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1. Types of Speech acc. to Purpose

1.1. Informative

1.1.1. Types of Informative Speech (Schreiber) Definition Descriptive Explanatory Demonstration

1.1.2. Types of Informative Speech (Lucas) Concepts Events Process Objects

1.1.3. Writing an Informative Speech Chronological Sequential Spatial Cause and Effect Topical/Logical

1.1.4. Guidelines for Informative Speaking Don't overestimate what the audience knows Relate the subject directly to the audience Don't be too technical Personalize your ideas

1.2. Persuasive

1.2.1. Convincing the Audience Ethos Logos Pathos

1.2.2. Organizing Persuasive Speech Reasons Problem-Solution

1.2.3. Guidelines for Persuasive Writing Conduct extensive research Analyze the audience Develop sound arguments and coherent organization Construct a sophisticated introduction to generate curiosity and establish rapport Develop a forceful conclusion

1.3. Entertainment

1.3.1. Guidelines for Entertainment Speech Test your delivery Make use of verbal and non verbal language Avoid overused routines

2. Types of Speech acc. to Delivery

2.1. Extemporaneous

2.2. Impromptu

2.3. Manuscript

2.4. Memorized

3. Delivering a Speech

3.1. Ethical Standards in Public Speaking

3.1.1. Be honest

3.1.2. Advocate ideas that benefit others

3.1.3. Evaluate your motives for speaking

3.1.4. Develop a speaking code of ethics

3.2. Principles of Speech Delivery

3.2.1. Articulation

3.2.2. Modulation

3.2.3. Stage presence

3.2.4. Facial Expression

3.2.5. Gestures

3.2.6. Rapport with the audience

4. Writing a Speech

4.1. Know the purpose or reason for speaking

4.2. Analyze the audience

4.3. Collect and organize your information

4.4. Choose your visual aids

4.5. Prepare your notes

4.6. Practice your delivery

4.7. Choose appropriate clothes

5. Structure of Speech

5.1. Introduction

5.1.1. Strategies in Developing Narrative Shocking statement or situation Statistics Questions Quotation Humor

5.2. Body

5.2.1. Points Supporting details

5.3. Conclusion

5.3.1. Strategies in Developing Summary Quotation Reference to the introduction