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1

most speeches can be classified as belong to one of three types;

1. prepared
2. spontaneous
3. extemporaneous

2

prepared speeches

are thoroughly organized and written out

can be read off a page or telepromoter

3

spontaneous speeched

are "off the cuff"

the speaker will now the vague terms where to go, but the content is often made up on the sport

4

extemporaneous speeches

are organized, but they allow the speaker to play with the material creatively and to adapt to the moment.

5

trigger sheets

sheets that can be us in an extemporaneous speech
guiding ideas, in minimal words or images that allow the speaker to talk freely.

6

verbal signposing

a term used for those cues that allow an audience to know where the speaker is in the speech, it is vitally important for a potentially bored audience, in ways parallel to the cures given in a written essay that let the reader appreciate the development of the discussion.

7

PREVIEWING

consists of setting out clearly what is going to be talked about
good preview is like a theses.

8

changes in direction

transitional positional words and phrases let the audience know clearly where logic is in play.

state what you have finished and what you are starting.

9

summarizing

bring the audience through a recap of all the key points that have been discussed.