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We are learning to: talk clearly about experiences, events, ideas and organising material effectively Link to the Learning Outcomes
Types of speeches: Informative Persuasive Humorous
How about this……
Questions What type of speech was this? What made this a good speech? What do you think we should include to make a good speech?
I will know I have made a good speech when: The audience enjoyed my speech - capture and hold an audience I have shared information effectively People think about what I have said. I used my voice effectively (Pace, expression and volume) I have made and used my cue cards effectively I have used speech techniques (Structure, timing, content and presentation)
Preparing a speech
1. Choosing a Topic Is it interesting? Will your audience find it interesting? Do you know something about it or will you be able to find enough information and ideas about the topic? A topic that is personal to you is often the best idea so that you feel relaxed and confident about what you are saying.
2. Brainstorming and Planning Write down everything you can think of about your topic key words and phrases information thoughts and feelings ways to present your content
3. Writing your Speech Sort your ideas from your brainstorming and planning - order them Work out your beginning, middle and end
Beginning - get the audience's attention eg) a rhetorical question, a riddle, a sudden movement or word. Expression!! Middle - your information, give examples, tell a `story', make the audience believe in what you are saying and try to involve them. End - sum up with a conclusion that will leave the audience thinking. What was the main point of your speech? Examples
4. Length of your Speech it should be at least two minutes long and no longer than three minutes.
5. Cue Cards write your speech on cards
6. Practice practise your speech over and over again until you feel very confident about saying it. Say it in front of your family, friends, pets and the mirror. If you can, tape yourself. How do you sound?
Learning Outcomes: to review, discuss and explain the aspects of a successful speech/speech maker to develop their ability to speak audibly, distinctly, expressively, successful and appropriately to identify and explain successful speech techniques to give an impromptu speech to prepare a 2-3 minute speech and present it to the class to evaluate other speakers to develop and demonstrate the correct conduct for a good audience Go back to show
The Ten Steps of a Good Speech Make the speech 'from the heart‘ Make it real - 'living the moment‘ Make it memorable - listeners remember what you say Make it valuable - give interesting information Make sure you interact with your audience Make it fun - have a 'good time' Make it visual - in the mind's eye Make it passionate - you really care Make is enthusiastic - energetic, keen Make is clear and concise - simple and to the point
Add, zoom, flashback, squeeze and x-tend 1.Teacher reads the text. 2.Class is grouped cooperatively. Groups appoint a leader. 3.Leader begins by re-telling the text (holding the`add' card). 4. Group members participate as they choose, byselecting a card and following the instructions: `Add'- carry on telling the story 'Zoom'- say more about what the last person just said` Squeeze' - summarise what has beenrecalled to date 'Flashback' - go back to something already. re-told and carry on telling the story from there `x-tend'- add a personal comment, reflection, evaluation 5. If no-one picks up the `add' card after an intervention this is the leader's responsibility. INFORMATIVEPERSUASIVEHUMOROUS