Speaking in Public Agricultural Communication and Leadership.

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Types of Speeches Demonstrative Demonstrative a demonstration of how to do something Narrative Narrative read a story Persuasive/Inspirational Persuasive/Inspirational Persuade the listener to do something

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Speaking in Public Agricultural Communication and Leadership Americas Top 10 Fears Copyright 2009 Globe Newspaper Company. 10. Water (swimming/Drowning) 9. Storms 8. Public transportation (airplane/train/bus crashes) 7. Crowds 6. Tunnels and bridges 5. Spiders 4. Heights 3. Confined spaces 2. Snakes 1. Public speaking Types of Speeches Demonstrative Demonstrative a demonstration of how to do something Narrative Narrative read a story Persuasive/Inspirational Persuasive/Inspirational Persuade the listener to do something Types of Speeches Informative/Instructional Informative/Instructional Information to the listener Entertain/Impress Entertain/Impress Guest speech at a banquet/convention/event Formats of Speeches Prepared Prepared plenty of time to write and practice the speech Extemporaneous Extemporaneous Speeches prepared in a short time with little/no time for practice Impromptu Impromptu No time to prepare or practice Parts of the Speech Introduction Introduction Develop an interest Gain attention Personal story Statistic, joke, quote, incident, etc. Make your thesis statement Part of the Speech Body Body Make your case Past-present-future Conclusion Conclusion Tie it all together Refer to something in the introduction Close by repeating the thesis statement Parts of the Speech Process Process Tell them what youre going to tell them Tell them Tell them what youve told them An Effective Presentation Dont read the speech Dont read the speech Teleprompter? Practice _____ times Know your room Know your room Wheres the podium? Microphone, crowd, indoor/outdoor When in doubt, use a personal story When in doubt, use a personal story An Effective Presentation Dont apologize Dont apologize DONT Im not really very good at this Take every opportunity to speak Take every opportunity to speak Nerves are always thereexperience helps control them An Effective Presentation Rehearsing Rehearsing Read the speech to yourself as you learn it Memorize Practice by yourself Practice in front of a friend Visualize Final Delivery Rules of Thumb Eye Contact Great speeches address wants and needs Great speeches address wants and needs Great speakers address the audience Great speakers address the audience DO NOT read your speech Look em in the eyes Look em in the eyes Or on the forehead Rules of Thumb Hand & Body Movements Effective hand & arm movements! Effective hand & arm movements! Avoid: Avoid: Dancing, Wobbling, Aimless walking Use your feet to your advantage Lean into the audience for effect Lean into the audience for effect Rules of Thumb Voice Sometimes a whisper is louder than a holler Sometimes a whisper is louder than a holler Be careful volume makes us screech Be careful volume makes us screech Who loves a monotone? Who loves a monotone? News Casters & Mutterers News Casters & Mutterers Rules of Thumb Pace We ALL speak too fast in public We ALL speak too fast in public Force yourself to slow down Force yourself to slow down Try singing the words Try enunciating the last consonant in each word FFA Public Speaking FFA Creed Speaking Speaking for Greenhand FFA members The speech is already written Speakers are judged on presentation and questions FFA Prepared Public Speaking 6-8 minute speech on an agricultural subject FFA Public Speaking FFA Extemporaneous Public Speaking Speakers draw a topic Agriscience & Technology Agrimarketing & International Agricultural Relations Food & Fiber Systems Urban Agriculture 30 minutes to prepare a 4-6 minute speech 5 minutes of questions Speakers may use a watch Reference materials: 5 items of printed material Notebooks/folders may contain no more than 100 pages Preparing APA Manuscripts for FFA Events The FFA Prepared Public Speaking CDE Manuscript Double-spaced typewritten copies on 8 x 11 white paper Double-spaced typewritten copies on 8 x 11 white paper The manuscript must contain 1 margins with a staple in the upper left corner The manuscript must contain 1 margins with a staple in the upper left corner A cover page that gives Speech Title Participants Name State Date A cover page that gives Speech Title Participants Name State Date (Note the Running head) (Note the Running head) Preparing APA Manuscripts for FFA Events The FFA Prepared Public Speaking CDE Manuscript A bibliography MUST be included as part of the public speakers manuscript and direct quotes from any source of information must be marked in quotes on the manuscript and be identified in the bibliography. Failure to do so will automatically disqualify a participant. Preparing APA Manuscripts for FFA Events The Bibliography Not a Reference or Works Cited Page Not a Reference or Works Cited Page Follow APA Style Follow APA Style

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