The Entertaining Speaker
Entertaining speakers are always in demand. Projects address preparing and delivering an entertaining speech, finding good stories and anecdotes to include in speeches, using humor, incorporating drama into presentations and presenting an after-dinner speech.
A1: The Entertaining Speech (5-7’)
A2: Resources for Entertainment (5-7’)
A3: Make Them Laugh (5-7’)
A4: A Dramatic Talk (5-7’)
A5: Speaking After Dinner (8-10’)
Speaking To Inform
Informational speeches are one of the most common types, so most likely you will be asked to present one sometime. This manual contains information about organizing an informational speech, tailoring your speech to the audience, conducting a demonstration, presenting a report and delivering a speech about an abstract subject.
A1: The Speech to Inform (5-7’)
A2: Resources for Informing (5-7’)
A3: The Demonstration Talk (5-7’)
A4: A Fact-Finding Report (5-7’)
A5: The Abstract Concept (6-8’)