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Original Oratory. An ISB Whole-School Competition. From MONDAY 11 th March. Each speech should be about 3 minutes long (around 300 words depending on your pace of delivery). Round 1 in class (in black) Round 2: the final (in red). ORIGINAL ORATORY  Rules.

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original oratory

Original Oratory

An ISB Whole-School Competition

from monday 11 th march
From MONDAY 11th March
  • Each speech should be about 3 minutes long (around 300 words depending on your pace of delivery).
  • Round 1 in class (in black)
  • Round 2: the final (in red)
original oratory rules
ORIGINAL ORATORY Rules
  • Original Oratory may be persuasive or informative. Although many orations do deal with a problem and do propose a solution, this is not the only acceptable form of oratory. The oratory may alert the audience to a potential danger, strengthen dedication to an accepted cause, or eulogize a person.
  • The speech must be the original work of the speaker. Not more than 150 words of quoted material may be included. Quotes must be so designated in the manuscript. All sources from which material is quoted must be submitted to the speaker’s teacher.
guidelines
Guidelines

Delivery

The speaker must be familiar with the material. It should not be memorized, but neither should it be read. Students should make periodic eye contact with the text.

Thought and composition should be judged on the basis of their effects as a speech performance, not as a written composition. Evaluation will be weighted 65 for content and 35 for delivery.

Hand movement and vocal characterization should be kept to a minimum, and acting is discouraged.

Timing

Presentations should be between about 3 minutes (300 words).

oratory elements to develop
Oratory elements to develop

pronunciation

intonation

tone

pitch

inflection

pace

pausing

voice control

volume

projection

body language

gestures

eye contact

planning

SOME POSSIBLE TOPICS

-International education or national education?

-The environment

-Democracy

-The internet

-National disasters

-Famous quotes

-Historical events

-Travelling abroad

-Nuclear free world

-Sports

-Cultural celebrations

-Global Issues

-The most useful invention

PLANNING

TOPIC:

THESIS STATEMENT:

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PLANNING

Use clear paragraphs

  • Structure:

Techniques:

Rhetorical questions

Anecdotes.

Emotive language

Personification

Hypotheticals

Rule of Three

Repetition

Hyperbole

Emotional appeals

Personal pronouns

Intro:

(Make sure your thesis statement is in here)

The rest is up to you – just make sure you use one paragraph per idea.

(Thesis/Antithesis/synthesis)

Thesis/Thesis/Thesis)

Thesis/Antithesis/Rebuttal/Thesis)

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