Multiplying the power of your words. (By P. Evans. ) - Coggle Diagram
Multiplying the power of your words. (By P. Evans. )
SELECTING YOUR TOPIC
Sometihing you already know about.
Something interesting for you.
A topic interesting and beneficial to your listeners.
What do I like to read?
What particular topics have interedted me?
What interesting things have I learned from TV?
Whta things do I do for fun?
Narrowing down the topic.
Choose potential speech topics.
Consider situational factors:
Consider audience factors:
Relevant diverse factors
Select your tentative topic.
Determining your exact purpose.
Identifying the objective of the speech.
It is more specific than a purpose.
It may target behavior or thought.
ANALYZING YOUR AUDIENCE
Who are they?
What do they want from you?
What is the size of the audience?
Where is the venue of the presentation?
ORGANIZING YOUR SPEECH
Organizing the introduction of your speech.
Catch the audience's interest.
Establish common ground.
Start with statements or statistics.
Use a story or a brief anecdote.
Use a quotation.
Parts of an introduction
ORGANIZING THE BODY OF YOUR SPEECH
Arrange your material
Create an acronym or a rhyme.
Main points brief
ORGANIZING THE CONCLUSION OF YOUR SPEECH
It has to be relatively brief.
To make effective conclusions:
Make an appeal to your audience.
Visualize the future.
Issue a challenge to your audience.
Include memorable quotations.
Summarize main points and ideas.
Refer to the introduction.
Return the audience to your opening statement.
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF OUTLINING
B) Ways to develop the main point.
General to specific/ easy to difficult.
C) Try to stress details
A) Discover the most important idea
Advantages of outlining
A. It is easier to identify problems
B. It is less difficult to aks for sensible evaluations.
C. There is less temptation to memorize your speech.
D. Flexibility is increased
By Ángeles Quetzalli Sánchez Durán.
PREPARING YOUR VISUAL AIDS EFFECTIVELY
To comunicate better.
To support ideas.
To strenghten the message
To add credibility.
To add color.
To improve audience memory.
METHODS OF DELIVERY
The impromptu speech.
The manuscript speech.
The memorized Speech
The extemporaneous speech
PRACTICING YOUR SPEECH
In order to sound confident and natural.
Always take breaths
Practice alone first
Visit the room where you will speak.
Practice in fron of a small audience.
Practice over and over again.