Speeches 1.01 Types of Speeches Informative Persuasive Prepared

Speeches 1.01 Types of Speeches Informative Persuasive Prepared

Speeches 1.01 Types of Speeches Informative Persuasive Prepared Extemporaneous

See if you know each of these great speakers throughout the presentation! Informative Gives knowledge Information to the audience

Persuasive Convinces people to do something Believe in something Prepared

Speech is written Speech is learned before hand (often memorized) FFA competition ask josh Tsujimura Extemporaneous

Speech with little or no preparation A FFA competition (individual) Variables to consider when developing a speech Purpose of the speech

Audience Occasion Content Composition Oral delivery Purpose of the speech Why are you giving

the speech? Do you need to persuade or should you inform? Audience Who are you talking to?

Make sure you know your audience- you should have appropriate language for the group! Example- OMG!

Grandma is not going to know this. Occasion What is the event? Content What is the

speech? Composition How is the speech written and organized? Oral delivery: Voice

Pitch Quality of voice Articulation Pronunciation Force Oral delivery: stage presence Appearance Poise

Attitude Confidence Oral delivery: Power of expression Fluency Sincerity Emphasis Convey thoughts

Oral delivery: Response to questions Accurate Ability to react quickly Oral delivery: General effect

Interesting Understandable Convincing Pleasing Holds attention Speakers Here were the peeps. Ronald Reagan

Joseph Stalin Malcolm X Teddy Roosevelt Nelson Mandela Matt Roloff Madelein Albright

Oprah Helen Keller Abe Lincoln Franklin D. Roosevelt Hitler Che Gueverra

Ghandi Martin Luther King, Cesar Chavez Jr. Speakers: Check em out!

http://www.jokeroo.com/videos/funny/4-year-o ld-inspirational-hockey-speech.html http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-16 39572048465135864#docid=902681029791 6989221 (You can watch the whole thing or the first 5 or ten minutes. The whole thing is good!)

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