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  1. 1. Developing And Organizing a speech Topic Presented By: Shalini Pandey B.Sc. 3rd Year
  2. 2. Reason for Organizing A Speech Delivering of One idea at a time Highlighting the main points limited capacity of human mind Making the speech easy for :-Speaker - Delivery - Audience - Remember
  3. 3. Organizing a speech makes:- • Easier to understand • Easier To remember • More credible speech • More enjoyable
  4. 4. Developing a speech topic Generalize ideas Background information Finding You Speech Topic Write the Topic Statement Structuring Your Speech
  5. 5. Steps in organizing a speech topic 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Select your topic Make an outline Develop the opening Draft the body Conclusion
  6. 6. Step 1, Selection of topic Topic should not be too broad Note all the ideas and topic Select the best one for :i. you ii. audience iii. occasion
  7. 7. knowledge timely Selecting a topic relevant concise
  8. 8. Chronological Pattern Past Present Future Time as a main criteria for sequencing main points and sub points. Effective for demonstration speech.
  9. 9. Spatial Pattern • Best for Describing Physical Structure • Tell Relationship between different parts • Relationship can be from near to far left to right low to high Inside to outside
  10. 10. Ascending or Descending pattern • From most important to least important • From smallest to largest • From largest to smallest Example • Pollution at home Town • Pollution at State • Pollution at Nation • Pollution at World
  11. 11. When Content of Topic is more Important then Relationship between part Represent the arbitrary selection Compare of contrast different proposal or ideas Usually to persuade audience
  12. 12. Step-3, Develop the opening Should eye catchy Starting from a question Starting from quotation Displaying picture or object Avoid Apologetic statement A joke
  13. 13. Step-4, Draft the body Main part of speech Consist of facts and ideas Amount of information should be according to time According to the understanding of audience Select the best 3 or 4 main points Elaborate the main Points with sub points Sub points should include:Statistic Testimony Examples Visuals
  14. 14. Step-5, Conclusion Final opportunity to convey your message Reinforce your ideas Leaving a lasting impression Persuade or motivate your audience Finish Forcefully or Confidently
  15. 15. Principle For Structuring Speech Principle of Division Principle of Co- ordination Principle of Sub ordination
  16. 16. Principle of Division • Different parts of speech must satisfy the whole topic • Different point must cover the most important points Principle of Co- ordination • Different parts must be equal in importance • Different parts must be related to each other Principle of Sub ordination • Subordinate points must be below the main point • Subpoints of the speech must be in co- ordination and parallism
  17. 17. Thanks !!!!

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