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Types of Speeches Flashcards

Types of Speeches Flashcards
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Introducing a Speaker to an Audience
To do this, you have to clearly and correctly pronounce the speaker's name, and accurately describe their credentials and/or education.
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Arguing an Assertion of Policy
You can present a speech that persuades by including information that explains how a policy will provide a resolution for a matter that may be difficult to fix.
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Arguing an Assertion of Value
You can present a speech that persuades by including information that explains why something will be beneficial to others and what the benefits will be.
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Informative Speeches
To create an informative speech, you can include data and examples from research that will appeal to the audience members based on their background and interests.
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Creating a Speech for a Diverse Audience
To create a speech that will be interesting for people from different backgrounds, you can add information that will explain the context of the material using comparisons to life experiences.
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Creating a Memorable Speech
To create a memorable speech, only include small amounts of data (like statistics and facts) from verified sources to support the points you make.
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How to Avoid Jargon
To prepare a speech without jargon, avoid using language that can only be understood by people who are trained in a field or industry.
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Flashcard Content Overview

This flashcard set covers topics from what to do when you have to present a speech about a specific profession, to how you can write a speech for a special occasion like a funeral or a celebration. Learn about incorporating examples of how the information presented in your speech can help others to reach solutions for problems they have encountered. And find out more about simplifying terms and concepts that are difficult for many people to understand so that you can inform and engage a diverse audience.

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How to Avoid Jargon
To prepare a speech without jargon, avoid using language that can only be understood by people who are trained in a field or industry.
Creating a Memorable Speech
To create a memorable speech, only include small amounts of data (like statistics and facts) from verified sources to support the points you make.
Creating a Speech for a Diverse Audience
To create a speech that will be interesting for people from different backgrounds, you can add information that will explain the context of the material using comparisons to life experiences.
Informative Speeches
To create an informative speech, you can include data and examples from research that will appeal to the audience members based on their background and interests.
Arguing an Assertion of Value
You can present a speech that persuades by including information that explains why something will be beneficial to others and what the benefits will be.
Arguing an Assertion of Policy
You can present a speech that persuades by including information that explains how a policy will provide a resolution for a matter that may be difficult to fix.
Introducing a Speaker to an Audience
To do this, you have to clearly and correctly pronounce the speaker's name, and accurately describe their credentials and/or education.
Special Occasion Speeches
This type of speech is given at a special occasion like a wedding or award ceremony; the speaker talks briefly to mention the reason for the gathering and the importance of the people or cause.
Eulogy
This is the type of speech presented at a funeral to speak about the person who has just passed away.
Introductory Speeches
This speech is given at the start of an event to tell the audience about a guest speaker. It has to be short and in simple language, and it should mention the guest speaker's accomplishments.
Standard Rules for Special Occasion Speeches
They should be short speeches, the statements should be made as though you are talking to the audience rather than reciting, and the tone should be informal.
Arguing an Assertion of Fact
For this type of argument, the speaker uses verified information from statistical research, expert testimony, diagrams and images to support the main points they make in their speech.
Toast Speech
This speech is presented at a celebration like a wedding reception, and the speaker talks for a very short time to say something good about the people celebrating a special event.
Tribute Speech
Also known as a commemorative speech, this type is presented when someone is being honored for service or accomplishments. Retirement parties or reunions are examples of tribute speech events.

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