Speech Preparation

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The process of putting together a speech

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SPCH 275:Public Speaking : 

SPCH 275:Public Speaking Speech Preparation Process

Overview : 

Overview Key Components of a Speech Sample Outline Steps to Speech Preparation Recommendations

Key Components : 

Key Components Thesis Single, declarative sentence that captures the main idea of the entire presentation Ultimately what audience remembers 3 basic parts Introduction (15-20%) Body (70%) Conclusion (10-15%)

Speech Outline Format : 

Speech Outline Format Name: ________ Thesis: ________ Introduction I. Attention-getter II. Thesis III. Overview Body I. 1st Main Point A. Subpoint B. Subpoint II. 2nd Main Point A. Subpoint B. Subpoint III. 3rd Main Point A. Subpoint B. Subpoint Conclusion I. Summary of main points II. Thesis

Steps to Speech Preparation : 

Steps to Speech Preparation Pick a topic. Write a thesis. Research the topic. Develop main points. Develop sub points. Create the introduction. Create the conclusion. Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse!

Steps to Speech Preparation : 

Steps to Speech Preparation Pick a topic. Ask initial questions. Make it interesting for you. Write a thesis. Keep it simple. Write it down. Pick a topic. Write a thesis. Research the topic. Develop main points. Develop sub points. Create the introduction. Create the conclusion. Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse!

Steps to Speech Preparation : 

Steps to Speech Preparation Research the topic. Know the requirements Time window Level of familiarity Develop main points. Main areas of the body Narrow thesis Start to “prove” thesis Pick a topic. Write a thesis. Research the topic. Develop main points. Develop sub points. Create the introduction. Create the conclusion. Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse!

Steps to Speech Preparation : 

Steps to Speech Preparation Develop sub points. Support for mainpoints Elaboration and details Create the introduction. Get audience’s attention. Acknowledge thesis. State qualifications.* Give audience an overview. * = Not always necessary Pick a topic. Write a thesis. Research the topic. Develop main points. Develop sub points. Create the introduction. Create the conclusion. Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse!

Steps to Speech Preparation : 

Steps to Speech Preparation Create the conclusion. Summarize Reinforce thesis again Tell ‘em adage Avoid new information Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse! Often neglected Extemporaneous Pick a topic. Write a thesis. Research the topic. Develop main points. Develop sub points. Create the introduction. Create the conclusion. Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse!

Recommendations : 

Recommendations Golden rule of outlining. Schedule ahead. Extemporaneous delivery.

Summary : 

Summary Key Components of a Speech Sample Outline Steps to Speech Preparation Recommendations

SPCH 275:Public Speaking : 

SPCH 275:Public Speaking Speech Preparation Process