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Step by step guide to prepare a speech


mary123 3 / 10  
Feb 26, 2010   #1
please why you delete my post
can some one help me with this please??
is my conclusion at the end relate to the essay or no?
any suggestions...

Recently I learned that I was going to have to prepare and give a speech. Have you ever found that you needed to give a speech? And did you feel a little nervous about it? Have you ever wondered how to give a powerful speech that would immediately capture your audience interest? The speech should be catchy, perhaps amusing, but always thought-provoking. No matter what style you use, it must grab the interest of the audience. For this reason, you should proceed through the following steps: The speech preparation, practice your speech, and make the presentation. Following is a step by step guide to help you prepare a speech.

The speech preparation includes first, selecting a topic. your topic leads to your core message, and the entire presentation aims to deliver this core message to your audience. Second, determine the specific purpose of the speech. Write your thesis statement; then create you speech outline. your speech needs structure. without a structure, your audience will eiather wonder what your core message is, or they will lose interest in your speech entirely. Third, select your audio and visual aids. These contain overhead transparencies, flip charts, video tapes, and computer multimedia.

You have written your speech, now you must practice in order to ensure its smooth delivery. In practice you can locate and fix any awkward phrases, and you can accurately estimate the timing of your speech, making sure that it fits within the time limit you've been given. Do not sit at your desk or your computer screen and read your speech. Face your imaginary audience and talk to them. When you are standing n front of a group, with several Set of eyes focused on you, it's the time to wear nice clothing. It should be clean and well fitting. Don't choose an outfit based on what looks good, but rather on what makes you good.

Now your are ready to stand up , deliver your speech, and do the presentation. Make eye contact with members of your audience. Speak slowly and breath slowly. Try to move your body and your eyes around the class. Do not leave the podium immediately. After you finish giving your speech, ask your audience if they have questions, and try to answer them. When you finish, walk back to your seat with a smile.

The reason for creating this outline are many. an outline make your speech easier. There are many reasons for making an outline. One reason is that it will make your speech easier.That can cause your speech to be motivational and presuave. Is that not one of your speech goals?

 

EF_Kevin 8 / 13,321 129  
Feb 28, 2010   #2
The speech should be catchy, perhaps amusing, but always thought-provoking.

This is a very well-constructed sentence!

This is a run-on sentence:
You have written your speech, now you must practice in order to ensure its smooth delivery.

You can fix it like this:
After you have written your speech, now you must practice in order to ensure its smooth delivery.

There is no need for the capital S in this sentence (in Sets):
When you are standing n front of a group, with several Set sets of eyes focused on you, it's the a good time to wear nice clothing.

This is very nicely written!
But you are right about the last paragraph. It is only about the outline, but it should be about the main idea of the whole essay.

Write a conclusion paragraph that answers those questions you ask in the introduction. I think that would make a great conclusion paragraph.

:-)
comet2000 10 / 48  
Feb 28, 2010   #3
I don't think that the last paragraph goes well with the rest of your essay. It feels like it was just put in there. The last paragraph should summarize your entire essay or answer those questions that you have in the first paragraph.
OP mary123 3 / 10  
Feb 28, 2010   #4
Thanks for everyone
i really appreciate it
but i am sorry,,,,
can you show me how
EF_Kevin 8 / 13,321 129  
Mar 1, 2010   #5
What? I'm not sure what you mean! You are doing well already, so you should feel confident. Are you asking how the last paragraph can summarize the essay, as commet200 said? The last paragraph should talk about the main idea of the essay again, and just give some discussion about what it means or what its implications are. When you posted the essay, you alreay knew that the last para was not quite right, so you understand already. Look at some last paragraphs of some other essays to get ideas.

Just as an example, you can look at the little conclusion paragraph in this essay:essayforum.com/writing-3/control-mass-media-influence-people-ideas-15430/
OP mary123 3 / 10  
Mar 16, 2010   #6
thanks mr kevin


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