Are you ready to research and organize your speech? Good, because that’s the last project in Level 1.
Pathways provides you with a couple of PDFs to help you organize your material and your speech. They outline 7 different types of speeches. They explain that speeches have 3 distinct parts – the introduction, the body, and the conclusion.
How important is speech organization?
Making sure that your material is presented in a logical format is the difference between communication – and chaos. That’s how important it is.
Just throwing all your information at your audience is not informative nor persuasive. Your task as a speaker requires you to be proactive – to present your data and conclusions in a format that a listener can follow. Your call to action will be obvious and motivating only if you organize your material first.
Pick your topic
Picking your topic for this speech is less comfortable than the previous speeches, when I recommended that you pick a topic you know and like. Continue reading “Level 1: Research and Organize Your Speech”