Do and Don'Ts in Public Speaking

Topics: Attention, Public speaking, Oratory, Rhetoric / Pages: 12 (2926 words) / Published: Feb 19th, 2011
TITLE : THE DO’S AND DON’TS OF PRESENTING A SPEECH IN PUBLIC.

1.0 PRESENTATION PROFILE:

1.1 THE AUDIENCE The audiences of my speech included a group of teachers in a school. This group of audience stands by a people who came from a different background of knowledge. The aged are between 25 to 50 years old which included 80 male and female teachers among them. As I’ve been told before they have less experience of presenting a speech in public. They also have different qualification and experiences. So, I need to explain details on my point to make them easily understand on what I am trying to tell them. Others, I will use a simple word and some example regarding my own experience.

1.2 THE OCCASION As we have been discuss before, the occasion will held in house-training program of the school. The purpose of the occasion is to give some information about the right technique to doing speech in public. I will explain further on action of the do’s and don’ts of presenting a speech in public. A little research must be done to get a better point to speak to the audience. It is also to get information and gain knowledge to others teachers in their profession.

1.3 THE LOCATION Location is one of the most important things to master. We must make sure which location the speech will take place so that we could be prepared. We conclude that the occasion will be held on 25 of October 2009 at Saujana Conference Room, Seri Malaysia Hotel, in Sungai Petani, Kedah Darul Aman. This actually could reduce panic moments. This could make the speaker speak to the audience better.

2.0 STRUCTURE OF SPEECH PREPARATION

2.1 DETERMINING THE PURPOSE AND TOPIC OF SPEECH. The purpose of my speech is to guide the teachers about the do’s and don’ts in the presenting in public speaking. It also used to identify the strength and weaknesses (share information) of speech in public speaking with the audience. Therefore, this could help the presenter to be more confidence

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