. I thought it was amazing that he grew up with a debilitating stutter and listening to him, a person would have absolutely no idea because of how well he can generate...
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  • Speech for Eutanasia - 764 Words
    Jonah-Lyn S. Buscaino DIFFERENT TYPES OF SPEECH What is speech according to its purpose? People have gathered to hear you speak on a specific issue, and they expect to get something out of it immediately. And you, the speaker, hope to have an immediate effect on your audience. The purpose of your speech is to get the response you want. 4 types of speech according to purpose A Informative Speech- An Informative Speech is like teaching. The purpose of an informative speech is to try to teach...
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  • Ceremonial Speech - 384 Words
    Ceremonial speech Dedication speech So class my name is nick I hope you got that right on our extra credit. I am going to do a dedication speech on this class. Yes this might be weird to give a class a dedication but this class was different. I first want to start off by saying thank you professor Lima for teaching us so much about public speaking and how to open up. This class was definitely a different thing every day either by watching amazing videos, doing improtuse, and doing speeches....
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  • Persuasive Speech - 807 Words
    Persuasive Speech Speaking out to persuade others . . . From Reading to Writing Martin Luther King, Jr.’s powerful “I Have a Dream” speech helped convince Congress to pass landmark civil rights legislation. It also continues to influence people of all ages to believe in and work to achieve their personal dreams. Persuasive Speech Speaking out to persuade others . . . Persuasive speeches such as Dr. King’s can move listeners to tears and inspire them to move mountains. Politicians,...
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  • Audience and Speech - 7755 Words
    h Traditional On Campus Class Welcome to the Traditional On Campus version of Speech 103 Oral Communication! I look forward to getting to know each of you. Over the years, I have learned that many of you dread taking this class (don’t worry I felt the same way when I had to take this class) but I hope that you will find your worries to be unfounded. I work very hard to try to create a comfortable learning environment, primarily...
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  • Speech Reflection - 323 Words
    Ch. 2 Reflection Generally speaking, Abrahams’s five theories are very profound and analytical strategies for managing public speaking anxiety. I typically like how he specifies the ways to manage our fears - behaviorally, visually, biologically, cognitively, and evolutionarily. I also realize that I have already started using some of his strategies. He mentioned, “One clear way to improve your confidence and reduce anxiety is to collaborate with others striving toward the same goal.” (13) I...
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  • TYPES OF SPEECH - 1191 Words
    TYPES OF SPEECH According to Purpose ii. According to Preparation of Delivery iii. According to Occasion i. I. According to Purpose 1. Speech to Inform or Informative Speech 2. Speech to Inspire or Inspirational Speech 3. Speech to Persuade or Argumentative Speech 4. Speech to Entertain or Entertaining or Graceful Speech II. According to Preparation of Delivery 1. Impromptu Speech 2. Manuscript Reading 3. The Memorized Speech 4. The Extemporaneous Speech III. According to Occasion 1....
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  • Speech Script - 623 Words
    Common Types of Informative Speeches Script >>>(SLIDE1)<<< Host: Welcome back everyone. I’m here with our next guest Dr. Bri. Thank you for coming. Brian: It’s my pleasure. Host: So Dr. Bri you’re also a specialist on informative speeches? Brian: Yes I am. Host: Well, let’s talk a little about what you know. We have a few questions for you today. First off, what are the most common type’s informative speeches? >>>(SLIDE 2)<<< Brian: Well, the most common types of informative...
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  • The Kings Speech - 302 Words
    The Kings Speech Question 1: In the sessions with Lionel, he asked Bertie what was his past like because there was a reason for being afraid to speak publicly. He told Lionel that when he was a young boy he used to get teased a lot because he shuddered a lot and his father also encouraged it, especially when it came to his brother. His father didn’t pay attention to him it went more towards his brother. Also, he grew up with metal splints in his knees so he could have straight knees. These...
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  • Informative Speech - 850 Words
    What if a speaker had an important topic that they needed to get across to their audience? How would the speaker go about it and what type of speech would the speaker choose. Well chapter 13 contents the creative process for informative speaking. What informative speaking is how to choose a focused informative topic, how to conduct a research and informative outline? The chapter also contains how to organize the body, introduction, and conclusion of the informative speech. Lastly chapter 13...
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  • Informative Speech - 13282 Words
    61 informative Informative Speaking These directions expand upon but do not replace the information in the UIL Constitution and Contest Rules. The contest director should read Sections 1000, 1003, and 1004 of the Constitution, then read these guidelines for additional details. See also the Academic Quick Reference Chart, found in the appendix and on the UIL website. Before the meet Regional Advisory Committee (Region) The League office appoints a committee of speech and debate coaches to...
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  • Speech Communication - 2531 Words
    CHP 1 Of Speech .. SPEAKING IN PUBLIC CHAPTER’S SUMMARY PUBLIC SPEAKING Public speaking has been a vital form of empowerment. It can and often does make a difference in things people care about very much. The key phrase here is “make a difference.” This is what most of us want to do in life –to make a difference, to change the world in some small way. Public speaking offers you an opportunity to make a difference in something you care about very much. “Speech...
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  • Speech to Entertain - 938 Words
    Speech to Entertain: An Overview The primary purpose of a speech to entertain is to have the audience relax, smile and enjoy the occasion. The speech should have a central theme or a focus. A series of jokes will NOT work well for this type of speech. Good speeches to entertain typically mix humor with more serious morals, lessons learned, or experiences. In other words, they have a real point to make… they are not just silly, slapstick humor. You can tell a lighthearted, personal story that...
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  • Speech to Inform - 2278 Words
    Speech to Inform Speech to inform is an important part of a communication. As a public Speaker we serve as interpreters of information and are called on to assemble, package and present information to other human being to turn information into knowledge. Types of informative Speeches a.)Explanation or Lectures A speech of explanation doesn’t just offer a dictionary definition. Rather, explanations define concepts or processes in ways that make them relevant to the listeners....
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  • Intro Speech - 2739 Words
    University of Missouri – St. Louis COM 1040:01/02 – Monday & Wednesday - Introduction to Public Speaking Winter/Spring 2013 Instructor: Ms. Elanora M. Nappier, MS Organizational Communication / Training Program Development, with Minors in Conflict Management and Family Communication, MFA Watercolor with Papermaking Minor, BS Paper Science and Print Technology, BA Graphic Design and Watercolor-Double Major with Papermaking Minor Office Hours: By appointment only or after class E-mail...
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  • mlk speech - 518 Words
     Mlk’S” I HAVE A DREAM SPEECH” ASSIGNMENT Identify the following: THEME Speech Type Main Points Sub Points/Support Evidence Style of Speech/Delivery Language Delivery Martin Luther King’s I have a Dream Speech provides you an opportunity to use “Critical Thinking” in analyzing the dynamics of the speech and what makes for an outstanding speech. MLK’s Dream speech is one of the top 5 speeches in the History of speech making. You may do this assignment...
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  • The Welcome Speech - 505 Words
    The Welcome Speech is must in a formal meeting. It is normally the president who delivers the welcome speech or the welcome address as it is formally known. Some guidelines : 1. Salutation : This is the first formal speech in a meeting. It is the duty of the speechmaker to start building a bridge between the audience and the people on the dais (Incidentally, the stage is called Dais pronounced dayis and not dayas) and so, his salutation will include the names and designations of all the...
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  • Graduation Speech - 304 Words
    On May 31st, you will have survived 180 days of fifth grade. Many of you have spent 1,080 days of your life in elementary school ~ maybe even here at Green. These past years have served as the platform for you future. If you had a chance to share your experiences with an audience of your parents, friends, and teachers…what would you say? Tips: Greet your audience. Talk about major events in your life including (good and/or sad) times you had in school, at home, and with your friends. Talk...
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  • The Speech Communication - 274 Words
     The speech communication, especially oral communication and public speaking are very important and indispensable in our contemporary life. In some situations as you want to talk about the advantages and disadvantages of specific problems, also you want to convince the other not to do something bad influencing to their health or give a speech in special anniversaries, you need know what to do and how to do. Thus, I need to know the basic principles and the way to do a speech in public because I...
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  • Informative Speech - 418 Words
    Outline for Speech #2 Informative Speech Name of Speaker: Someone Topic: Definitions of Words, thoughts or concepts General Purpose: Inform Specific Purpose: At the end of my speech, the audience will be able to understand the meaning of a Chinese idiom and know how to apply it in different situations. Visual Aid: PowerPoint presentation Organizational Pattern: Topical organization Introduction I. Attention getter: I will begin my speech with a question. Is there anyone speaking...
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  • Speech Analysis - 629 Words
    Speech Analysis The speech about homelessness in the United States was a great one, but there were few things that needs to be improved. He needs to avoid speaking too fast, and the camera should be focused on the speaker alone. While giving a speech, it is very important for the speaker to present his points clearly and concisely. However, this speech can be improved if the presenter takes into consideration the speed of his speech. The speech was very good likewise the structure of his...
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  • The Kings Speech - 894 Words
    Observation Paper “The King’s Speech” The main characters in the king’s speech are the King who’s called Bertie in the movie and is played by Colin Firth, the Queen Elizabeth who is played by Helena Bonham Carter and Lionel Logue who is played by Geoffrey Rush. Also through out the movies you see the Kings daughters and many other people who play a role in his life. Mostly it focuses on the king, his wife, and the doctor. The Kings Speech is nothing like a usual wartime movie. Instead it’s...
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  • The Essential Elements of Giving a Speech: a Simulated Speech Scenario
    LOCATION: Equatorial Hotel Melaka, Melaka Room I and II. Dimensions 23.5m2 x 31.0m2. Equipment provided by hotel includes: Kodak Carousel 35mm Slide projector 60" x 60" Screen Cassette Tape Recorder Microphones Multi-system Video players 20" Colour TV Projection TV LCD Projector OCCASION: A business workshop on “Improving Communication”, AUDIENCE: Numbering about 400 people. Mostly young entreprenuers from mid-twenties to late thirties. Gender more biased towards the male...
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  • Speech Critique: Sermon - 850 Words
    Never having been to this church, I was thoroughly impressed with Deacon Bob's sermon. It was obvious he prepared extensively for his performance and it made his message that much more memorable. He explained to us that he was visiting from Trenton, NJ so it was nice to have a different perspective, a fresh take on things. Although you go to church knowing you will be preached to about Jesus and God, it isn't just that. There are life lessons to be learned and they can be applied to everyday...
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  • my experience to study speech
    Everybody learns moral values from different experiences of his/her life. Here is an experience, which was a turning point to my life. My speech was a laughable to listeners when I was in my 9th grade year. Learning how to speak in front of a crowd was a most significant moment in my life because I learned basic skills like speaking, facing an audience, and memorizing sentences. My English teacher paved the way for me to be a better speaker. It all started when she told me to speak some words...
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  • How to Write a Speech - 705 Words
    Good morning class, I am _____, I have never been one to have a problem getting up in front of anyone and giving my opinion, however when it comes to formal speeches I begin to doubt myself, that is why I believe it is so important to have some public speaking experience, like this very class, under all of our belts. For me it is not the nerves, but I know for many of you, it is. First and foremost, you need to know what your topic is and who you will be delivering your speech to. Choosing...
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  • Informative Speech Presentation 4
     INFORMATIVE SPEECH PRESENTATION SPEAKING TIME: 4-7 minutes GENERAL PURPOSE: to inform DESCRIPTION Every day you are exposed to informative presentations; instructors explaining concepts, students making announcements, supervisors providing directions. The informative speech can be found all around. Consider what information you may need to live a healthier, happier, more interesting and productive life. Select a topic for this informative speech based on review of your personal...
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  • Wiglaf and MacArthur Speech Analysis
    Wiglaf and MacArthur’s speeches were both toward soldiers and were both very motivating. However, there are many differences between the two when it comes to the purpose, tone and syntax elements. Wiglaf is furious with these warrior Geats because they have abandoned Beowulf. His intent is to either encourage them to re-join Beowulf and himself in fighting the dragon or to make them feel guilty for their cowardly behavior as warriors. He also exemplifies the importance of being loyal to your...
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  • speech work shop - 1377 Words
    Course Specification ENG 310 Speech Workshop Institution:: King Khalid University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia College/Department: Faculty of languages and translation, Department of English A Course Identification and General Information 1. Course title and code: ENG 310 (Speech Workshop) 2. Credit hours: 2 hours 3. Program(s) in which the course is offered. (If general elective available in many programs indicate this rather than list programs) B.A. in English 4. Name of...
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  • Pet Peeve Speech - 290 Words
    Public Speaking Thursday 6:00pm-9:10pm 12 March 2015 My Pet Peeve – Minor Speech I. Introduction A. So how many of you ever had a door slammed on your face? Or done a favor for someone else and they do not acknowledge what you did for them? They do not say ‘thank you’ or ‘please?’ II. Thesis Statement A. I don’t know about you but it drives me crazy when someone does not have manners. III. Support A. For example, last week as I was leaving my office building my hands were full. I was...
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  • Speech Delay In Toddlers - 356 Words
    Jamie Knight Informative Speech Outline Speech Delay. Topic: Speech delay in Toddlers General Purpose: To Inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience on speech delay in toddlers the causes of speech delay and what we can do to help them. I. INTRODUCTION. A. Ma, Ma I want cup, I want ducie Ma, Ma I want duice say juice duice D’marion you can say it say juice duice baby don’t get frustrated you can do it. [Transition:] Hi my name is Jamie Knight B. THESIS STATEMENT: Many...
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  • DBT 5 Persuasive speech
    peech is the vocalized form of human communication. It is based upon the syntactic combination of lexicals and names that are drawn from very large (usually about 10,000 different words) vocabularies. Each spoken word is created out of the phonetic combination of a limited set of vowel and consonant speech sound units. These vocabularies, the syntax which structures them, and their set of speech sound units differ, creating the existence of many thousands of different types of mutually...
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  • Speech Is Silver but Silence Is Golden
    Speech is Silver, But Silence is Golden. ‘When you have the speech of excellence, The better and better you teach. When you have the power of silence, The higher and higher you reach!’ It is a fact that when we speak, others become silent and when others speak, we become silent. But it’s always upon us that what we choose- ‘speech’ or ‘silence’. When we speak, we are just confirming or showing others what we know, but when we are silent, we are increasing our own...
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  • Famous Speech Critique - 590 Words
    In brainstorming ideas about what speech I could study in detail, I turned my attention to highly influential leaders in history. One of those people is Adolf Hitler. Even the greatest ideological enemies of Hitler can agree that he was an extremely gifted and prolific speaker. In “Triumph of the Will”, one of the most important films of documentation and propaganda which was directed by Leni Riefenstahl and sponsored by Hitler himself, many of Hitler’s speeches are shown. Not only can viewers...
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  • Informative Speech Notes - 338 Words
    NOTES: • Informative Speaking – Effective informative speakers share information in an accessible, understandable, and compelling manner. • Techniques for informing o Definition – breaking down by its parts and explaining how they add up to identify the topic. Types of definitions:  Dictionary – the meaning of a term as it appears in a dictionary  Expert – Comes from a person or an organization that is a credible source of information on your speech’s topic  Etymological –...
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  • Formal Speech Analysis - 415 Words
    Formal Speech Analysis In the past, I have participated in a lot of classes and training dealing with many different topics, but unfortunately, public speaking and/or communications was not one of them. In fact, the last class that I took even relatively close to this one was while I was in the military. In some sense, I guess that this class could be thought of as a good experience, because now I can learn at a college level and be more at ease with getting up in front of a group of people...
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  • Prepare First Speech - 5535 Words
    Preparing Your First Speech Since this is a public speaking class, it means that you will indeed have to present speeches! Since many people become nervous at this prospect, I like to get the first one done early in the semester. It’s like ripping off a band-aid: rip it off fast to feel less pain. Your Introductory Speech is your first baby step into this field. This assignment is meant to be easy. It’s meant to be a way to get you up in front of the group and doing...
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  • Special Occasion Speech - 331 Words
    Ladies and gentlemen: I’m sorry to drag you from your tasty wine and delicious dessert. There just a few things I need to say as a bridesmaid. This is the second time I ever be a bridesmaid, I hope I did the job alright last time and wish I could do better this time, although I know the former couple were still talking about me when they get divorced, but I’m pretty sure that got nothing to do with me or my speech. 18 years ago, there is a girl wearing a dirty white dress sitting in the corner...
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  • Self Analysis Speech - 547 Words
    I have always been terrified of giving speeches, the night before a speech I usually can not sleep just thinking about standing in front of a large audience. After reading these tips, I will incorporate tip # 3 into my next speech. By using tip #3, I’ll feel more comfortable speaking to three people instead of the whole class; and it will also help me remember to look to all parts of the class when speaking. Dear Mrs. Ohs, When sending email to your professors we must remember to be...
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  • Rhetoric and Persuasive Speech - 410 Words
    Sample Speech Pmr Speech To Persuade Members Of Brazilian Congress That The Death Penalty ... Sample Speech to Persuade - Problem/Solution Design - YouTube ► 5:06► 5:06 www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5Q8MVTZHhM Mar 9, 2012 - Uploaded by frichrdsn Notice how Kyle uses the Problem/Solution Design. (1) He makes a problem statement. (2) He provides support ... [PDF] Example of a Persuasive Speech General Purpose: to persuade ... cf.linnbenton.edu/artcom/performing.../ExamplePersuasiveSpeech.pdf‎...
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  • Journal Article for Speech Class
    Journal Article Your vocal presentation is very important when delivering a speech. Vocal delivery includes rate, volume, and pitch. Vocal delivery helps us engage and interest the audience and it ensures that our ideas are communicated clearly. Rate of speaking is how fast or slow you speak. The rate of speaking should be in middle as speaking too fast the audience will not absorb all information and speaking too slow will lose audience attention. To control rate of speaking one should...
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  • Speech and New York Times
    ------------------------------------------------- Borough of Manhattan Community College ------------------------------------------------- City University of New York Department of Speech, Communications and Theatre Arts Fundamentals of Speech: SPE100 (3credit) Prof. Mila Brisbon Scheduled Days Monday/ Wednesday/ Friday SPE 100-071 room S608 SPE 100-083 room S608/N680 SPE 100-091 room S608/N680 SPE 100-111 room N487/N680/S608 SPE 100-122 room S608...
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  • Informative Speech Guidelines 1
    SPCH 250: Speech Fundamentals Speech 2: Informative Speech Due Date: 9/30/14, 10/2/14 Purposes of Informative Speaking Informative speaking offers you an opportunity to practice your research, writing, organizing, and speaking skills. You will learn how to discover and present information clearly. If you take the time to thoroughly research and understand your topic, to create a clearly organized speech, and to practice an enthusiastic, dynamic style of delivery, you can be an effective...
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  • Reflection on Speech Class - 957 Words
    As I considered choosing speech towards the end of my first college experience, I decided, “why not take a jump, and just go for it?” So I did. With taking college algebra, art appreciation, and an online course as well I feared that adding a speech class would become over whelming, however it did not. I believe while making my decision to take a fifteen week course of speech through Holly in Daytona Beach was an important decision my success in the class. Instead of having a speech a week, (for...
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  • How to Give Speech - 3296 Words
    How to Give Your First Speech Carl R. Burgchardt** Introduction Fortunately, giving your first speech sounds a lot harder than it is . . . The purpose of this pamphlet is to provide the information you need to do a good job on this assignment: how to select a topic, how to focus your speech, how to make your speech more interesting, how to organize your speech, how to prepare and practice your speech, how to behave during the presentation, and how to cope with stage fright. How do I select a...
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  • Jfk Speech Analysis - 254 Words
    In watching my speech performance from last Wednesday, I believe I saw improvement in many areas. My eye contact with the audience was much better than before, my speech sounded more extemporaneous, and I seemed more enthusiastic about the subject. While many things did seem to go better this time, I believe I could tweak a couple of things to make a more straightforward, compelling speech. I believe I did a good job of connecting my subject matter with the audience (in the introduction...
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  • Demonstrative Speech on Giving Cpr
    Tara Gray Effective Speaking 121 Mrs. Graham Effective Speaking Critique Discussions a) A demographic analysis of this audience would include age, gender, education, group memberships, as well as cultural and ethnic backgrounds (German, Gronberg, Ehninger, & Monroe, 2002) This audience was a large group of Stanford University students on there graduation day. The students consisted of primarily younger adults to middle-aged males and females. Their education level had just reached...
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  • Tips On Speech Writing - 578 Words
    Tips on Speech Writing Writing a speech does not need to be a terribly exhausting task: With tips at hand, you will find that this task is simple. You want to write a speech in a way that makes you an effective, clear, and composed speaker in front of other people. Before beginning, gather together information about your audience, and tailor your speech to the needs of your audience. Read on for more tips that can help you capture your audience’s attention. Key Speech Writing Tips Use easy to...
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  • Speech for Special Occasions - 308 Words
    Chapter 18: Speaking on special occasions Speeches of Introduction Definition: A speech that introduces the main speaker to the audience. 3 purposes in introduction: * Build enthusiasm for the upcoming speaker * Build enthusiasm for the speaker’s topic * Establish a welcoming climate that will boost the speaker’s credibility Something about speaker -> Topic 1. Be brief (max. 2-3 mins) 2. Make sure remarks are accurate (get facts, names etc. right) 3. Adapt remarks to...
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  • Rhetoric and Persuasive Speech - 691 Words
    Dat Nguyen COM 111-550 06/14/13 CHAPTER 16 REVIEW QUESTIONS 1. What is the difference between an informative speech and a persuasive speech? Why is speaking to persuade more challenging than speaking to inform? Informative speech is designed to convey knowledge of and understanding and persuasive speech is to either reinforce or changing people’s beliefs or actions. Persuasive speech is more challenging than informative because there are different points of view on the topic your...
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  • Tactics for a good speech - 446 Words
    Public speaking can be easily improved with three simple tricks. These tricks include making eye contact with the audience and using hand gestures, starting the speech with a question or a fact, and finally if you make a mistake do not apologize to the audience. Eye contact with the audience and using hand gestures. Making eye contact with the audience and using hand gestures can help you engage with your audience and make a firm connection with them. Making a connection is important because...
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  • Bo Jackson Speech - 510 Words
    Bo Jackson speech on “get outside of the box, Makes things happen, be your own person.” The context Bo uses is he talks about his struggle growing up and how he got out of his comfort zone and overcame this problem. Bo also uses the method Extemporaneous to give his speech, he has a brief outline and he has taken time to go over his speech. While analyzing this speech my purpose is to watch Bo and his physical and vocalization in his speech. While giving Bo’s speech in the beginning he had...
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  • Using Body Language in a Speech
    * Introduce Yourself (Name, Job – IC and Motivational Speaker – Student) * Introduce Better Speaker Series (10 Speeches for Enhancing our Speaking Skills) * My TM & Public Speaking Background (Member since 2009 – Public speeches in four countries since 1995 including Iran, United Arab Emirates, Canada (Toronto, Chatham, Vancouver), and the United Kingdom) * The importance of body language: * Repetition: they can repeat the message the person is making verbally. *...
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  • simplify tour speech - 365 Words
    Simplify the science speech These short speeches (60-120 seconds) are sometimes called “elevator speeches” (the speech is short enough to deliver during an elevator ride) or “quick pitches” (when focused on a product). It is useful to be able to summarize science information for those impromptu meetings with other professionals, potential clients, family members and friends. Your will deliver a short speech about biotechnology targeting a general audience. The topic is an aspect of your...
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  • Evaluation of Tiger Woods Speech.
    For my speech evaluation I decided to choose Tiger Wood's apology speech. While there were many monumental speeches to choose from, this one in particular stood out to me because of the substantial amount of public controversy over his complete sincerity. Many felt his words were a heartfelt effort to acknowledge wrongs and set them right, while others didn't believe a word of it. In means of forming my own opinion, I watched his speech several times dissecting everything from his tone of voice,...
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  • Audience and Commemorative Speech - 353 Words
     A commemorative speech are speeches of praise or celebration. The speaker aims of this speech is to pay tribute to a person, a group of people, an institution, or an idea. Each speech that you will give has a purpose. In a commemorative speech the main purpose is inspire your audience. The speaker is trying to arouse and heighten the audiences appreciation of or admiration for the person, institution, or idea you are praising. When giving a commemorative speech it is important for the speaker...
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  • Delivering a Persuasive Speech - 1503 Words
    Delivering a Persuasive Speech Douglas A. Parker August 13, 2001 | Amazon Products | |Subject(s): Language Arts/Reading and Public Speaking |Links of Note | |[pic] | |Overview: Students need to understand that how they say something and how they physically present |Persuasive Essay Topics form| | | |themselves are just as important as what they say. By...
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  • Analysis of Obama's President Speech
    An analysis of Obama’s president speech. This essay will scrutinize the articulation of Barack Obama’s speech and will study his use of verbal and non-verbal communication. It will examine whether or not he has used the appropriate tone, language and the correct techniques for speaking as a president. By the time this essay comes to an end one should be able to recognize how befitting his speech was for his audience and the formal nature of it. Obama spoke in a formal manner which...
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  • Speaking: Speech and Informative Speeches
    Speaking to Inform I. Speaking to inform is one of the most important skills a student can develop. A. Informative speaking is vital to success in business. 1. In one survey, informative speaking was ranked as the most important speech skill in the workplace. 2. In another survey, 62% of the respondents said they used informative speaking “almost constantly.” B. Nor are people in business the only ones who rely on informative speaking. 1. There are endless situations in which...
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