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Principal
Divisions
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Speech
I.Writing the Introductions

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II. Writing the Body ofOF
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the Speech
III. Writing the Conclusion
of the Speech
I. Introduction
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-is the most crucial
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I. Introduction

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THEgoal is to get
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attention of
the audience
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THE introductions
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A. Humorous
Story related
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SPEECH WRITING
to the Speech
Topic
-telling an anecdote
that SPEECH
is related to
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the
speech’s topic
B. Quotation
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SPEECH WRITING
A speaker should
memorize some
quotations to strengthen
his ideas, boost his
credibility, demonstrate
ample presentations
add variety to logical
-
argument, provide
purposeful pause and
sometimes add
humor to the speech
C. Challenging or
thought provoking
questions
A speaker should
make sure that the
question is
challenging,
The mood of the
speech is set forth,
the audience is
geared up
Example:
Do you really believe
that the best things
in life are free?
D. Rhetorical
Questions
Rhetorical Questions
are not meant to be
answered verbally.
These are questions
that need to be acted
upon.
It engages the
audience to listen
keenly, think
critically and
participate actively.
They may be utilized
to make a point, pose
a challenge, or call
attention.
Example: (from the Merchant of Venice)

“ I am Jew. Hath not a


Jew eyes? Hath not a
Jew hands, organs,
dimensions, senses,
affections, passions?...
Example: (from the Merchant of Venice)

“If you prick us, do we


not bleed? If you tickle
us, do we not laugh?
E. A Story of Human
Interest or Source
of Inspiration
Beginning a speech with
a story is not a bad idea
especially if the story
portrays information,
excites attention,
arouses curiosity and
provides inspiration
He bought a small farm at the
age of 14 with savings from
delivering newspapers.
F. Fact, survey,
result or
statistics
related to the
topic
Giving facts and
statistics strengthen
assertions, clarify
points and boost
information retention.
The Philippines is the
world’s second biggest
geothermal producer
after the United States
with 18 % of the
country’s electricity
needs being met by
geothermal power.
G. Giving the
subject matter of
the speech right
away
The speaker may
reveal his or her topic,
scope, overview or
thesis statement of the
speech outright
To tell the audience
that he/she has
something substantial
and useful things to say
and so they need to
listen
“To be informed does
not necessarily means
to be wise… Ladies and
gentlemen, tonight, I’ll
talk the two kinds of
people in this world..
The Wise and the
Otherwise…
H. Contrast to the
Thesis
The speaker gives an
introduction of the
speech that later will
be contradicted or
opposed by thesis
statement.
II. WRITING THE
BODY OF THE
SPEECH
Some Points in
Organizing the
Body of the Speech
1.Recalling the General
and Specific Purpose of
the Speech
The general purpose of
the speech is to inform,
persuade, and entertain
2. Presenting the Main
Points of the Speech
The speaker has to lay
down his/her main points
and narrow them down
into consumer’s bite for
better processing
Purpose: To persuade the
Filipino voters to choose a
Presidential candidate
with excellent paper
qualification,
Untainted reputation,
and unwavering desire to
serve the country without
expecting something in
return
List of points:
• Enumerate presidential
candidate
• Determine their goals
and objectives
3. Choosing the Most
Appropriate Organizing
Pattern
Common Organizing Pattern
1. Topical or Categorical
2. Comparison and Contrast

3. Chronological Pattern
Common Organizing Pattern
4. Biographical Technique
5. Problem-Cause- Solution
6. Psychological Speech
Pattern
1. Topical or Categorical
To inform the students about
causes and effects of pollution
I.Air Pollution
II. Water Pollution
III. Land Pollution
2. Comparison and Contrast
Men Women
Life Expectancy
Nurturing Strength
Character Traits
3. Chronological Pattern
The first three kings of Israel
and how God worked in ther
lives
I. King Saul, His Life,
Accomplishment, Failures
and His Relationship with
God
II. King David, his life,
accomplishments, Failures
and his relationship with God
III. King Solomon, his life,
accomplishments, failures,
his relationship with God
4. Biographical Technique
The Life of Dr. Billy Graham
I.His Life, Aspirations,
Failures. Triumph
II. His Ministry
III. His Legacy
5. Problem-Cause-Solution
Call for Implementation of
Death Penalty
I.Status of peace and order
II.Cause of the Problem
III. Implementation
6. Psychological Speech
Pattern
On the value of savings and
investments
I. Concept of saving and
investments
II. List of people who succeed
in life because of valuing
savings and investments
III. Persuading young people
to secure their future by
savings and investment
III. WRITING THE
CONCLUSION OF THE
SPEECH
1. Grand Climax
..Is life so dear, or peace so
sweet, as to be purchased at
the price of chains and
Forbid it, Almighty God! I
know not what course others
may take; but as for me, give
me liberty or give me death!”
“We, His followers, have our
lifetime to be a blessing to others,
do good to others and to influence
others
2. A challenge
“to follow the examples of Jesus
Christ. Let us seize every opportunity
to be God’s instrument in fulfilling
the Great Commission.”
3. A Call Back
Remember the story of
Muhammad Ali?
“The plane was about to take
off. When the stewardess
noticed that Muhammad Ali’s
--the former rushed to the man and
reminded him to fasten his seat belt.
The man replied, “superman don’t
need seat belt’, to which the
stewardess replied,
“Well, superman don’t need to
airplane either.”
4. A quotation
“Being challenged in life is
inevitable, being defeated is
optional.” Roger Crawford
5.An Appeal for action
“Together we can anticipate a much
better future. For our children, For
our children, for our environment, for
our world.”
6. Words of Inspiration
But as it is written, eye hath not
seen, nor ear heared, neither have
entered into the heart of man, the
things that God hath prepared for
them..
7. Challenging Questions
“But at the end of the day. Literature
leaves a missing link, an empty chair
and a blank page perhaps,.. Would
you come and take part in this
endeavor?
8. Advice
..but even more than that , a stronger
determination; everyone is possible
to help organize people around the
world that try to respond to prevent
more tragedies..
Group Output:
Analyze the speech through
The techniques used in formulating
the ff:
I.Introduction
II.Body
Individual Output:
Write your own speech applying the
guidelines. Choose from the following
topics:
Education, Poverty, Filipino
Traditions, Death Penalty
Individual Output:
Responsible Citizen
Accepting Individual Differences
Nationalism
Environmental Problems

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